Austin Skatepark (Mabel Davis)
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City Austin
State Texas
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by mikal

One of the first concrete parks in the Austin area. Definitely a park worth checking out with a good bowl and good street features.

WHAT: A concrete park featuring a flow bowl with pool coping, hips and a ten foot deep end. The street area has steps, handrails, step up gaps, rails, banks and a granite ledge.

GOOD: This park is all good. It also has lights.

BAD: (what sucks about the park)

PADS: The only thing bad about this park is that it gets really crowded.

ADDRESS: 3427 Parker Lane, Austin, Texas 78741

HOW TO FIND IT: Off I-35 exit Woodward St. head west. Take a left on Parker Ln. The skatepark is on the right. Photos: Kim Cherryholmes

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Austin Skatepark (Mabel Davis)
Austin Skatepark (Mabel Davis)
Austin Skatepark (Mabel Davis)
Austin Skatepark (Mabel Davis)

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Reviewed by mikal - April 21, 2010
 
 
 
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