Port Aransas Community Skatepark
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Port Aransas Community Skatepark Hot


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City Port Aransas
State Texas
Country United States
Continent North America

This park just opened. Wally Hollyday design and build with some help from California Skateparks. Definitely worth checking out!!!

WHAT: Kidney pool with tile and pool coping. A mini bowl ranging from 4-5ft. and a street/flow area.

GOOD: Everything. This park kills!

BAD: Bring a broom. This park is on the gulf. Sand blows into the bowls.

PADS: No.

ADDRESS: 700 Clark Pkwy, Port Aransas, Texas 78373

HOW TO FIND IT: From Aransas Pass take the ferry. As soon as you get off the ferry you will see a sign for the skatepark. Take your first right, then another right to get into Community Park.

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Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Port Aransas Community Skatepark
Port Aransas Community Skatepark
Port Aransas Community Skatepark
Port Aransas Community Skatepark
Port Aransas Community Skatepark
Port Aransas Community Skatepark

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Port Aransas Skatepark

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Reviewed by Carter - April 13, 2010
 
 
 
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