Description

Bridges Urban Sports Park has skateboard, in-line skating, parkour and BMX facilities.

Car parking

There is a car park directly beside Bridges Urban Sports Park which costs £3 per day between 8am and 6.30pm, Monday to Friday. It is free to use after 6.30pm and at weekends.

PARK RULES:

To have fun safely, please observe the following rules:

  • The park is for parkour, skateboarding, in-line skating and BMXing. No other vehicles, including motorised scooters, are permitted.
  • If you're under 11 years old, you must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Don't take food or drinks onto the ramps or bowl.
  • Wear appropriate safety equipment at all time (a minimum of a helmet).
  • Be courteous towards less-experienced park users.
  • When concrete surfaces are wet, don't ride or skate.
  • Don't stand at the coping of the bowl or at the bottom of any ramps.
  • Don't use the park when under the influence of alcohol or any substances that could affect your co-ordination.
  • If you fall and aren't injured, get up and move to the side as quickly as possible.
  • Make sure your equipment is well maintained – any failures could harm others around you.
  • All users of the park are equal, regardless of age, ability or your chosen sport.
  • Be aware of others around you and wait your turn.
  • Be cautious when crossing the ramp areas to avoid collisions.
  • Spectators should watch from the designated areas.
  • Belfast City Council does not accept liability for injury or damage incurred when using the park and users of the facility do so at their own risk.
  • If you don't observe these rules, you will be asked to leave the park.
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  • Little Patrick Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT1 3

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Northern Ireland's first urban sports park
  • Skateboarding, in-line skating, parkour and BMX
  • Capsule bowl and street complex
  • Handrails, hips, quarter pipes, grind boxes and hubbas

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