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Brea Skatepark - Brea, Southern California, United States
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Brea Skatepark - Brea, Southern California, United States
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The Skatepark in Brea took it's sweet time in getting built. I remember as a kid back in 1992 going to Momma's skateshop to buy bushings and bearings and stickers and stuff and they were petitioning the city for a park almost 10 years ago.

Well, if anyone is still around from those days then they are probably at the park enjoying the fun stuff to ride. I think everyone and their sister will be there when you go, it's quite a crowded spot. But when you catch a clear line through the place there are some good trannies, hips, and rails to be ridden.

This park is free, concrete, outdoors, helmets are required. Nothing is over 5 feet tall and there is some flow through it so that is fun.

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Relevent Information:
Overall Rating: 4
Tranny Rating: 5
Street Rating: 4
Average Reader Rating: 6 (13 votes)
Designer: Purkiss-Rose
Address: W Imperial Hwy and S Berry St
Phone Number:
E-mail Contact:
Website: Click Here for Official Site
Lights: No
Free or Pay: Free
Inside or outside: Outside
Are pads Required: Yes
Riding Surface Material: Concrete
Is there a ProShop on site?: No
The skatepark is (approx.): N.A.

Directions:  Print Directions

From the 57 fwy in Brea take Imperial Highway West. Hang a left on Brea Blvd. Then hang a right @ Elm and go all the way down the street and it is in a park on the left side.

From the cities website:
The skate park is located in Arovista Park (Imperial Hwy. at Berry Street) just south of the Amphitheatre. You can skate daily from 7:00 a.m. to dusk.
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