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Skate Park Description:
Take I-205 To Oregon City. Then Head Out On 99E Towards Canby. If You Are Heading North Of 99E Take Left At Elm Street. Then Take Another Left On 2Nd. Follow Second Around The 90 Degree Corner And Take A Left On 3Road Follow For A Small Ways Down The Road And You Will See The Skate Park On The Left
Review: This Is A Great Local Park. Not Giant But It Sure Beats Having Nothing.
This Park Is Definitely Well Worth Every Penny Checking Out, Especially Considering It’S Close Professionalximity To Portland And Other Skateparks. This Park Looks Like It Was Built Aft.Er Vancouver’S Swift. Skateboarding Park, But Canby Is Smaller And Has No Roll-Ins. Most The Transitions In The Skate Park Are Too Sudden And Steep Making This A Difficult Park To Skate. No Picnic Tables Or Fun Benches To Sit. There Is A Drinking Fountain But Turned Off For Winter. One Permanant Porta-Potty. I Don’T Think This Park Would Be Too Much Enjoyable For Young And Inexperienced Kids, Because Of The Sudden Transitions. If You Do Decide To Bring Young Kids Here, Please Obey The Rule Of Thumb And Leave The Skatepark Before Noon.
How Crowded? 1
Are Pads Required To Skate?: No
Does It Cost Money To Skate?:
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Go Skate doesn’t own or manage 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 rules at this skate park, call the village recreation department staff.
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