Arcata Skatepark
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Arcata Skatepark Hot


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City Arcata
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: Snake run, bowl, metal coping, surrounding ledges, funbox, cross between Yuba City and Santa Rosa

GOOD: Bowl, funbox, ledges and grindable shit.

BAD: Slippery, pads (cops give tickets), hard to get to some of the hits.

PADS: Yes and heavily enforced.

ADDRESS: 900 Sunset Ave, Arcata, CA 95521, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Enter Arcata on HWY 101 take the Sunset ave exit, go west and the park is on the right hand side after the first stop.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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5.0   (1)
 
 

Crappy concrete

Rating:
 
5.0
Reviewed by noahluv - December 09, 2010
 

The hippies that put this together must have had no idea how to make a good tranny because every bowl is bumpy and uneven, and each tranny is different. If you're gonna be around long enough to get good at the park it's cool, but if you're just stopping by for the day it might be a little weird.
I can't do much there but some of the locals can kill it, so if you like gnarly crappy bowls then go for it

I'll be moving there soon so I'm gonna have to get used to it

 
 
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