Damn good park with a great flow to it. Friendly locals too. Definitely worth the drive if you arent lucky enough to already live there. Oh, it’s sign posted as well. Nice. Directions Follow the signs.
HOLY SHIT! Directions You will find it.
If you were Colin Mckay or Alex Chalmers you could do 7 foot 540′s out of the bowl. There is more to this park than you would first expect. Directions Quite far up that damn hill, but the skate back down to the ferry rocks.
4ft – 5ft – 6ft bowl area linked with spines and hips. Also a small street area with a pyramid, bank and rails. Lots to do but can get kinda busy as the whole area is not that big. Directions Located in Parkgate mall behind the Library.
One of those parks with some sketchy strange random obstacles but with more than enough stuff to be super fun. Big bank, funbox, ledges and rails, steps and a fun little box. Directions 174-180, 154th Ave.
Lots of smooth lumps make for unlimited super fast lines. Hips aplenty, some ledges around the edges of the bowls but basically pump it and pop it up. Directions On 6th Street, Moody Park, New Westminster.
Super good layout with great ledges, banks and pyramids. The skatepark also has a shallow bowl that’s great fun for popping huge ollies. Directions It’s in Confederation Park, just off Penzance Drive, Burnaby Vancouver.
Large expanse of a park and everything is big. Big bowl, big handrails, big ledges and even some not quite so big shit to help you warm up. Directions 146th Street off 20th Ave, Whiterock.
Soo many transitions and lines, small gaps, big gaps, ledges and one crazy step up out of the big bowl. Directions Heading to Canberra, turn right off Main Street where the sign points to the Hospital and or Swimming Pool. Three blocks later turn left and its behind the Swimming Pool.
Large open layout with snake run. Directions Drive through the main centre along High Street, at roundabout turn onto Beechworth Street then right at Pearce Street. Its on your right a few hundred meters down the road in Willow Park.