Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton

Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton

 
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Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton
Rudy Rada Skatepark - Pendleton

General Information

Skatepark Name
Rudy Rada Skatepark
Size (square footage, no comma)
11000 square feet.
Opening Date
October 17, 2008
Open / Closed
Open
Lights
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Designer
Builder

Location

Address
OR-37 and SW Dorion Ave and SW Court Ave
Postal Code
97801
Latitude
45.67
Longitude
-118.81
City
Pendleton

Contacts

Phone Number
(541) 276-8100
Managment
City

11/05/2008 It was designed and built by Dreamland and completed on October 17, 2008. There is 11,000 square feet of skate-able surface with a good mix of street and transition. Dreamland incorporated some gigantic boulders that were on the site, including the really big one you see at the bottom right corner of the photo. Bikes are OK but pegs MUST be removed. The park is open until midnight and lit for nighttime use. - Deb W.

Map

Swap Start/End

User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
 
4.7
Street Rating
 
4.0
Tranny Rating
 
5.0
Overall Rating
 
5.0
This park is bad ass! I loved the bowls, really good lips and transitions. Fun obstacles all around the park. This park should never get boring. I loved it!
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Street stuff is pretty small, except for the stairs which have a solid handrail and some good ledges, and a pretty gnarly brick bank to wall type thing. The small stuff is pretty unique without being too weird to skate, a really fun street section for its size. There's also a really nice hip.

The bowl is really nice and well poured, a nice mix of metal and pool coping and very easy to flow around in. Most of it is a little too deep for a typical skater though. Not a whole lot of people really get up on the coping. Also, the shallow end is a little steep, as is the case with a lot of Dreamland parks.

All in all pretty solid
M
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It is not too far off the highway and you can't miss it on the way into town. Park in empty lot across from park or you have to hike/skate a long ways. The bowl section has lots of flow and lines. There is an extention and plentiful pool coping. The flow area has some bricks and some launches(fly-outs are popular here. The street section has boulders with crete and some wallrides, a rail, etc. Unique features make this place a lot of fun. Definitely recommended if you are passing thru!
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