Paradise Valley Skatepark
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Paradise Valley Skatepark Hot


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City Phoenix
State Arizona
Country United States
Continent North America

Chalk up another public concrete skatepark for Arizona with lights until 11pm, free, no helmet or pads required, no park monitors lurking and no BMXers allowed. I did see one BMXer eye up the bowl, but a local skater who wants to preserve the coping and the smooth concrete for the futeure said "Don’t worry about the police kicking you out. I’ll so it myself".

WHAT: Round walls, hips, smooth concrete and good trannies throughout. Cody Boat and Colby Carter seen frequently ripping the park.

GOOD: Lots of pro’s travel out there during the winters to skate this park and like the park.

BAD: Lacks a bit of creativity on the design aspect. Other than that who am I to say? You will have to stop by and skate it for yourself. Spines are so 80’s. Kidney bowl needs pool coping.

PADS: No

ADDRESS: 17800 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85032, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From Phoenix take the 10 freeway take Squaw Peak parkway/51 North exit Bell Rd. and make a right. Take a left on 40th and the park will be on the left hand side, right after the High School. Beyond the swimming pool.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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