Last week, I happened to be driving through Parkhill, Ontario and stumbled upon this amazing skatepark. Let’s go on a visual tour of it now.
Parkhill Libro Skateboard Park is located at 269 McLeod Street in Parkhill, Ontario.
This park has plenty of obstacles, some unique features, and a great flow.
This brick-wall quarter-pipe ramp is a neat visual and quite different from the rest of the black-top ramps.
I’m not quite sure what this one is or how to skate it.
This extended and curved rail is interesting.
I love a park that actually has a mini-ramp!
This quarter-pipe has multiple levels to it and is good for skaters of all abilities.
When you are here, make sure you follow the rules.
Stairs, pyramid, and flat ramps.
This picnic-table obstacle is really cool. I haven’t seen anything like it at any skate park.
Skateboarding is a great spectator sport. This park even has bleachers so you can sit back, relax, and take in some great skateboarding action.
It’s worth the drive to Parkhill, Ontario, Canada.
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