This concrete 6000 ft² skate park has a pool-style bowl that is 9.5 feet at the deep end (with 1 foot of vertical) and 5 feet deep at the shallow end. The park also includes a mini-ramp and amphitheatre-style ledges. directions Kensington Park behind the Kensington Community Centre, by East 37th and Knight Streets, Vancouver.
Large skatepark designed to look like a ship! Yup thats Algoport Skatepark in Port Colborne. 670sqm of flat concrete pavement 430sqm of ramped concrete pavement 88m of round stainless steel coping 75m of square or flush stainless steel coping 16 metres (4 lengths) of grind-able rail and 132m of railings 33sqm spectator zone central fun-box […]
A large sprawling skatepark with hips everywhere. Basically a giant interconnecting bowl with every combination of lip you could ask for. Pool coping, steel coping, flat banks and vert extensions make Medford skatepark a bowl riders dream. Directions to Medford Skatepark Bear Creek Park off Highland Drive (and Siskiyou Boulevard). Easily found from I-5. Take […]
Swalecliffe skatepark has a lot of things to trick on and off-a cheese, ledge, multiple sets small and a large big hip, bank, step-up, both a large and small rail, a flat rail for different types of grinds, a box, cradle, a large bowl with an added extension for better air and space when boarding, […]
Fun little skatepark that features a number of obstacles that have been taken from real street spots. Hence the title Street Plaza. Obstacles include a brick stencilled bank with cantilevered bench, cantilevered banks, ledges, skatable rocks and a freestanding wave AKA the serpant. Get creative and go skateboarding.
The place is huge and packed with every obstacle known to mankind! While it has respectable transition areas, it also possesses an abundant loin-warmingly sculpted street section! If you haven’t been fortunate enough to visit Santa Clarita’s skatepark, do yourself a favour and stop by to roll around.