Alameda Skatepark
Updated: January 04, 2010

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City Alameda
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

Located on the tip of Alameda, an island in the San Francisco Bay just southwest of Oakland, the park was built on an evacuated naval base. Small and lumpy, the concrete work is kinda crappy compared to newer parks but it can still be fun to roll around.

WHAT: There's a 5-foot bowl, a not-so-fun-box, a twinkie, a volcano, ledges, a driveway, and a bunch of little corners and hips.

GOOD: It's got a killer view of the City.

BAD: Have to dodge swarms of BMX bikers and little kids on rollerblades.

PADS: Required, but usually not enforced.

ADDRESS: Ave A, Alameda, CA 94501, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Cross over to Alameda via the Webster St tube from Oakland. Turn right on Atlantic, then right on Main. Follow main around to the naval base entrance, then make your first right. Park is behind the auditorium on the right.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 3 / 10
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