(Updated 8/2004)This park is free, cement, and outdoors. We had a great time there in spite of the heat in the middle of the summer. The Snake Run and Street course are pretty good. There are some kinda funky trannys around there but once you get down into the deeper areas they are a lot better. The 10 bowl is decent - but not great- and is lined with some pseudo pool coping. It's good enough for airs, inverts, and lip tricks if you got them though. It links up into the snake run with a good hip and a 7 foot round bowl. There's some fun lines to be had on that stuff. The biggest drawback is some of the rough surface around the park and some coping isn't set perfectly. There's bathrooms, parking, and a drinking fountain for your use.
- Grants Pass Skatepark - Grants Pass, Oregon, U.S.A.
Grants Pass Skatepark - Grants Pass, Oregon, U.S.A.
Grants Pass Skatepark
Open / Closed
Free or Pay
Inside or Outside
Are Pads Required?
Is there a pro shop on site?
800 SE M St.
From South of Eugene and North of Medford, I-5 to Exit #55 Hwy 199 west/south. Go about 1/2 mile to M Street. Go West (right turn) and within 100 yards the park is on the right. Address = 820 SE M St. Grants Pass, OR 97526
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Loved the snake run!!
Darn it all!! Why didn't they have this in the eighties when I lived there? The closest thing to a bank we had was the transitions we poured in irrigation ditches. I loved the snake run, took about 8 runs to really start to figure out the lines (and two epic slams at the bottom) but when it came together it was GREAT!! If you are going up I-5 do yourself a favor and swing in for the day!! And is you are a street guy... stop at medford...