Kremmling Skatepark
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Kremmling Skatepark


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City Kremmling
State Colorado
Country United States
Continent North America

7,000 sq foot park opened in 2007

Address: 304 12th St Kremmling, CO 80459

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Lines for days

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8.0
Reviewed by EastonOldHead - March 05, 2011
 

I will preface this by saying that I am an "average" bowl/pool skater. That being said, the first thing that enters my mind about this park is that there are "lines for days". With even an average ability I kept finding more and more ways to look at things. I swear I didn't hit the same line twice!! It's not a big park, for sure, but it is pretty jam-packed with a ton of variables. It has everything from super-tight trannies with pool coping, to a keyhole, to all sorts of other tranny radius' and configurations. A huge bonus was that my friend and I had the place to ourselves for the entire 4 hours we were there.

There's not much in the way of street stuff and I would definitely not go out of my way to go to this park for that purpose. I didn't know what to expect from this place, but I was definitely pleasantly surprised!!!!! Lot's of fun in a small space!!!! Would love to watch some true pool shredders ride this place!!!!!

 
 
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