Skatespot Indoor Skatepark
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Skatespot Indoor Skatepark Hot


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City Lafayette
State Louisiana
Country United States
Continent North America

Submitted by user SkateSpot37

The Largest indoor skate park in Louisiana. Keeping it real way down south. We've got tranny to fulfill your wildest dreams. There is a 5 foot bowl, hubbas, handrails, flatbars, and the infamous WAVE. With over 20,000 sq ft. of skating area we've pretty much got everything covered. We have a concession stand, home of Louisiana's famous Nachos. Helmets are required for ages 18 and under. Come out, skate, and enjoy some SOUTHERN COMFORT.

Address: : 4317 Johnston St Lafayette, LA 70503

How To Find It: Right behind Don's Seafood Hut on Johnston St.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Skatespot Indoor Skatepark
Skatespot Indoor Skatepark
Skatespot Indoor Skatepark
Skatespot Indoor Skatepark
Skatespot Indoor Skatepark

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yeah dude.

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Reviewed by SkateSpot337 - March 18, 2010
 
 
 
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