Hollister Skatepark
Updated: January 06, 2010

Hollister Skatepark Hot


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City Hollister
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: A basic small park with a 5 foot deep 1/2 bowl with a banked shallow end, a large 3 sided hip of good transitions, a 4 foot 1/4 pipe which you hit via roll in banks that encase the main areas of the park on top of the sidewalk are a bump to bump with ledges on both sides that go up-flat-down, a kinked flat rail, an up-flat-down ledge that you hit from level ground.

GOOD: You can charge at almost anything with excelent speed, the coping grinds and the hips hit.

BAD: (The more people skating-the more run-ins, you gotta keep your eyes peeled. Older dudes saying you’ll get a 20 dollar ticket for no pads.

PADS: Yes

ADDRESS: 1221 Memorial Dr, Hollister, CA 95023, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take 101 south take the 25 east into Hollister go right on San Felipe then left on 4th and then right on Memorial-the park is on the left.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 4 / 10

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