Ernest Eikel Skatepark
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City New Braunfels
State Texas
Country United States
Continent North America

This skatepark was built by the local advocacy efforts of The Skinner Family. They started the JAWS Skatepark Association in 2006 and raised half the money for the park with the city matching the rest.

WHAT: A 25,000 sqft concrete skatepark with a street area, a snake run, a clover bowl and a flow bowl.

GOOD: It's all good. Definitely worth the stop. Nearby swimming at the Comal River!

BAD: No lights, but they are raising money for the lights right now.

PADS: No!

ADDRESS: 297 S. Grape Street, New Braunfels, Texas 78028

HOW TO FIND IT: The skatepark is right off I-35 in South New Braunfels. You can see it on the west side of the freeway. Take the FM 1044 exit.

Skatepark submitted by www.skatepark.org

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Ernest Eikel Skatepark
Ernest Eikel Skatepark
Ernest Eikel Skatepark
Ernest Eikel Skatepark
Ernest Eikel Skatepark

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New Braunfels

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9.0
Reviewed by Carter - April 11, 2010
 
 
 
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