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RIP WASTELAND

Here we have some photos of the now demolished Wasteland DIY skate park in Oakland California. Oddly enough, this park was built with the help of a Louisiana Native, Tony Miorana from Houma, LA. Short lived, CALTRANS, “dozed,” the park … Continue reading

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Old School : Derby Skate Park, Santa Cruz, California

Derby Skate Park may very well be one of the oldest skate parks in the nation! Built by Wormhoudt Inc, sometime ago. This park is a great land mark, but should never be duplicated. This skate park is very unassuming … Continue reading

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Franklin and Florida : What is and what could be

The city owned bridge and viaduct beneath at franklin and florida st, could be an incredible place for a new skate park of any kind. it’s shaded, and very visible. The city could take some initiative, or who knows, maybe … Continue reading

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Lafitte Greenway looking very hopefull

this article on nola.com wastes no time getting to the meat! EVERYONE DO THIS SURVEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it’s about lafitte greenway!

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Busted BBall courts could use a facelift!

The intersection of Lapeyrouse and N.Roman currently hosts a dilapidated basketball court that is unused. We could take a cue from Austin, Texas, and their micro skate spot in Patterson Park. Built with donated materials and labor, this small ramp … Continue reading

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Hunter’s Field

Hunter’s field offers a natural allure to skateboarders. There is lots a variety of terrain, smooth pavement, and plenty of space. The park is currently used for many sanctioned activities like cheerleading practice, football schrimages, and soccer. There are plenty … Continue reading

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DIY San Pedro, CA : Expect Exceptional Results

It’s hard to go wrong when the facility is built by it’s users. Channel Street Skate Park is hard proof of that. This park is one of the most beautiful I’ve seen to date, very functional, and well managed. As … Continue reading

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