1970's RIP Closed Skateparks

This category is to separate out the skateparks built in the 1970's that are a big part of skateboarding's history. There's a few left around the world that are still open, so you'll have to find them in the regular OPEN skateparks or via the search box. Please dig up your old pics and share them with skaters all over the world, send to jeff@concretedisciples.com
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Freestyle Skateboard Park - Photo by John E. Bittner
 
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The first park in the Washington DC area, immortalized on the cover of Skateboarder (Vol 4. Issue 4)
El Camino Real Skateboard Track
 
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The earliest known 1970's park and the first asphalt municipal skatepark.
Skateboard Heaven - Fort Lauderdale, FL
 
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Not to be confused with the San Diego park of the same name
Skate Wave Overview
 
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Carlsbad Skatepark - Photo by Al Moote from Advanced Skateboard book
 
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Irvine Skateboard Park - The Register 27 Jan 1977, Thu ·Page 22
 
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Skater Town - Little Rock - The Commercial Appeal 11 May 1978, Thu ·Page 54
 
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Tom 'Wally' Inouye @ Skatepark Montebello - The Los Angeles Times 10 Feb 1977, Thu ·Page 178
 
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Safe Surf - Fort Pierce, FL
 
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The second of the dueling Fort Pierce skateparks
Skateboard Paradise - Panama City, FL
 
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Los Paseos Tot Lot - Boca Raton, FL
 
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A residential area built a mini-skatepark on its playground
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