New Tampa
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New Tampa Hot


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City Tampa
State Florida
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted by AUDITtheFED

New Tampa skatepark, built by Team Pain is one fun ass park. Call them first before going because their hours are always different by the day. Sessions are $4 for 2 hrs or $7 for all day. Helmets are required.

WHAT: All concrete, big bowl & flow course. See vid.

GOOD: Built by Team Pain

BAD: Run by the government, there's a fence, limited hours of being open, lights that aren't used, waivers, you have to pay to skate,

PADS: Helmet required.

ADDRESS: 17302 Commerce Park Blvd. Tampa. Take the Bruce B Downs exit off I-75, head west & take your 1st right @ the light past red lobster. take the next right and watch for the community center/park on the left side of the road. It's right in there.

HOW TO FIND IT: see above.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
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Bait n switch

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7.0
Reviewed by AUDITtheFED - August 02, 2010
 

Another example of how your local government takes advantage of something the local community of skateboarders rallied to support, spent endless hours, days, weeks, months & years of dedication to the cause of a free public skatepark, only to have to have the powers that be jinx the end result with a fence, waivers, fees, rules & limited hours of operation (as little as open for only 3 hours on some days)

 
 
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