Absolutely insane. Whilst getting lost in the Cornish wilderness, you approach the hidden gem that is Mount Hawke skatepark. A converted farm warehouse that received a lottery grant turned into probably the best skate-park in Britain. The park itself contains: Pro-size vert, 3 miniramps at varying heights, a rhythm section, 3 fun boxes, flat banks, 9ft quarter-pipes, and a death box. The rhythm section is where lines can be easily filmed, comprising of low manny pads, rails, and ledges. The street section may be a little large for skating (intended for BMX), but with enough speed it can be dealt with. The vert ramp is massive, but unfortunately it doesn't have any steps, so you have to run up it =[. There are 3 mini-ramps, 6ft, 4ft and 4 1/2ft, which are great for practice. If you have guts, you might want to try the death box, where you get serious air for big tricks. If you can, spend a whole day here, it's awesome (opens at about 10:30am). Thank you Cornwall, this is the best/only contribution to Britain.
Pay varies between ages, and there is a membership to Cornish residents. There is a canteen on site, pool table, Xbox, TV and lockers. If you are there for the whole day, take plenty of water, and a helmet.