Ocean Beach Skatepark
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Ocean Beach Skatepark Hot


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City San Diego
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: Really big, really good. Concrete, transition-oriented with proper coping, real trannies, square and round hips of various angles and heights, bowls, spines, pyramids, extensions, bumps, banks, volcanos, taco bell tombstones, ledges, bumps to flat bars, kiddie area.

GOOD: Skateboarders only.

BAD: Full pads, supervised, costs $, kiddie area a little retarded.

Not so bad: Only $30 for a whole year, fee keeps out Ocean Beach's large scratcher population.

PADS: Yes.

ADDRESS: 2525 Bacon Street, Ocean Beach, CA

HOW TO FIND IT: From the 5 North, exit 8 West and follow Sunset Cliffs; you'll see the park on the right. Take our first right after the park, then enter the parking lot at the right. From the 5 South, exit Sea World Drive and look for Sunset Cliffs signs. Follow the same directions as above

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Reviewed by boston666 - April 04, 2010
 

It is good for skaters of all ages because of all different sizes of vurt and it is a welcomable park for a hippie fucked up neighborhood.

 
 
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