West Covina Skatepark
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West Covina Skatepark Hot


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City West Covina
State California
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by Mikal

WHAT: The Great Vincent Alvarez local park. Where should I began, park divided in to two large sections. One part being the street section the infamous bump to ledge, killer step ups step downs, nice long flat bar, 8 stair equipped with hubbas and bunch of off the wall kickers, that are simply.... awesome. Second section being a clam shell type back wall 7ft in hight. Over sized pyramid (only for the gnarly) step up ledge. Opposite side Jr. pyramid sized up down ledge.

GOOD: Park is rite off the freeway and is easily accessible. Awesome park bunch of great lil features. Lights stay on till 10pm. Spots all around and The next closest park is about 2 miles north.D Baldwin Park Skatepark GET INTO IT!

BAD: Gets filled with a bunch of internerds asking to play skate

PADS: FUCK NO! PURE UNADULTERATED STREET SKATING (with out the actual street!?)

ADDRESS: 1535 W Merced Ave, West Covina, CA 91790, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: South of the street from the West Covina mall

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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"FUCK NO! PURE UNADULTERATED STREET SKATING"

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7.0
Reviewed by mikal - April 09, 2010
 
 
 
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