Woody's Skatepark
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City Savannah
State Georgia
Country United States
Continent North America

Woody’s Skate Park (aka Woody’s Ramps and Rails) is the only skate park in Savannah GA that is legally running, fully insured, stocked and staffed. Woody’s is also the only real skate shop in town. . . That means our prices are right and we know how to grip your new deck.

GOOD: We have a great vibe! All of us are just here to skate and have fun, so come on down and chill with us. We would love to have you.

BAD: It only sucks if you want it to!

PADS: Under 18-Full pads Over 18-Only Helmet!

ADDRESS: 218 Windsor Road, Savannah GA 31419

HOW TO FIND IT: CALL US 912 925-3777 OR http://bit.ly/9A7T8F

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
Woody's Skatepark
Woody's Skatepark
Woody's Skatepark
Woody's Skatepark
Woody's Skatepark
Woody's Skatepark

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Fun Park! Great Atmosphere!

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8.0
Reviewed by Bhavik6 - May 20, 2010
 

Always someone to skate with and always someone to talk to!
The park is really fun and you will always have a great time.
If its to hot go in the pro shop and watch some skate videos and drink a powerade! Hang out with friends and then go skate! You won't regret coming and skating with us!

 
 
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