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Maple Valley Skatepark - Maple Valley, Washington, U.S.A.

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Maple Valley Skatepark - Maple Valley, Washington, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Maple Valley Skatepark
Lights
No
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete

Location

Address
Witte Rd SE and 248th St
Postal Code
98038
Latitude
47.38
Longitude
-122.05
City
Maple Valley
Directions
Take HWY 18 from the north or south until you get to the main Maple Valley Exit. FRom the offramps head down the main street through Maple Valley until you cross Whitte St. Turn Right. Cross the bridge and it's just a little further at the community center on the left hand side of the street. It's not visible until you pull into the parking lot so just keep your eye on the signs leading to the community center.

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Managment
City

Maple Valley is located in the center of Western Washington. Approx. 40 miles S.E. from Seattle. Reviews have been mixed about this one. It's pretty small. Nothing over 5 feet high. But it has a nice pyramid and hip.

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Editor review

1 review
(Updated: March 28, 2014)
Maple Valley is located in the center of Western Washington. Approx. 40 miles S.E. from Seattle. Reviews have been mixed about this one. It's pretty small. Nothing over 5 feet high. But it has a nice pyramid and hip.
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User reviews

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If the horrible skatepark doesnt make you leave then the police will, dont go if you arent in the mood to be harassed by police officers and cited for ridiculous stuff. Main officer who patrols and likes to ruin your day at the skatepark is known to all of us as officer hooper other then that idk the rest of his name or his badge number but big bald tattood cop who likes to ruin your day
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Not much street stuff at this park except for a 4 stair with a super lame handrail and a hip. The transition is small and some of it is pretty poorly poured, but most of it is surprisingly smooth for the time period that it was built. There are a few good lines in the park, and the coping is in all the right places. Notably theres a pretty nice pyramid/mini ramp line and a few fun quarters.

Its one of those parks that you have to skate for a while to enjoy though. I used to hate the place until I started going there all the time.
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