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Chehalem Skate Park - Newberg, Oregon, U.S.A.

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Chehalem Skate Park - Newberg, Oregon, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Chehalem Skate Park
Lights
No
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
Yes
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer
Builder

Location

Address
1201 S Blaine St
Postal Code
97132
Latitude
45.29
Longitude
-122.98
City
Newberg
Directions
Entering Newberg from the North along HWY. 99 take a left onto Blaine St. and follow til the end on a dirt road. (That's the parking lot). If your coming from I5 from the south you hit the HWY99 a little north. Just follow previous directions when you get to HWY99. From Oregon Coast along HWY. 99 take a right on Blaine St. and follow the above.

Contacts

Phone Number
(503) 538-7454
Managment
City

 

Map

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Editor review

1 review
Newberg Oregon's skatepark is DOPE, SICK, SWEET, KILLER, FRESH, FREAKY, FLY, AWESOME, COOL and whatever other adjectives are used to describe anything good. Finally the SKATE GODS graced the world with the best piece of concrete artwork ever made. This is the best example of a skatepark made by skaters for skaters. I wish all skateboard parks could be this large and well built. Just let your mouse do some scrolling and dream of the day you get to road trip it here.

Amenities:
Bathrooms and a snack stand are on premises.
Open from Dawn til Dusk, helmets are required. (We even recommend them for the vert bowls) This skatepark is a must visit! Try to stay a while since you could ride it for a month and still find new things to try. Helmets are now required!
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User reviews

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Overall rating
 
4.3
Street Rating
 
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Tranny Rating
 
5.0(1)
Overall Rating
 
5.0(1)
OG skatepark heaven
Sick, huge park and one of the ones that seemed to bring on a bunch of new great parks in Oregon. Although the cement isn't what it used to be and the coping isn't as fat as some of the other parks, this is a must check out if you're in Oregon and into skateboarding. Bring your fast setup. Also helmets used to be strictly enforced, but I don't know if that's the case anymore because alot of people were not wearing them, but bring one along just in case.
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