Benicia Community Skatepark
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Benicia Community Skatepark Hot


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City Benicia
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

Nor-Cal landed itself a new park out in Benicia. Only 40 minutes outside of SF and worth every mile.

WHAT: Bowls, street, more bowls and shit like that.

GOOD: The pool coping in the kidney grinds great, the street course has got loads of options and the big bowl can handle as much speed as you've got.

BAD: Right by a school, so you're better off getting there early.

PADS: You might want them for the big bowl.

ADDRESS: Community Park Dr, Benicia, CA 94510, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take the I-80 East toward Oakland/Bay Bridge. Take the exit towrads Martinez/Benicia and get on I 780 East, take the exit toward Columbus Parkway and merge onto Rose Dr North. About 3 miles down take a left on Community Park Drive and the park will be all the way in the back of Benicia Community Park.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Benicia Community Skatepark
Benicia Community Skatepark

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7.0   (1)
 
 

Good park, well built, too many bikes

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7.0
Reviewed by OldStaleNegative - March 30, 2010
 

One of the better parks in the bay area... nice and spacious with lots of different stuff to skate from a 3-stair to a 12-foot kidney bowl...lots of bikers is the biggest bummer...

 
 
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