With 4500m2, the park is Denmark’s second largest outdoor skatepark. Fælledparken is home of several competitions for skaters during the summer and attracts a large audience of all ages and from different branches of sports. Read full description
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Denmark’s second largest skatepark
Fælledparken Skatepark is with it’s 4500m2, Denmark’s second largest outdoor skatepark (Helsingør Multipark is the largest). It is easy to get a good overview of the park – both as a skater and as a spectator of the many neck-breaking stunts performed by the other skaters.
In the summer of 2013, Fælledparken Skatepark added another sought-after element to the park: The large vert. This is a 5 metres high U-ramp which demands a lot of concentration and skills to master. Safety equipment is recommended as even the most experienced skaters will be challenged here. When the vert was built in 2012, it was the largest of its kind in Europe.
Fælledparken is home of several competitions for skaters during the summer and attracts a large audience of all ages and from different branches of sports.
Fælledparken is the perfect park for everyone regardless of their level of experience. Both beginners and professional skaters will find this park to be irresistible.
The current park is built of iron and concrete and has smooth surfaces throughout the park. The park is divided into three overall levels: Beginner, advanced and professional. Therefore, the park can be used by skaters of all levels.
There is a good balance between the levels of complexity and it is also possible to have a great afternoon as a spectator. For experienced and professional skaters, it is recommended to visit the park in the late afternoon for a quiet session without too many people.
The municipality of Copenhagen renovated the skatepark in 2009 as part of a comprehensive renovation of Fælledparken. The skatepark has been there in the corner of Fælledparken since 1988. The park was built in collaboration between Copenhagen Skateparks and Technical and Environmental Services. Danish skaters were able to provide inputs in order to ensure that the park would be as good as it could possible be. This manifests itself in the structure of the park that ranges from a beginner’s level to a professional level. The design of the park has been made in collaboration with world famous skater, and X-game medallist, Rune Glifbjerg.
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There is no requirement to skate this skatepark
17 reviews of Fælledparken Skatepark
Denmarks best skatepark in my opinion. It is big and has everything you should need. Fælledparken can compete among the world’s best skateparks. In the summer there is a lot of people, it’s almost always filled, and too many families and their kids are using the park as a playground, which can be very frustrating. The biggest flaw in the park is the lighting, with in spite of being on until 11 pm, is WAAAAAY to bad.
Best Skatepark in Denmark, really good for both skilled and beginners
Denmark best outdoor skatepark
Fælledparken is my favourite park.
It’s because it has the perfect combination of everything a skatepark should include. Banks, quarterpipes, rails, curbs, ledges and a genius vert!
At the same time, you can make lines and it’s super easy to get speed.
Best Regards – Mathias Lynghamar.
Best skatepark I have been in. It has an awesome flow and lots of obstacles. Nice surface.
Almost all of my friends love the park, but I have never been a fan. It doesn’t really speak to me that much. It’s big yes, but I feel that the capacity utilisation of the space is not good, it’s very open and empty in my opinion. In addition, you have to come early in the morning if you want to avoid it being filled with people.
Fælledparken is the best skatepark in the world
It’s the best skatepark I’ve ever been in! It’s mega awesome
It’s pretty lame that scooters aren’t allowed!
The municipality employee taught me that people with skates/rollerblades should stay away. He was about to put some wooden boxes up for skateboarders.
It seems like, skateboards have a monopoly on the skatepark and deliberately bully people with skates/rollerblades. You see absolutely no with skates.
Fantastic park for both skaters and BMX.
I just don’t get why, almost every time, parents have to show up with 3-10-year-old children on scooters – in spite of the fact that it’s FORBIDDEN. And by the way, they build a really nice Scooter-park which is for scooters 200 meters from there, where skaters etc. is nicely keeping away from using.
I had a discussion with a mom today, she just let her 2 kids on max 4 years riding scooters and she sat down and looked at her phone. I made her nicely awesome that it wasn’t allowed to use scooters in the park – because of safety issues for her kids and that they built a new very child-friendly scooter park just around the corner. She thought that she as a taxpayer had the right to her children using the skatepark on whatever wheels they would like to ride on. And that responsibility was with us about her children getting injured.
So better Signs around the park on the scooters ban would be nice – and that all skaters in a nice way could tell the scooter owners that they have a fine park which is just for them. It’s so obvious when that if just 1 or 2 scooters have shown up, then it takes no more than max. half an hour and even more people are riding around because they saw the first 2 riders in the park.
I think you should be able to ride scooter in Fælledparken
I love the park, and I’m there almost every day. I’m just, like Jesper, really tired of all the small kids on scooters – I have taken several crashes because the parent can’t overcome to control their shitkids. There is a serious lack of SIGNS showing the ban on scooters!
A super skatepark which is unfortunately inhabited by unpleasant “adult” skaters, which thinks they own the space. Even little kids they are after.
Besides, it’s pretty hopeless that you can’t ride a scooter. What do you do when the older brother is skating and the smaller brother is on a scooter……you can’t use one of the best skatepark in Copenhagen?!
Why not make times/hours where both can be there.
Are you allowed to ride Waveboard/Ripstick? I’m thinking it should be in the category of skateboard