This is my new favourite skateboard park. It is located on the Aamjiwnaang First Nation at 1972 Virgil Avenue in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
The ramps are metal and offer a smooth ride. There are plenty of obstacles, some great ramps, and even a dual leveled half-pipe.
I wish every skatepark had one of these ramps. I love a small mini-ramp that lets me do some of my old school and vert tricks.
The angle and size of this ramp is perfect too!
This obstacle is a lot of fun. It has a short quarter-pipe at the end that lets me practice my stalls and grinds.
This is the typical ramp you find at most skateparks, but it has a gap to jump as well.
I like this pyramid-styles ramp. I was able to get a little bit of air on it too. I just need to work on my landings.
This is a tall quarter-pipe launch ramp.
Here is a roll-in ramp, along with a steep quarter-pipe launch.
This is a gorgeous park. I am glad I found it. I will be going back here often this summer. You can count on that!
When you visit skateparks, remember to take good care of them. These are meant for everybody (just not bikes or scooters) I love that too!
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