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Marina Del Rey Skatepark (1978 - )

Marina Del Rey Skatepark was a skatepark in Los Angeles, California. It is now gone.

Also known as: Los Angeles Skatepark


 

Location:

Marina Del Rey Skatepark was located near Santa Monica and Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California.

History:

Marina Del Rey Skatepark was developed from concept by Dennis Ogden, with design help from Ray 展oody Allen, and opened in November 1978.

The park consisted of three pools complete with tile, coping and a special plaster, A 10 foot deep half pipe with a capsule end, Two intermediate 澱rown bowls, a beginners bowl area, a 230 yard long slalom with smooth transitioned banks, and a large freestyle area with gentle sloping banks.

Due to lack of recreational skaters and revenue, Marina Del Rey Skatepark was put up for sale in the fall of 1982.


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