Escondido Skatepark
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Escondido Skatepark Hot


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City Escondido
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: Rails, funbox, quarter pipes, bowl sections, a few hips, a halfpipe with a spine and bowl and a vert ramp

GOOD: There are a couple of fun hips. The mini ramp with a spine and bowl is okay. I heard that they might be resurfacing the ramps sometime soon which would make the park a whole lot better.

BAD: Every ramp is surfaced with metal that was poorly joined together and these ramps get so hot you could cook an egg on them. The vert ramp has so many kinks that it's nearly impossible to keep any speed. The bowl sections were put together in too few pieces so when you ride over them it feels like you're riding over speed bumps. Rollerblades are allowed. It also costs money to skate.

PADS: Full pads required and enforced.

ADDRESS: 3315 Bear Valley Pkwy S, Escondido, CA 92025, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From the 15 get off at Via Rancho Parkway and go east. This road will turn into Bear Valley Parkway. The park is at 3315 Bear Valley Parkway.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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