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Franklin Skatepark - Franklin, Tennessee, U.S.A.

 
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Franklin Skatepark - Franklin, Tennessee, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Franklin Skatepark
Open / Closed
  • Open
Extra Info
IKON Construction, Inc. Brentwood, TN was the contractor that built the park.
Lights
No
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
Helmets Only
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer

Location

Address
3248 Boyd Mill Ave.
Postal Code
37064
Latitude
35.92
Longitude
-86.89
City
Franklin
Directions
From I-65, take Exit 65Head West on Hwy 96. Stay in left lane.Go 2.4 miles.Turn Left on S. Margin St. after RR tracks.Go two blocks (.1 miles).Turn Right on 5th Ave. S.Go .3 miles.Turn Left on Hwy 96 W.Go .8 miles.Turn Left on Boyd Mill Ave.Go .2 miles, park is on the right. Stoke!

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Overall rating
 
3.7
Street Rating
 
4.0
Tranny Rating
 
3.0
Overall Rating
 
4.0
If you like stairs, rails, and hubbas, this place will make for a fun afternoon! The whole park is symmetrical aside from the huge pool that dominates the end of the park farthest from the entrance. There's a small double 2 set in the middle with a high rail that isn't steep at all. Across from the double set is an 8 set (I believe) with a smooth rail and hubbas. Each side of the park has a 4 set with a rail and flat hubba ledge. Surrounding the corners of the park are long, low ledges for manuals or slides/grinds. Every stair set also has an optional kicker that you can use instead of the stairs, which helps maintain speed for lines throughout the park. Great place for beginners to hit some smaller sets or for more advanced skaters to throw lines and practice on the 8 set.
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The street area is large, but not too exciting. Beginners is the word that comes to mind. The bowl on the other hand is very nice. It is made of concrete, and very smooth. Due to its age (as of 10-2014), the surface is very grippy, which allows for endless lines, and lots of speed. The coping is pipe coping, although it seems to be set well and very consistent all over. The bowl is a left hand kidney, and it probably 5' and 10' deep. Very fun. Not much shade.
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