Camarillo Skatepark
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Camarillo Skatepark Hot


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City Camarillo
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

GOOD: No pads and a fun stop if you're in the Ventura area on the 101.

BAD: Could use more stuff in the middle, maybe a larger pyramid and a hip in the bowl.

PADS: NO

ADDRESS: 1200 Temple Ave, Camarillo, CA 93010, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From 101 go east on the Carmen exit and turn right on Ponderosa. The park is on the right side.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Reviewed by lurkfest10 - March 31, 2010
 

This park used to be my home, until they shut it down and put in pad nannies. You gotta wear a helmet now, and pay $5 a sesh, but if you get a cool guy he can let you in free. It also doesn't open till 2 on weekdays and always closes before dark. Don't bother hopping the fence when it's closed, theres a park and mommies always call the nearly park patrols, then cops. Bottom line: don't support this park anymore.

 
 
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