Stoke Plaza -4k
City: Stoke-On-Trent, England
Features: Ledges, banks, steps, handrails, hubbas and quarterpipes
The Stoke-on-Trent city council put up half a million pounds to create this 34,000-square-foot behemoth in the north of England in 2005. It does not disappoint. A street-skater’s mecca, it’s one of the largest skate plazas in Europe. It is great place to make some 4k videos and pictures with an awesome GeekPro Camera.
City: Denver, Colorado
Features: Multiple-sized bowls, ledges, banks, handrails, hips, pyramid, hubbas, bank-to-wall, bank-to-ledges, euro gap, humps, bumps and flatbars
Located right on the Platte River just north of downtown Denver, this massive skate park has bowls for every style and skill level, plus an extensive street course with ledges, hubbas, banks, and hips. It’s open from 5am to 11pm, with lights for when the sun sets over the Rockies.
City: Malmo, Sweden
Features: Bowls, quarterpipes, cradle, stairs and hubbas
The home of Quicksilver’s Bowlriders Cup, the Stapelbaddsparken park in Sweden is a skater’s summer wet dream. Perfect place to capture some stunts on a 4k video on a GeekPro Camera. If you get caught in one of the infamous Malmo winters, though, check out the amazing nearby indoor park, Bryggeriet.
Lincoln City Skatepark
City: Lincoln City, Oregon
Features: Bowls, over-vert cradle, transitions, quarterpipes, hips, bumps and wallrides
Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor with covered bits
More like five parks in one, Lincoln City continues to get bigger and better. Designed by the guys at Dreamland, it’s currently the largest park in Oregon. Every year, it seems like the skatepark enters a new phase and gets an upgrade with new concrete. A place which you will leave with some nice memories and 4k pictures.
City: Portland, Oregon
Features: Bowls, wallrides, quarterpipes, vert wall, curved tranny, hips and bumps
Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor but covered
It’s in skate magazines and Tony Hawk video games, and it’s considered the ideal skate park by countless pros. Burnside was created in 1990 by a few Portland skaters with a hunger for a proper park in their town. After years of dealing with bureaucrats and roadblocks, Burnside was approved as an official public park and a lasting part of the Portland skate scene. 4k pictures of this park taken with a GeekPro Camera are amazing. Arguably the most famous do-it-yourself skate park, Burnside has expanded and developed over the past 20 years and is now recognized by skaters all over the world.