Kanis Skatepark
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Kanis Skatepark Hot


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City Little Rock
State Arkansas
Country United States
Continent North America

Not much here but a peanut shaped concrete bowl that is wider in the deep end, pinched in the shallow. This thing has been here for about 12 - 15 years and is totally workable.

WHAT: If you can find an old tape of Tom Groholski skating it, he will show you! Has a sort of concrete coping lip, the whole thing is kinked and the decks run downhill from deep to shallow.

GOOD: Oh yeah! Radios and beers go right along with the session. Definitely a blast to hit driving cross country to stretch the legs.

BAD: Look out for the gay dudes who cruise the park, if you drop your wallet kick it back to the state you came from. Know what I’m saying?

PADS: None, and no monitors

ADDRESS: Kanis Park Rd, Little Rock, AR 72211, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take 630 west from the 30 freeway, exit Rodney Parham Rd. Kanis Park will be on the South side of the RP road close to the freeway. Drive in the park basketball court will be on the right. Keep going and the bowl will be on the left.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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