Located in Shoalhaven Head Lion Park lies Jerry Bailey Oval Skate Park.

The skatepark features a large bowl and a fun little street section. The bowl has several different sections with roll-in, extension, hips and a deep end. The street section of the park has the standard selection of quarters, banks and rails.

The concrete bowl looked more like a swimming pool than a conventional skate bowl. Apparently, the council has been pumping the water out of the bowl once a week, but it is apparent that there is an underlying issue with the drainage of the bowl.

There is a new tar pump track that has since been built on the other side of the park that is super fun and worth checking out.

A great skatepark facility for the lucky local skater at Shoalhaven Head.

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