Johnson Skatepark
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City Johnson
State Vermont
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted by colorblindbowen

10 year old park on a defunct trailer park loop in a tiny town in Vermont. Built by skaters, for skaters, it's one of the best parks in Vermont. Park is a 1/4 mile long L shaped, 16ft wide asphalt road. Features include: 6' quarter with pool coping and 18" (a little over)vert extension Jersey barrier quarter 4'tall 16' wide spined mini ramp Split level table top with hubbas, flat ledge, and a wallride China bank w/brick coping 3' spine Big O replica quarter with flat concrete coping and a 3' wide door of death 4' pretty steep banked hip at the end There are also a couple of narrow camel humps and a couple of tranny hips We've got a grill, running water, and plenty of swimming spots close by. The park is Alcohol and Tobacco free, a great place for the fam.

Address: 39-187 Park Loop Johnson, VT 05656

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Johnson Skatepark
Johnson Skatepark
Johnson Skatepark
Johnson Skatepark
Johnson Skatepark
Johnson Skatepark

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9.0   (1)
 
 

Me Johnson es su Johnson

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9.0
Reviewed by colorblindbowen - July 08, 2010
 

Middle of nowhere, green grass, trees all around, and unique stuff to skate.

 
 
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