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Walter E Hall Park - Everett, Washington, U.S.A.

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Walter E Hall Park - Everett, Washington, U.S.A.

General Information

Skatepark Name
Walter E Hall Park
Extra Info
Restrooms
Yes
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Location

Address
1226 S.W. Casino Road
Postal Code
98201
Latitude
47.92
Longitude
-122.25
City
Everett
Directions
The name of the park is Walter E Hall park. Going north on I-5 take the hwy 526 back across I-5 take 1st exit (evergreen way) turn left on evergreen way go two blocks turn right on W Casino go approx two miles park is on the left.

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25 miles north of downtown Seattle is the Everett skatepark. Finally there is something worth putting on this website from the state of Washington. It's definitely worth checking out if your ever in the neighborhood. It has a long bowl that's slightly tilted with 2 hips running out of it into the street course. The pyramid is good the ledge is good and most of the rest of the park is littered with various other obstacles, bowls, trannies and ledges.

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Editor review

1 review
(Updated: March 28, 2014)
Check it out if your near there.
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User reviews

1 review
Overall rating
 
3.3
Street Rating
 
3.0
Tranny Rating
 
3.0
Overall Rating
 
4.0
Be it eeeeeever so humble... There's no place like home.

One of my two home parks (Mill Creek being the other) this one holds a special place in a lot of locals' hearts. Back in the 90's before Skateparks became commonplace this park was one of the first places a lot of Snohomish County residents encountered a concrete playground just for us. This was the place that we became familiar with transitions, coping, dropping in, and all those skills you take for granted so many years after they've become solidified. There was a time the 6 foot quarter pipes in the West end and the bowl seemed huge, but with time they just seem tame with mellow radius' and tiny coping. Sadly, the park is coming up on 20 years old and is located in a VERY high-density low-income housing area. Casino Road in Everett is known to be quite sketchy, but being in a public park next to a golf course the worst you usually see is unsupervised kids on scooters who need some guidance on run etiquette. I go to Mill Creek to get runs and work on my pumps, but I come to Walter E to land tricks and feel like I know what I'm doing.

Also; a lot of the locals at this park are lifers. I've sat back and witnessed quite a few groms grow up and become the local legends. Generally a nice bunch of dudes that will put on quite a show if you're keen to watch, but they're the minority compared to the kids that probably don't belong in the park just yet. Be mindful of traffic jams.
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