Santa Cruz Skatepark

As a young skater the Santa Cruz name meant a hell of a lot to me. In fact my first pro deck was a Santa Cruz – Jeff Kendall (1986 Graffiti Model) and I still remember the day I got it after saving up for many many months… I couldn’t even set it up for the first few days I was so amazed to own it. Seriously!  I mean check out this epic session from ” purchase online without prescription baclofen В· purchasing celexa buy lamisil online without prescription online buy albuterol: online pharmacies appear to be all over the net at presents, supplying their solutions and guaranteeing you there isn’t a much better location. Order Lamisil without prescription В· buy pillsВ  Wheels of Fire“, it’s still amazing in every way (and the soundtrack is a cracker!) I must have watched it a thousand times. So it’s kind of a big deal just visiting this place. But enough about me…  we were here to check out the skatepark!

Let me start by saying the Locals (yeah Caps on that) were truly awesome, so very welcoming and encouraging, especially for younger skaters. There’s a real sense of team spirit here – perhaps it comes from such a long and established skateboarding history.

So, some details. The skatepark is essential two separate parts, the old (the bowls) and the new (the street). The old part is and epic wonderland of bowls and old school pools ranging from 6ft-12ft and beyond (yeah it goes full 360° – if you’re into that). The transitions are perfect and well thought out and the coping is truly spectacular – its a joy just leisurely cruising around this place. But given the amount of amazing skaters that shred her, be prepared for it to explode with amazing sessions at any time.

The street section is a similarly cracking affair (Im lead to believe this is a relatively new addition to the skatepark). Its a basic end-to-end setup with a nice 6ft roll-in-bank at one end that leads to a series of perfectly designed ledges & banks that lead to a nice little set of stairs, handrails and hubba’s. All in all it sounds pretty stock standard, but everything here just blends perfectly… the transitions are spot on, the surface is blissfully smooth, the coping and edging is slick and the whole packing is just awesome.

Rounding things out at the far end is beautiful little bowl (yeah like 2ft little) that is so perfect for the kiddies who are still finding their feet, or just as much fun for those who just wanna go berserk on a nice little transitions with bitching coping. A lot of fun for all kinds of lip tricks.

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There’s plenty of parking, a decent viewing area, bubblers and toilets. The day we were there we even spotted squirrel… for realz. This is one of those place you just have to hit.
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Sammy says

This is a totally sick skatepark with so many different variates of obstacles and ramps. It can get crowded here but because its so big it can still be fun with lots of people. One of the best things here is the mini bowl and there is also a really sick bowl if your a vert skater. I think young skaters should definitely skate here because theres so many good things to learn. There’s places to learn vert dropp-ins, a mini bowl to learn lip tricks and even a street section. This skatepark is definitely worth checking because of its massive variety and sickness.

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California, Northern California, Skateparks, United States

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