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Sports in our parks

COVID-19 Status update (6.11.2020)
  • Horsham Park Skate Park: Closed
  • Broadbridge Heath Skate Park: Closed
  • Highwood Pump Track: Closed

Please note the following open-access ball courts are also now closed

  • Owlbeech Way (South Holmes)
  • Horsham Park
  • Woodstock Close (Pixies Hollow)
  • Bennetts Field
  • Blackbridge Lane (The Needles) Recreation Ground
Find information about national lockdown restrictions on our Coronavirus: Parks, leisure and venues page.

Skate parks and BMX tracks

There are several skate parks and BMX tracks across Horsham District.

Horsham Park skate park

Horsham Park skate park is the largest skate park and BMX track in the District.

  • Open during daylight hours in summer
  • Floodlit until 10pm in winter

Visit Horsham Park

Horsham Park skatepark

Horsham Park skate park is designed for BMX, boards and inline skating

Horsham Pump Track

A pump track is a type of off-road terrain for bike riders consisting of a circuit of banked turns and features. It is designed to be ridden without pedalling, riders ‘pump’ the features using the up and down movement of their body to make forward momentum.

To visit the track use postcode RH12 1FF.

Broadbridge Heath Skate Park

Broadbridge Heath skate park is a concrete skate park. The park opened in April 2019 and features a selection of obstacles for different abilities and disciplines.

The Bridge Leisure Centre
Wickhurst Lane
Broadbridge Heath
Horsham
RH12 3YS

Find a skate park near you

There are skate parks in the following villages in Horsham District:

  • Billingshurst
  • Henfield
  • Horsham Park
  • Partridge Green
  • Roffey
  • Rudgwick
  • Southwater
  • West Chiltington

To find out more about each facility, we recommend using the Skateparks website.

Hire our mobile skate park

We hire out a Mobile skate park and an officer to oversee the set up, safe use and set down of the equipment for £40 per hour. It’s a great opportunity for 7-16 year olds to have a go at a new sport.

The equipment includes small ramps and skate boxes. The ramps can be set up in a lot of different ways in order to maximise or minimise space. The sessions are required to have a hard play surface, but they can also be used indoors.

We provide skateboards and helmets and can assist anyone needing support to use the ramps and boards. We also set up games to create a fun atmosphere. As the ramps can be made bigger and smaller they can be used by anyone, from complete beginners to the more advanced skaters.

To book the equipment for your local area please get in contact with Paul Taylor on 01403 215637or email the Community Development team.