Kirby Community Park - San Angelo, Texas, U.S.A.

 
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Kirby Community Park - San Angelo, Texas, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Kirby Community Park
Open / Closed
  • Open
Lights
No
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer
Builder

Location

Address
1401 Edmund Blvd.
Postal Code
76901
Latitude
31.48
Longitude
-100.47
City
San Angelo
Directions
Off 87 take 29th St west. The park will be on you left at Kirby Community Park.

This park features a large flow bowl with a 10ft. deep end, 14ft. extension, hips, pool coping, spined bowl and some street features on the deck. If you like riding bowls stop and ride this park. The park allows bikes. No lights. Bring your vert skills!!!

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This place had a lot of potential. 95% of the trannies here have vert on them. Even little 4ft bowled in stuff. The coping sticks out quite a bit too. I guess that's ok if you're into that type of park but it's not for everyone. It seems like they recently painted it too which causes a lot of glare and makes it slippery. The concrete work is pretty sketchy too. The bowls and even flat bottoms weren't poured or finished very well and there are seams, cracks, kinks, and uneven spots all over the park. There are some interesting lines here but this park really is for the seasoned pool/bowl rider with soft wheels that don't mind monster trucking over the obvious inconsistencies.

The street obstacles don't make much sense. After landing on one of the hips it's pointing you into the deep end of the bowl and if you try to skate the ledges you have less than 8ft to stop before you're thrown into some dirt and giant rocks. This is my first time riding a Grindline park. I'm hoping they aren't all like this. Seems like they dropped the ball on this one. It's almost like they tried to do too much. If you're driving across Texas and end up in the area consider going to Midland or Odessa. Those parks have more variety and light up at night. It's a good thing I'm not a permanent resident in San Angelo.
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