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Spring Street Skate Park - Pullman, Washington, U.S.A.

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Spring Street Skate Park - Pullman, Washington, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Spring Street Skate Park
Open / Closed
Open
Lights
No
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Location

Address
Paradise and Main
Postal Code
99163
Latitude
46.73
Longitude
-117.17
City
Pullman
Directions
Pullman is in Eastern Washington where the WSU campus resides. From HWY 195 (Seattle/Spokane) Southbound. Right onto HWY 270 (to Pullman). Follow 270 (Davis Way) to Pullman downtown. 2 miles take right onto Grand Ave. Go two blocks and take a left onto Paradise. Go four blocks and merge onto Main St. Go one block and take a right onto primitive road (no name.) Go one block and park is on right.

Max Aquino was kind enough to send in these shots of Pullman Washington's public skatepark. It's free outdoor and looks like some good bulkheads are in order. We're hoping to get some direction to this park as soon as possible. Feel free to help out...

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User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
 
2.0
Street Rating
 
3.0(1)
Tranny Rating
 
1.0(1)
Overall Rating
 
2.0(1)
PROS: The only really decent things about this park are the ledge and the hubba. They aren't good by any means, but if you're trying to learn ledge tricks in a smaller and safer environment, this isn't a bad place to do so.

CONS: This park is just plain awkward. By the look and feel of it, it seems as if the builders took a mediocre skate park to begin with and then squished it downwards and shrank it. The "quarter pipes" in this park have got maybe a 50 degree angle by the time you hit the top, they feel more like glorified banks than quarter pipes. There isn't much room within the park to gain momentum, and it can get really tough to skate independently even if just a handful of people are there. The majority of the coping is built way too far into the corners, making some of it virtually nonexistent.
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