Chatt Town Skatepark
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Chatt Town Skatepark Hot


General Info

City Chattanooga
State Tennessee
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted skatepark by Michael P

This is the current location of Chattanooga's only city-owned skatepark. There have been proposals that developers are purchasing the land to build high-rise condo's all over the area, and if they do a new park will be built in another location nearby in the city(when they do I will contact Thrasher and have the address/park details changed). Rails, ledges, ramps, stairs, quarter and half pipes. Just about everything else. Has 2 huge half pipes. Many quarter pipes. Many ramps. Kicker to rails etc.. Really nice park overall. Restroom, snacks and skate shop located on site also. There is no bowl! Helmets required(but don't have to be latched). Pads NOT required. Skateboarding, BMX, roller blades all ALLOWED. If you are under 18, a waiver is required to skate. If you plan on visiting be sure to have your parent or guardian print and complete the form: http://www.chattanooga.gov/Files/2007skateparkwaiver.pdf The park is located near the First Tennessee Pavilion in Downtown.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Great Park

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Reviewed by musicman - July 02, 2010
 
 
 
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