Corona Skatepark
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Corona Skatepark Hot


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City Corona
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: A mid-sized free concrete number with numerous rails, ledges, pyramids, and bowl-like protrusions with grindable lips and a smooth surface.

GOOD: Free, good training rails, fairly flowing truck to concrete contact possible at the lip.

BAD: Cops give tickets sometimes at $50 per missing pad (all are required). Another appearance of the retarded, no flat, perfectly round contact lens-style bowl. Rail coming off the bowl island too low at the get-on spot.

PADS: YES

ADDRESS: 930 E 6th St, Corona, CA 92879, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Exit at Magnolia st. off the 15 freeway. Ask little kids on BMX bikes where the skatepark is.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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