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Ryan C. Joubert Memorial Skatepark - Fitchburg, Massachusettes, U.S.A.

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Ryan C. Joubert Memorial Skatepark - Fitchburg, Massachusettes, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Ryan C. Joubert Memorial Skatepark
Lights
Yes
Restrooms
Yes
Inside or Outside
Outside
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Location

Address
Park Hill Park
Postal Code
01420
Latitude
42.57
Longitude
-71.81
City
Fitchburg
Directions
Beech Street, Park Hill Park Fitchburg Massachusetts.From Route 2 East, take South St., Merriam Ave. Take Left off exit. At second light, take a left. Take sixth right onto Rollstone Rd. At stop sign, take a left. Take first right onto Beech St. Park Hill Park will be on your right. -- Directions: From Route 2 West, take South St., Merriam Ave. Take Right off exit. Take a left at light. At next light, take a left. Take sixth right onto Rollstone Rd. At stop sign, take a left. Take first right onto Beech St. Park Hill Park will be on your right.

Contacts

Email
skate@fitchburgskatepark.com
Managment
City

Just opened up this month and its killer. This place is FUN. The bowl is a great time and a good one for younger guys to learn on and can keep an old gnar dog stoked for a good while. The trannys throughout most of the park are pretty quick with really big steel coping, but you get used to it all fast. Has some odd terrain/obstacles but kids were really getting clever with them. Has a couple flat and kinked bars, little half snake run, little 6ft ext. with pool coping. A lot of roll-ins. Overall a really good time for most anyone unless you hate tranny.

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User reviews

(Updated: August 20, 2016)
One of my favorite outdoor skate parks in MA. The pool coping is gone (probably from BMX and scooter pegs), but still skate able. The city covers up any graffiti, unlike most skate parks in MA. The park is OK for inline skates. NOT recommended for BMX because most of the transitions are too small and steep for bikes. Which is why the Fitchburg BMX park was built adjacent from the skatepark to resolve conflict between skaters and bikers back in 2006. Lots of scooter kids come here with ZERO skatepark etiquette.
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