St Helena Skatepark
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City St. Helena
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

If you ever want to go up to wine country and spend some time with your skateboard instead of your chick, this is the spot for you. They got a brand new bangin' cement park with bowls surrounded by a track of epic banks, ledges, flat bars and all the things that would give you a buzz. Not to mention the skate park is in an open container park, which means after the session you can Q it up with brews, wine, or whatever you fancy. Built and tested by the Dreamland crew, you know this park will do you right—one of the best in Northern California for sure.

WHAT: A pool, a big bowl surrounded by a track of banks, ledges, flat bars, etc...

GOOD: (the best bits about the park)

PADS: Unfortunately yes, but not always monitored.

ADDRESS: 360 Crane Ave, St Helena, CA 94574, USA

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Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
St Helena Skatepark
St Helena Skatepark
St Helena Skatepark

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