Phil Shao Memorial Skatepark
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City Redwood City
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

Red Morton park in Redwood City—The park that once hosted the San Francisco 49ers workouts in the city that has the best climate by government testing has a cement outdoor skatepark named after legendary skater Phil Shao. I think Phil would have loved this park, he would have had to. Go there and rip it up for Phil.

WHAT: A big bowl with a spine, and hips. The bowl is surrounded with ledges, stairs and quarterpipes with hubba type ledges.

GOOD: You're skating in the town that Phil Shao lived in-get some!

BAD: No lights yet and Redwood City can get pretty hot in the summer.

PADS: Helmet laws are posted but not enforced.

ADDRESS: 1400 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City, CA 94061, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take 101 into Redwood City and take the Whipple Rd exit west to El Camino Real. Go South on El Camino till you hit Jefferson. Go right on Jefferson til you get to St. Francis St. and turn left. Go straight into the Red Morton Community Center parking lot and follow that all the way to the left. The skate park is on the right in the middle of the park.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Phil Shao Memorial Skatepark
Phil Shao Memorial Skatepark

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Battles

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Reviewed by Battles - December 09, 2010
 

The vibes are the best, the weather is the shit, park is ok u gotta be creative

 
 
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