- Dry Ridge Concrete Skatepark, Dry Ridge, Kentucky, USA
Dry Ridge Concrete Skatepark, Dry Ridge, Kentucky, USA
Dry Ridge Concrete Skatepark
Size (square footage, no comma)
12000 square feet.
Open / Closed
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Is there a pro shop on site?
24 S Main St
Take 75 north, exit at Dry Ridge, veer right and the park is on the right at Piddle Park. It is built into a hill, has a fast snake run at the top, bench T like grind platforms, a bridge, mogul like bumbs in the horseshoe and a tight kidney shaped bowl. This park has speed lines everywhere.
This is a funny little park, but it gets more interesting as you skate it more. At first it seems really bad, but then you start finding cool little stuff here and there. The concrete is smooth, but the design is a little weird. Most of the stuff to skate is too small. Good luck.
ok if it is your local park
It is concrete, that is always a plus. It is different. There are pump bumps, and weird stuff, but for the most part everything there is pretty small, and too easy to skate. It would be very nice to have as a local park, but it is not worth travelling to. It also seems like it was built in 1995. There are many better parks that have been built since then.