Northampton Skatepark
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Northampton Skatepark Hot


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City Northampton
State Massachusetts
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by CREDO SHOPPE

Small fun park with good group of kids that love having visitors swing through

WHAT: Concrete outdoor park with a mix of street/plaza style obstacles (stairs, ledges, hubbas, rails, flat bars) large bowl with three hips, a channel, an 11 foot deep end with pool coping (the rest is metal) it goes from 6 feet to 7 to 11

GOOD: Very smooth, bowl is usually pretty empty, close to town and right off the bike path to get into town, Credo Skate Shoppe is 5 minutes down the bike path if you need anything or want to get out of rain or watch a video

BAD: Bikers, Scooters can take it over, nothing mellow to warm up on

PADS: Skate at own risk

ADDRESS: West St Route 66 on the Left down in Veteran's Field Northampton, MA

HOW TO FIND IT: 91 North Exit 18 left off ramp onto Route 5, as you drive into town at major intersection take Route 9 West to Route 66 West about a half mile up on left, if coming from 91 South then Exit 21 and merge onto Route 5 and then do the same as above.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Northampton Skatepark
Northampton Skatepark
Northampton Skatepark
Northampton Skatepark
Northampton Skatepark
Northampton Skatepark

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GNARHAMPTON!

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7.0
Reviewed by CREDO SHOPPE - July 19, 2010
 

Always a fun time!

 
 
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