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The Birmingham Skatepark features pre-fabricated ramps but is a local favorite amongst metro-Detroit suburban skateboarders. The park features a 5″ halfpipe that doubles as a manual pad for the street skaters and offers nice flow for the vert skaters overall throughout the park as it mixes with the street section. Perfect for any skateboarding skill level, there are plenty of kids that go on Saturday mornings!
Picture Rocks Skatepark is a 7,500 square foot skatepark located in Marana, Arizona, on the edge of Tucson’s city limits. The park is tucked away behind the Picture Rocks Park and is shared by both skaters and BMX’ers. Skateboarders are entitled to the park on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, while bikers are given Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Once you ride the park for the first time, you’ll realize why the park rules are this way. The skatepark’s designers, SITE Design Group, along with the constructors, California Skateparks, built a biker dominant park with all of their features.
Upon first entrance as a skateboarder, you’re greeted by a ledge with a step-up that serves as a welcome into the street section. The bottom ledge is perfect for skateboarders to practice their existing tricks and learn new ones, while the top ledge is a bit steep to ollie up from the flat ground. You’ll need a lot of pop to get your trucks up there, it is doable, but designed for bikers. From this feature, you have an A-Frame with a handrail along with a box and a step-up. This feature is a lot of fun, again, you’ll need a lot of pop to get onto the biker features.
The street section is a bit small with only three features, however, the combinations you can create are endless with the creativity the park’s designers put into it. Moving into the bowl and vert section right after hitting the A-Frame, you have a little mogul to speed pump off of and hit the quarter pipes and spine. Just like the street section, there are endless combinations and flows you can put together in this park. The way it’s set up given the space is really unique and on the bowl section you can go from hitting the spine and quarters as a halfpipe in one direction, switch it up and hit the pool vert in the other.
This park is great for any biker or intermediate+ level skateboarder in the Tucson area. The path to get to the park is very desolate and not many people go here, as a result you’ll be one, if not the only person at the park.
Continental Ranch Skatepark is tucked away in a beautiful neighborhood just a minutes outside of Tucson, located in Marana, AZ. This park is built for all ages and skill levels, as well as its got a full-range of other activities lined up for the non-skaters, so no time to be bored when you’re here. The skatepark is primarily a bowl with a minor street section around the bowl. If it makes sense, the bowl is basically the entire skatepark. This park is perfect for beginners learning how to ride down their first ramp, drop-in, or practice new tricks on smaller features.
Inside of the bowl section, there are multiple flows you can take to cruise around. There is a pyramid gap that doubles as a hip in the middle, a deep bowl section in the corner, in another corner there’s a section where skaters use it as a halfpipe, and a stair set with a handrail. Plenty of opportunities to ride different bowl features and improve your skateboarding skills. If skateboarding, biking, or scootering isn’t your cup of tea, there’s plenty of shade to lounge in as well as two full-fledged basketball courts and baseball fields. A lot of the skaters use the basketball courts to warm up and practice their flat ground tricks. Some of the bikers ride around both courts in circles and pop wheelies for their warmup, while some skaters bring their own rails to practice their tricks. Lots of room to play games of skate, which the skaters capitalize on while there are no basketball games going on.
Kerrville skatepark, also known as Singing Wind Park skatepark, is a concrete street focused park.
Sergeant J.R. Hatch skatepark is made up of a back and forth run with a quarter pipe and flat bank on the sides of a jumpbox.