Vanderhoof Skatepark - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Vanderhoof Skatepark - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

General Information

Skatepark Name
Vanderhoof Skatepark
Lights
No
Restrooms
No
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete

Construction Info

Designer
Spectrum

Location

Address
Vanderhoof Road
Latitude
43.71
Longitude
-79.35
City
Toronto
Directions
Take Leslie Road south from the 401 to Eglinton. Turn right, turn left at the first traffic light & left again at the next light on to Vanderhoof Road. The park is about 0.5 km down the street on the right.

This park has a very small street section with a two level concrete funbox, a ramp leading to a 4 set and a curved & straight 5 set with ledges.

This is where the best vert skaters go. There is a "U" shaped bowl about 1.5 metre deep on one leg. The other leg drops down about 0.5 metres & the wall rise up about the same giving a nice deep bowl with a clam shell over one corner.

 


 

 

Super fun 5 foot bowl which escalates to 6 feet and drops into a 9.5 foot
deep end (pool coping in tha deep) with an 18 foot cradle. Hands down, most
fun bowl to skate in eastern Canada.

Designed by: Spectrum

Built by: Skate High

Map

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User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
 
3.0
Street Rating
 
1.0(1)
Tranny Rating
 
4.0(1)
Overall Rating
 
4.0(1)
Bowl park
The bowl is starting to show it's age but the locals are working hard to keep the bowl in top shape. It got a flat bottom paint job the summer of 2011. The local are older and very friendly. This is by far the best transition to be skated in Toronto right now.

The street section is small. Most street guys just skate the ledges. Besides the ledges, there is a hubba and rail next to stairs. The bank to box is misplaced and not skated.
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