Post YOUR Park!


#1

I’ll start. Here is a park my dad and a friend helped me work on.


#2

That’s sick man. My wife and I are starting my park very soon.


#3

Thanks man! Most of the work is designing the park. Cutting out the wood, gluing and nailing it took no time at all. It’s a fun weekend project.


#4

I’m using sketch up to design. I’ve made a handful of ramps n plazas back in t he day


#5

Sick! SketchUp is great for park design. Be sure to post it when you are done. I’m sure the park is gonna be rad.


#6

Love the park Nick! Hopefully there will be another event soon so I can shred it again :smiley:


#7

I’m currently working on a park for a Portland event that I’m planning! I’ll take pics when I’m home at my parents house this weekend


#8

Thanks man! Might be working on a concrete park if I’m not too busy!


#9

I’m stoked for the event. Hopefully I can make it up up to Portland. It’s a 5 hour drive for me I think.


#10

I love your park, Nick. Put a quarter on the higher level and it’s perfect!


#11

I’m currently working on a concrete park with a friend of mine, its about 2/3 done. I’ll be sure to share it when it is finished


#12

The Seattle crew will all be there when the time comes!


#13

Here is my fingerboard park/playground. Built the table myself measuring 2250(length) x 600(width) x 935(height)mm. Then arranged with obstacles that I’ve acquired over the years.


#14

That will kill my wallet


#15

damn such a nice little plaza man, i just built a table similar in size for the same thing and ill definitely be thinking of this park when im finishing mine :grin:


#17

Major goals right here


#18

So fun, I’ve been thinking about building a playground myself. I might use your measurements, looks great. Do you sit down to ride?


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#20

My god man. I thought I was looking at the real Carlsbad gap!


#21

Haha, thanks. I tried to make it as to scale and realistic as possible.