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- Richland, Washington, United States
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Richland Skatepark Montage - Source - krang206


 - Richland, Washington, United States
Richland WA Skatepark - Photo by Dan Hughes


 - Richland, Washington, United States
Richland WA Skatepark - Photo by Dan Hughes


 - Richland, Washington, United States
Richland WA Skatepark - Photo by Dan Hughes


 - Richland, Washington, United States
Richland WA Skatepark - Photo by Dan Hughes



Richland is an interesting park. It was designed by Wormhoudt. The street area was built by Kennewick Concrete, a local company. The bowls were started by a company out of Oregon, Corp. Inc. But due to their inability pour tranny correctly, Grindline was hired to fix and finish their work, and build phase two. Phase two is a sick bowl, designed and built by Grindline. The deep end is similar to the deep end in Aumsville, OR (10 feet deep), and the shallow end is similar to Carnation, WA. Overall this park will serve the community very well. It will have lights, but caution bikes are allowed.
Dan H.

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Relevent Information:
Overall Rating: 9
Tranny Rating: 9
Street Rating: 8
Average Reader Rating: 9 (8 votes)
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Address: 1131 Goethals Dr
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Lights: Yes
Restrooms: Yes
Free or Pay: Free
Inside or outside:
Are pads Required: No
Riding Surface Material: Concrete
Is there a ProShop on site?: No
The skatepark is (approx.): 15,000
Date Opened: 2005-04-23
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Designer: Wormhoudt, Grindline
Builder: Corp. Inc., Kennewick Concrete, and Grindline
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About 4 hours from Portland or Seattle.

Take I-182 into Richland
Take the 5B exit onto George Washington Way
Head North until you reach Swift Blvd.
Left onto Swift Blvd.
Right onto Goethals Dr.
Park is on your Right about 1/2 mile up the road.
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