Brea Skatepark
Updated: January 06, 2010

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City Brea
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

This park is not really new, yet it was when the photos were taken. However due to lack of performance in the scan room and lack of memory upstairs; Scan Dar took a few months completing this project here. Nevertheless, here it is - Brea Skatepark, it's probably super crowded by now, but if not maybe this little review will get some out of town traffic to Brea, CA (where ever the hell that is).

GOOD: Small kidney with metal coping, flat banks, pyramids, blocks and trannies with hips and spines. A lil bit for everyone. The lines are endless with plenty of variety, very well layed out.

BAD: Gets crowded on weekends and after school.

PADS: No

ADDRESS: W Elm St, Brea, CA 92821, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take the 57 to Imperial Highway West, go left on Brea and right on Elm. It's in the park on the left at the end of the street.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 6 / 10
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