San Pedro Springs Skatepark
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San Pedro Springs Skatepark Hot


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City San Antonio
State Texas
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: Pedro Park is a concrete slab skaters have been riding since the 70's. In 2004, the city designated the spot as a skatepark and let skaters install rails, benches, angle iron on the existing ledges and a concrete radial ledge/manual pad.

GOOD: The park is located near downtown. It has great shade and is a good spot for filming. San Pedro Springs Park is the second oldest park in the nation. Plus a natural spring feed pool is right next the park.

BAD: No oververt, pool coping or mega jumps.

PADS: NO

ADDRESS: 1300 San Pedro, San Antonio, Texas 78212

HOW TO FIND IT: The park is right across the street from San Antonio College. From I-35 exit San Pedro, head north, take a left at W. Ashby Pl. Then take a left on N. Flores St. Park on N. Flores. The skatepark is in the back of the park.

Skatepark submitted by www.skatepark.org

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
San Pedro Springs Skatepark
San Pedro Springs Skatepark
San Pedro Springs Skatepark
San Pedro Springs Skatepark

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San Pedro Park

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Reviewed by Carter - April 06, 2010
 
 
 
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