big roll in with a funbox in middle then a quarter pipe
a spine with little roll in and a little quarter pipe
a bank with a little 6 stair with rail in middle
and a fly box on the other side with bench in very middle of park.
Went southbound for a trip to Port Orford and Brookings last week. Had to
hit up Crescent City since we had not scene the new park. I like the town,
as I usually take my surfboard along. Skate the parks and then surf if I see
a good wave.
No good waves this trip and no good skatepark in Crescent City -- Pre-Fab
What a freakin waste of money and time! I can't believe that an entrenched
surfing community like Crescent City, with Rhyn Noll being in town and
helping to raise the like $200,000 for this trophy to crapdom!
I would've thought the old surfer dudes would have at least wanted a better
snake run than Arcata... no waves? Go concrete surfing, but no!
Pour a big flat concrete pad and put some four-fout high quarter-pipes and a
pyramid up... some rails, a mock loading dock and skate-designed picnic
table up and all the local businesss owners can tell the local kids to get
lost and go to the skatepark.
We found two teens boys there just sitting on the ledge.. No boards even,
just cell phones. All that wide-open space and metal... good receiption!
They pointed me to broken bolts and a hole in the bank wall. The place is
just a couple of months old!!!
Is thatt all these pre-fab skateparks are good for? Cover the town's ass by
"giving" the kids a skatepark so they aren't out skating in front of the
Don't bother stopping in Crescent City, unless you see a surfable wave!