Rancho Penasquitos (P.Q.) Skatepark
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Rancho Penasquitos (P.Q.) Skatepark Hot


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City San Diego
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by mikal

WHAT: Killer park first of its kind I believe, being the first public park to incorporate the use of concrete obstacles and wood check the video for full details on the park get out there and check it out. MAKE A TRIP OUT OF IT! This park then head down the street to POWAY then make the trek down to WASHINGTON STREET don't be a BUSTER, GET OUT THERE!

GOOD: OOH THE GOOD!... one of the best, check the video!

BAD: No bad......All good

PADS: Yes pretty sure there's a pad nanny

ADDRESS: 10001-10187 Carmel Mountain Rd, San Diego, CA 92129, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Rite off the "Ted Williams" 8fwy next to the stater brothers parking lot

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Reviewed by mikal - April 08, 2010
 
 
 
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