The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark - Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark - Atlanta, Georgia, USA

General Information

Skatepark Name
The Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark
Opening Date
June 11, 2011
Open / Closed
Open
Lights
Yes
Inside or Outside
Outdoors
Riding Surface?
Concrete
Is there a pro shop on site?
No

Construction Info

Builder

Location

Address
830 Willoughby Way
Postal Code
30312
Latitude
33.77
Longitude
-84.36
City
Atlanta

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Overall rating 
 
3.7
Street Rating 
 
3.0
Tranny Rating 
 
4.0
Overall Rating 
 
4.0
I really like this park, located a good distance from a lot of other places in Atlanta, lots of stuff to hit up, whether you're a complete newbie or an veteran skater. Locals are chill, fun place to skate.
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Overall rating 
 
4.0
Street Rating 
 
3.0
Tranny Rating 
 
5.0
Overall Rating 
 
4.0
Right in the heart of Atlanta, this park has something for everyone. The big bowl has some really large walls and interesting pockets, the medium bowl has a mellow volcanoe in the middle as well as an oververt pocket and some other novel obstacles, and the small bowl has a pump bump with steep walls. There is a small street plaza area and a street snake run of sorts. Overall a really fun park, some of the transitions are a little different and the street area can get crowded and tough to navigate but overall a rad park well worth hitting up if you're in the city.
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The park is in a revitalized trendy part of town. There is a walking path, playground, fields, and lots to do nearby. It has lights, concrete, and is free.
The large bowl has pool coping, but the flow bowl has pipe coping that is set too far back, and is hard to tail slide on. The day I went, there were many different people from different walks of life, which you tend to get in an inner city park. I kept a close eye on my stuff.
All that being said, I had a great time. The bowls are not standard shapes, so they take some time to learn (it seems in the video that Tony Hawk felt the same way!).
Cool park, cool setting.
There is a skateshop about 5 minutes away.
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Awesomepark
its better for vert and bowl
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Well worth 5 hour drive from florida. Do not miss if you are in Atlanta. Locals were awesome and we had a BLAST!
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