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Sports pitches and courts

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9. Skate parks

Exeter has 4 skate parks which are open all year.

Flowerpot Chill Zone

This skate park is Exeter's largest and is a state-of-the-art concrete surfaced facility that was designed by Exeter skaters, riders and boarders, making it very much a 'park for the people'. 

The skate park consists of a large bowl, a jersey barrier, a flat bank, a coffin bank and a series of varied ledges, rails and transitions.

Heavitree Please Ground

This skate park was constructed in 2007 and is a small, fun local facility consisting of a half pipe, fun box, bank and picnic benches.

Exeter Arena

Large street course with quarter pipes, grind rails, fun box and banks.

Topsham Rec

Small steel skate park with quarter pipe, grind rail, fun box and spine.

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Last updated 25 February 2020