Singing Winds Skatepark
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City Kerrville
State Texas
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by Carter

Local mom Misty Blevins spent years fundraising to get this park built. There are still plans for a phase 2 in the works.

WHAT: A 9000 sqft. concrete park featuring ledges, a handrail, steps, a pyramid, a step up gap, quarterpipes, bowl corners, hips and a jersey barrier.

GOOD: This park is worth the stop, it has a little bit of everything if you are a street ripper or tranny shredder. Plus the Guadalupe River is about 10 minutes away.

BAD: It's on top of a hill so it can get windy.

PADS: No

ADDRESS: 2116 Singing Wind Dr, Kerrville, Texas 78028

HOW TO FIND IT: Off I-10 take Hwy 16 West. Then take a left at Memorial Pkwy. Pass the high school. Take a right at Singing Winds Dr. Drive past the neighborhood and the skatepark is on the right.

Skatepark submitted by www.skatepark.org

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Singing Winds Skatepark
Singing Winds Skatepark
Singing Winds Skatepark

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Kerrville Skatepark

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Reviewed by Carter - April 11, 2010
 
 
 
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