Chan Skatepark
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Chan Skatepark Hot


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City Chanassen
State Minnesota
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted review by Sam

WHAT: Flat bar that goes from around 2 and half feet tall to half a foot, Pyramid box with hubba,4 foot quarter pipe,4 foot bank ramp thats not to mellow or to steep,3 and half foot spine ramp, box with a 2 foot high flat bar, box with a up flat and down rail thats around a foot high, 3 foot bank ramp with a 3 foot quarter connected to it, 3 and half foot mini ramp, 3 foot quarter pipe, skate lite picnic tables, and some concrete benches waxed up for your sliding pleasure

GOOD:The Mini ramp,the bank ramp,and all the homies that are up there,and the concrete benches

BAD: To many scooter's and bikes,some little kids that get in the way but they usually move,and cops coming up there all the time PADS:Only if you want to wear them

ADDRESS:7700 Market Blvd Chanhassen Minnesota 55317

HOW TO FIND IT: Map quest that shit!

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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Meh

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7.0
Reviewed by SamLevy - October 14, 2010
 

This is a good park for kids just starting to skate,or if you like to skate mini ramps and dont want to pay to skate 3rd lair.Lots of cool kids up there,but there all some douche bags who go up to the park and don't skate and just try to start shit.If you pick up your trash then the locals will be cool with you,fun place to just go fuck around for an hour or 2.

 
 
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