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An area designated and equipped for skateboarding.
- ‘There are several skateparks and a few street spots.’
- ‘‘On Thursday we were informed the skatepark might not be able to go ahead at all,’ she said.’
- ‘We were informed a skatepark was to be built after a discussion by the council with young people.’
- ‘Currently there are two great skateparks open in the Fresno area.’
- ‘A hardcore contingent stayed with skateboarding and built backyard half pipes and ramps as more skateparks closed.’
- ‘I work at a skatepark and know more about your little skateboard industry then you would ever want to know.’
- ‘The dedication and hard work of members of a youth council has resulted in a new skatepark being built.’
- ‘A last-ditch bid to provide a skatepark on Rayleigh's King George V playing field is being made by the town council.’
- ‘I'm hoping to design skateparks after I take some drafting classes.’
- ‘Longboards are designed for racing and are not really meant for skateparks.’
- ‘New Zealand is a country peppered with lots of skateparks and friendly people, far away from the cold and dreariness of the San Francisco winter.’
- ‘With this tool, players can create the skateparks of their dreams and actually skate them.’
- ‘Essentially, this was to be a skatepark designed and built by people who do not ride skateboards.’
- ‘When I'd go to skateparks, they'd always be blasting music.’
- ‘I just like skateparks better than any street mission because you can go there with all your friends and everyone's guaranteed a great session.’
- ‘Skateboarders and youngsters have handed over their designs for the long-awaited skatepark for Leigh.’
- ‘I'm pretty sure it's the oldest skatepark in the United States that is still in operation.’
- ‘They have built over 12 skateparks in America, one in Austria, and have projects pending in Hawaii, California and North Carolina.’
- ‘‘When I was a kid in North Carolina, there were no skateparks,’ says Crowfoot.’
- ‘‘In other areas where they've built skateparks they have had a problem of graffiti afterwards because it's a part of that culture,’ he said.’
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