Skatelab Skatepark
Updated: January 08, 2010

Skatelab Skatepark Hot


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City Simi Valley
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

Indoor Park and Skateboard Museum just north of LA, featuring 2 huge street coarses with almost everything you'd want to skate. Hips, banks, rails, pyramids, ledeges, vert walls and more. An 8 foot wood bowl, 6 ft mini w/spine and 4 foot mini complete the park. There's also an outdoor mini ramp section.

GOOD: This is a great place that represents skateboardings history (the museum) and what is a part of skateboarding today, street coarses and mini ramps. Everything is built well and there's definitely something for everyone to ride.

BAD: You'll be wishing that you had a Skatelab in your town.

PADS: Yes.

ADDRESS: 4195 Valley Fair St, Simi Valley, CA 93063, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: From the 405 north (from LA) take the 118 west and exit Stearns and go left. Make a right on Cochran and then a left on Tapo street. Turn right onto Valley Fair and the park is on your left. Skate Lab 4226 Valley Fair St. Simi Valley CA, Phone: 805-578-0040

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 7 / 10

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