I was very excited when I heard of another park opening in my area, until I did the research to find out the details. Why does it always happen this way, (1) gov’t has idea to build park. (2) asks people in community for ideas. (3) goes to get contractor (4) ignores ideas of constituents and listens to people that pretend to have a clue (5) a lot of money is paid for a hunk of steaming doggy doo-doo. (6) skaters complain about crap (7) gov’t gets offended that their difficult work is not well received by the people who asked for it another cookie-cutter park that has no flow, crappy obstacles laid out in a horrible setup. That’s what’s here, it costs a lot of money to get in, you need to buy an ID card and be a resident of the town or a guest of someone in the town. Even then, it’s a lot of money for a lot of nothing and you know what? I will possibly end up going there on a very frequent basis because it’s the only thing within a 90 minute Drive. How’s that for a crappy situation? Oh! The only good thing is the half pipe, it’s 8′ tall, and has about 6″ of vert to it not the easiest ramp to learn on, but if all the kids grow up skating this, they might even forget how bad the street course is.
Why would you want to come here? Okay, if you live in the area, take the NY thruway to exit 12 (route 303) go north on route 303 about 3 miles, turn left at the light ( I think it’s the fourth or fifth light on 303) then turn right into the skate park. The skatepark is all the way in the back, behind The skate parking lot.
* How Crowded? 2
* Are pads required to skate?: full pads
* Does it cost money to skate?: yes
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