Pyeongchon Central Park
Are you looking for a place to skate in Anyang-si? If you don't care about the level of flash and merely want a few ramps, then Pyeongchon Central Park's skate park is a good place to check out.
The Scouting Report
- The Park's Features
- Extra Information
- Sports And Recreation Nearby
- How To Get There
The facilities are old. They aren't too tall. Some of them aren't that smooth. They are laid out in a seemingly very random order.
Welcome to Pyeongchon Central Park's skate park. It isn't going to wow you with a lot of flash, but it will provide you with a few feet of air. Don't come in with big expectations. Just care about having fun. As long as you do that, it will be an enjoyable place to skate.
The Park's Features
Everything is pretty small and simple here.
If the skate park bores you, try your hand (or racket) at badminton. The parks' badminton courts are directly adjacent to the skate park. Relatively speaking, the courts are in much better condition than the skate park.
Sports and Recreation Nearby
Pay for your own board or bike. Pay for your transportation to the park. Other than that, you don't gotta pay a thing.
To see more photos of the park, check out the Pyeongchon Park photo album.
Also, check out Seoul Scout: Pyeongchon Central Park
How To Get There
Where: Gyeonggi-do, Anyang-si, Dongan-gu, Pyeongchon-dong
From Line 4 - Beomgye Station (범계역):
- Exit 3.
- Walk straight for 80 meters. Turn left at the second street.
- Walk for about 400 meters. Look for the park on your right.
- Continue on the street and walk to the opposite end of the park. Look for the skate park next to the badminton courts.