Fossil Skatepark
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Fossil Skatepark Hot


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City St Petersburg
State Florida
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by AUDITtheFED

This is a fun concrete park with lights that's free & no pads required after 7pm. Not exactly sure when they close due to skating this place @ 2am with the lights still on...

WHAT: There is a small wedge into a hubba & small 3ft spine feeding into another 3ft long quarter that hips into a mellow(8 or 9ft trannys) 4ftr concrete mini ramp that's very wide and fun. there's also a slanted wedge box and another hubba pyramid & a 7 ftr half pipe that's usually hosting BMXers.

GOOD: Free, no pads, concrete, lights & friendly locals.

BAD: BMX mikers, rollerbladers, razor scooters. PADS: not required/rarely enforced.

ADDRESS: 6524 Dr Martin Luther King Jr St N, St Petersburg, FL 33702, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take the 54th St N Exit off of I-275, head east to MLK, head North on MLK and it will be up on your right side up a few miles.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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A fun spot to hit on the way to or from SPOT.

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7.0
Reviewed by AUDITtheFED - March 31, 2010
 

A fun spot to hit on the way to or from SPOT.

 
 
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