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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Taylor Park Ramp -- Rockledge, FL
 
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The East Coast's first municipal park, open for only a week before it was buried!
Palm Bay Ramp - Palm Bay, FL
 
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The second of two parks built by Brevard county in the first weeks of 1976.
Surferdrome - Sarasota, FL
 
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An early park doomed to a short life for its lack of vert
Skateboard City - Port Orange, FL
 
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The first park from the "skatepark business" boom of the late 70's
The Golf Club - Fort Myers, FL
 
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A skatepark added to a family golf center
Sparks Skatepark - Goleta - Goleta Sun 11 Jan 1978, Wed ·Page 5
 
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Skateboard Junction at Escape Country - Trabuco Canyon, CA
 
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Massive ten acre skatepark built in an outdoor adventure park better known for motorcycle racing
Skateboard Park - Salisbury, MD
 
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The inland sibling of the Ocean Bowl
Callaway Park Track - Elwood, IN
 
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A simple asphalt track built by a career Gym teacher.
Concrete Wave - Anaheim - LA TIMES 1977
 
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