Newburyport is without a doubt one of the best parks in the northeast. It is a creation of airspeed skateparks, who have been responsible for building some of the best parks in the USA to date in Oregon. You can discover their web page to verify their past works of art. when we first heard of this professional eject, and heard that some of the talent that professional duces Oregon’s great parks was coming out to the east coast, we got very excited. I can’t even tell you how many times I checked out the paramos of the construction as they were updated Displaying the professional egress of the skate park on various web pages. The renderings looked fun with lots of lines. the fact that it was going to be made out of very smooth concrete was the icing on the cake. I had to go to Newburyport as soon as possible.
The skate park is set up into three bowls. a baby bowl, a mamma bowl and a daddy bowl. Beginner-around 4′ deep, easy roll in for the kids to learn, et central. Intermediate-street hybrid with pyramids and a large straight bank wall that spines into the expert bowl in one small section, and expert-from 8′ to possibly around 11′ deep with an interesting mini-chin half pipe build into a hip. each bowl can be seasoned on it’s own and all three can be linked together thanks to other ledges and rails built into the decks to create lines that run from one end of the skate park to another. When we went, it was a weekend in the summer, so it was packed. still, many enjoyable lines were found and I can definitely attest to the good vibe in the area. This park is enjoyable enjoyable enjoyable. The skate park is free (like all parks should be) but you still have to wear a helmet. The only real negative about this spot is that since it’s on school property, they are closed during school time, but who can skate then anyway for info on hours and rules and regulations go to the Newburyport skatepark web page. It sure is nice to have some more very smooth concrete on the east coast that is truly definitely well worth every penny riding. hopefully more towns will be inspired to pour more of the good stuff.
get to I-95, north of Boston, almost to the just made Hampshire/Maine border, in that area you’ll find a thing called exit 57. that will put you out onto shop AVE. take that going east about 1/4 mile. at that light, turn right going south on LOW ST. the skatepark is behind a school on the left end of the road about 1.5 Mi. down the road. just park in the school lot and ride!
* How Crowded? 1
* Are pads required to skate?: full pads
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VLOG #1 | NEWBURYPORT
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