Woodward Skatepark Philadelphia situated at Franklin Mills in Philadelphia, PA off of I-95 has something for every type of skater. The hometown of such professionals as Bam Margera, Kerry Getz, Chris Cole, Tom Boyle, Josh Kalis and tons of other sponsored riders. The skate park is always getting ripped by the local skaters.
The skate park has a 13′ x 40′ competition size vert ramp, a 4′ spine/ hipped mini half pipe, and street terrain from big transition to tech. The Philly skatepark is our most technical park with lots of banks, ledges, round and square rails of varying sizes and a eurogap for street skaters and a larger course with lots of transition for old school rippers and bikes. There is also a smaller course for beginners. This park was also built by Woodward’s Keystone Ramps, and is covered (for rain) in SkateLite professional riding surface.
Park features include an arcade, observation deck, and a giant professional shop with the latest offerings of action sports equipment clothing and accessories.
For more information call (215) 612-1168 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (215) 612-1168 end_of_the_skype_highlighting
1943 Franklin Mills Circle
Philadelphia, PA 19154 * How Crowded? 5
* Are pads required to skate?: full pads
* Does it cost money to skate?: yes
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