Oakdale Skatepark
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Oakdale Skatepark Hot


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City Oakdale
State California
Country United States
Continent North America


WHAT: A large area with metal and wood props. Quarter pipes, Banks, Pyramids, a spine, handrails, one ledge and a 6 foot mini.

GOOD: Free, smooth ramps, mellow pyramids all connected in a good manner.

BAD: Out in the boonies, bike cops now patrolling for pads and mullet babies lurking.

PADS: Yes. Watch for the bike cops!

ADDRESS: 6th St, Oakdale, CA 95361, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From 99 going north to Manteca exit Yosemite (120) and go right. Stay on 120 for a ways (25 Minutes) till you hit E. F St, go left then right on Sixth st. Park is on left.
Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Reviewed by braaap12 - November 28, 2010
 

this skatepark is closed! it was fun when it was open but now there is no wood on the ramps, they are just metal frames! oakdale has no plans on building a new skatepark! this relly sucks for all the kids!

 
 
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