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Longview Skatepark - Longview, Washington, U.S.A.

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Longview Skatepark - Longview, Washington, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Longview Skatepark
Lights
No
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

Builder

Location

Address
Washington Way and 28th Ave.
Postal Code
98632
Latitude
46.13
Longitude
-122.96
City
Longview
Directions
From either North or South follow the Dike Access Rd. ( Yep thats right! Also know as HWY. 432) Take it beyond the Dike Access Road and it turns into Nickels. Keep heading straight on it until you hit Washington Way. Then Make a left. It's just down a little ways on the left hand side of the Street. Officially at the corners of Washington Way and 28th.

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Managment
City

(update 8/23/04)

Hey I'm a longview local and would like to inform you that our skatepark has been redone! instead of ghetto green metal covered wood crap it has be redesigned in skatepark concrete.. the white kind.. The park has many new things including a new spine, a frame ledge, hip with a curve ledge, new flatbar, 2 stair manual pad with a ledge, a step up, 2 hubba ledges, a kicker to a barrier, and many other things. the city let us keep the 2 green boxes from the old park... It's an over all way better park and I think you guys should come Re-Review it, the old park gives longview a bad name.. thanks for your time!

J. Bennet


The skate park also has two halfpipes-kinda shitty, and they have recently replaced the old low box with a new one and repaired the pyramid and spine. - Jesbubwa (12/4/01)


Longview lies to the south of Olympia and the north of Vancouver Washington next to the I5 freeway. The skatepark there is not that bad and it has a lot of people who use it. It contains what you see in the picture above + a large quarter-pipe ( where I shot the photo's above from). Also, there is a really mellow snakerun that winds down a 20ft. poop hill. The hips are about as flat as a drive way but there are good pockets for doing laybacks and Berts if you can get into that sort of thing. This mound has been around for many years, probably built in the late 70's or early 80's. I don't know for sure.

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