Berkeley Skatepark

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SKU: 711 Harrison St, Berkeley, CA 94710 Categories: , Tags: , , , , , ,

Orkin/Hsiang Memorial Skatepark is an outdoor skateboarding facility located in Berkeley, California. The skatepark is named in honor of two local skateboarders, Justin Orkin and Edward Hsiang, who were tragically killed in a car accident in 2007.

The skatepark features a variety of elements and obstacles, including a large bowl with a range of transitions and depths, as well as street-style sections with rails, ledges, stairs, and banks. The skatepark is designed to cater to skaters of all levels, from beginners to advanced riders, and is well-maintained to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all visitors.

In addition to its skateboarding amenities, Orkin/Hsiang Memorial Skatepark also features a mural painted by local artists in honor of Orkin and Hsiang. The skatepark is situated in a scenic location near the San Francisco Bay, adding to the overall ambiance of the park.

Orkin/Hsiang Memorial Skatepark is open to the public seven days a week, from sunrise to sunset. Admission to the skatepark is free, but skaters must wear helmets and have a waiver on file before being allowed to skate. Overall, Orkin/Hsiang Memorial Skatepark is a well-designed and meaningful skateboarding facility that serves as a tribute to two beloved members of the Berkeley skateboarding community.

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