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Skate Park Description:
This Park Rocks. Not A Really Big Park But Wally Holiday Did A Sweet Job With What Was Available. There Is A Really Good Street Section With Steps, Ledges And Big Wallenberg Type Stairs, A Bank To Ledge And A Rail On A Small Pyramid. The Bowl Is A Cliker Shaped Deal With A Rounded Speed Bump Beside The Hip. The Crete Is The Best I Have Seen. I Looked Difficult For Any Kinks Or Bad Seams And Found None. Quick Without Too Much Flat Bottom So You Can Really Fly Around. Take Rte 95 Maine Turnpike To The Gray Exit. Take Rte 26 All The Way To South Paris. You’Ll Take A Right At The High School Then Your First Left Onto Charles St. It Is Right Behind The Red Building That Used To Be A Lumber Youroad * How Crowded? 1
* Are Pads Required To Skate?: Full Pads
* Does It Cost Money To Skate?:
Skate Park Address:
Charles St South Paris ME 4281
Go Skate does not oversee this skate park. Skate at your own liability. Wear proper head, elbow, elbow, and wrist protection at all times. Go Skate will not be liable for injury at these parks. For further questions about specific regulations at this skate park, contact the town recreation department staff.
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