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X Games Skatepark Of Philadelphia
The 40,000-square-foot center will be the first of it’s kind in the Philadelphia area and will offer public facilities for skateboarding, bicycle motocross (BMX) and in-line skating. The indoor skatepark will feature 25 skate, board and bike ramps for athletes of all levels as well as a six-foot half pipe with sub box and wall ride.
This park includes vert and street. It has a couple of spines and a small amount quarter pipes. It is mainly for street skaters who like a smooth surface for some flat land. Its in a hockey rink and has a ton of boxes rails and gaps. Highly recommended for people who like flatland.
Warminster Skate Park
It has a long 3 stair with a hand rail and boxes and flatbars and more boxes and hips and minis and all that things you need to skate even many pads. It is really fun and enjoyable * How Crowded? 4 * Are pads required to skate?: no * Does it cost money to skate?: no
Wall Park Skatepark - Richard Wall Park
It’s small, it has a hip(2 small 3 Ft. vert ramps). It has 2 5 Ft. ramps (vert) it has a bench to grind. There are 2 funboxes and a pyramid. There are couple of boxes to grind or manual, and there’s a ramp to go down and a ramp to jump, and there is a thing to ride, like a hill. It might be a small noisy because there’s a hockey rink next door. Situated on Wall Park Drive behind the Ric difficult Wall House Museum, off Church Road, 1/10 mile east of Old York Road (Rte. 611) Elkins Park
fI’ve foot ramps one quarterpipe, spine ramp, hip transfer, quarterpipe with bank, funbox banks on either end six stair, hand rail bout knee height. picnic table 2 boxes one kinked rail and one square rail good park * How Crowded? 7
This park is great. Very smooth concrete professionals on old basketball court. 2 open ended bowls, ledges, manual pads, spine, just a great spot. Open 9 to 9. Just made park as of 7/09. This park will be the first of many to come. To find out more info, and how you can help awesome community professional projects like this Contact Steve at Exit skate shop.
Love Park Skatepark
I know it’s not a skatepark but it’s just too good to not be on here. If you haven’t at least heard of like park you should just quit skating. Now, anyway it’s got more ledges rails stairs gaps and anything else you can think of than you could ever imagine. Skating here was a truly great experience. Then that evil bastard mayor street and his butting city council had an idea while they were beating each other off.
Haverford Township Skatepark
We got this park in I think around 2000, not really sure. The setup is constantly changing (as in the spotment of the box, elevator bow, big and small kickers, and small quarter). Everything that is almost always in the same spot is the Roll in, banked roll in, pyramid w/ rail and Hubba, big quarter and med. quarter. on the other end of the Hubba ledge(s)on the pyramid is a fun box type thing. It can get crowded in the night time, but usually there’s no more than 5-10 people there.
Efder Skatepark - FDR Skatepark
Bowls, boxes, hips, spine, vert walls, mini, vert, everything is very smooth concrete the real deal.