Patriot Skatepark
Updated: January 06, 2010

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City Greenfield
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: A somewhat of a four leaf clover, but really its like three square bowls connected to a round bowl. The bowls are all about seven feet deep. There's a street course too, but it is small and mainly used for warming up and dorking around. GOOD: The bowl is the main attraction. The coping is good, there are hips a plenty and lines galore.

BAD: No lights, the street course is small and they let rollerbladers ride.

PADS: Helmet laws are posted and cops drive by randomly to enforce it

ADDRESS: Oak Ave & 13th St, Greenfield, CA 93927, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take the 101 south of Salinas until you get to Greenfield which is 140 miles south of San Francisco and about 30 miles south of Salinas. Take the Oak exit and turn right off the freeway. Go through town a while until you get to 16th St., turn left on 16th and go to Patriot Park, which will be on your left side, park in the lot and put your helmet on.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 7 / 10
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