Bridges Urban Sports ParkBridges Urban Sports Park is located under the M3 flyover at the junction of Little Patrick Street and Corporation Street (near Custom House Square), just a short five or ten minute walk from Belfast city centre, the park provides facilities for skateboarding, in-line skating, Parkour and BMXing. It also includes a capsule bowl and street complex, complete with handrails, hips, quarter pipes, grind boxes and hubbas.
Admission to the park is free.
Opening hoursBridges Urban Sports Park opens at 7.30am and closes at 10pm daily.
Car parkingThere 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 rulesWe want everyone to enjoy using Bridges Urban Sports Park. 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 youíre under 11 years old, you must be accompanied by an adult
- donít 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, donít ride or skate
- donít stand at the coping of the bowl or at the bottom of any ramps
- donít use the park when under the influence of alcohol or any substances that could affect your co-ordination
- if you fall and arenít injured, get up and move to the side as quickly as possible
- make sure your equipment is well maintained Ė 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 donít observe these rules, weíll ask you to leave the park.
FundingWe have worked with Belfast Urban Sports, a charity made up of expert urban sports enthusiasts, to develop the park and make it a world-class, state-of-the-art facility. The project has three main funders:
- European Union Programme for Peace and Reconciliation (2007-2013)
- Better Belfast Landfill Tax Credit Fund from Bryson Charitable Group
- the council's capital programme.
Your feedbackWe want to hear what you think about Bridges Urban Sports Park. You can email your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also keep up to date with activities at the park and tell us what you think by joining our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bridgesurbansportspark
More informationFor more information about the park , call our Urban Sports Development officer on 028 9032 0202 (extension 3417) or email email@example.com
This project is partly funded by the European Union Programme for Peace and Reconciliation (2007-2013), managed by the Special EU Programmes Body