Killer Skatepark & Shop
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Killer Skatepark & Shop Hot


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City Evansville
State Indiana
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted skatepark by glenzig88

Indoor wood skatepark with lots of good lines and creativity. Skater owned and operated. Skate shop there too with all you need for the shred lifestyle. Helmet required if under 18 and waiver must be signed to skate. Killer holds contest, demos, skate camps, and anything else to help support the skate scene.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Killer Skatepark & Shop
Killer Skatepark & Shop
Killer Skatepark & Shop

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10.0   (1)
 
 

Killer KILLS

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10.0
Reviewed by glenzig88 - May 01, 2010
 

The Mini Ramp is retarded fun. I don't think you could get tired of the ramp, there's always a new line. The street course has a figure 8 feel to it and if you skate it right there are some very interesting lines. The long bank to ledge love seat thing is awesome. Parking Block Coping on a bank... 'Nuff said. This place is lots of fun and the owner is down for skating.... half the time he'll even skate with you.

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check out Killer's website for more pics, sales and info on upcoming events:
www.killerskatepark.com

 
 
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