Mystic Skatepark - Prague, Czech Republic

 
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Mystic Skatepark - Prague, Czech Republic

General Information

Skatepark Name
Mystic Skatepark
Lights
No
Restrooms
No
Free or Pay
Pay
Inside or Outside
Both
Are Pads Required?
No
Riding Surface?
Wood
Is there a pro shop on site?
Yes

Location

Address
Stvanice Island
Postal Code
170 00
Latitude
50.1
Longitude
14.44
City
Prague
Directions
metro station Florenc or Vltavska ... or just walk to Ostrov Stvanice island from the middle of town. It is next to the tennis stadium. Walk past the tennis stadium and under the train bridge and you will see the park.

Contacts

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Covered wooden park near the center of Prague

This is mostly a street/transition park but there is also a nice wooden bowl in a separate building.  There is a roof, but it is kind-of beat and is better at keeping sun out than rain.  Parts are dry enough to skate in the rain, but look out for puddles.  It is well built and really pretty big.  I like the little bonus features all over the place like pool coping in random spots.  The locals are cool and everyone was pretty chill.

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This is a really solid park, something along the lines of the SPOT of the Czech Republic in that the park is modified periodically and hosts some large competitions while have a substantial presence in the local skate scene. The park itself is fantastic with something for everyone including a bowl seperate from the park. The best thing is that it's all covered, no walls so some rain can still trickle in but for the most park you can still have a rad time even in a downpour. The only problem is that in the main portion of the park the ramps transition into concrete which isn't too bad but it can eat your speed which can be particularly problematic when doing lines across the park. Mystic is also fairly close to all of the historic/tourist sites of the city center so whether you are on a skate trip or family vacation there's no excuse not to hit this park.
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