Dave Olseth Memorial
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City Whitefish
State Montana
Country United States
Continent North America

Dreamland hit another home run with this epic park. A beautiful town with a beautiful park, what more could you ask for?

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ADDRESS: 290 Armory Rd, Whitefish, Mt 59937, USA

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Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Dave Olseth Memorial
Dave Olseth Memorial
Dave Olseth Memorial

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Reviewed by mustache33 - December 15, 2010
 

Prime Dreamland. Lots of tranny, lots of street, big shit, small shit, weird shit, and lots of lines that combine it all. Just one of many sick parks in the Flathead Valley. The scenery is f*cking epic, not uncommon to see bald eagles screwing overhead.

Lots of pros seem to stop by on a regular basis, and the town of Whitefish is a hell of a good time to party in - there are about ten bars all within two blocks. I suggest The Remington and The Palace, hot badass bartenders and cheap drinks.

 
 
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