No Name Skatepark
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City Greenville
State South Carolina
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted skatepark by sk8rsteve SC

Opened in 2007, No Name Skate Park is a big, indoor skate park that has a nice variety of stuff to skate to keep you busy wrecking yourself all day.

WHAT: Big, open street area, mini-ramp with a spine, 12ft vert ramp, and a kidney shaped pool.

GOOD: It has a little bit of something for everyone. All the ramps and obstacles are very well built.

BAD: Anything with wheels and no motor seem to be allowed.

PADS: Not too sure on the pad rule, but you gotta wear a helmet, or rent a sweaty one. Helmet law is enforced, even if you've been skating for 24 years :(

ADDRESS: 1524 Roper Mountain Rd Greenville, SC 29615

HOW TO FIND IT: Roper Mountain Road Exit from I-385, located on the right after you go through Garlington Road intersection.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
No Name Skatepark
No Name Skatepark
No Name Skatepark
No Name Skatepark
No Name Skatepark
No Name Skatepark

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Reviewed by sk8rsteve SC - April 21, 2010
 

It's a good park overall, just watch out for the kids on razor scooters, rip sticks, rollerblades, and speeding bikes. I think I even saw a big wheel in there before.

 
 
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