Juniper Skatepark
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Juniper Skatepark Hot


General Info

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City Fontana
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

Designed by California Skateparks

Inland Empire birthplace of the Hell’s Angels, freaks! Smoggy, dusty, and hella hot. They don’t call it the Badlands for nothin’.

WHAT: Large concrete park with clover bowl for the Salbas, and modern street-style course for the Billy Markses. Also, a fish pond bowl set-up for the flyer-outers and a mini-ramp-sized bowl set-up for the Eric Sandersons.

GOOD: Sick big bowl hosts a regular who’s who of B-List old dudes including Salba, Steve Godoy, and Headbanger’s Ball host Ricky Rachtman. Free, and only helmets required.

BAD: Always, always crowded. Lots of lil’ boys and girls on scooters or just plain runnin’ ’round. Plenty of fly-out Bubbas. Occasionally closed due to gang activity. Helmets required. Street area elements kind of small and/or retarded.

PADS: Helmets only.

ADDRESS: 9550 Juniper Ave, Fontana, CA 92336 USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From the 10, exit Sierra and go north. Take a left at the first light and a right at the first one after that. Park is up a few blocks on the left.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Juniper Skatepark
Juniper Skatepark
Juniper Skatepark
Juniper Skatepark

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