Sixth Avenue Skatepark
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City Nashville
State Tennessee
Country United States
Continent North America

A 9,500sqft indoor skaepark and 7,000sqft outdoor skatepark.

WHAT: A variety of different elements including a 4 stair and 7 stair with hubbas and handrails, china banks, vert wall, flat rail, and a 48ft wide mini ramp.

GOOD: Designed by Team Pain. Has full skateshop.

PADS: Helmets are required, and a waiver must be filled to to be able to skate. If you are under 18 your parent or legal guardian must sign the form (and have it notarized if they are not present to sign at the park).

ADDRESS: 601 4th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Sixth Avenue Skatepark is located in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. It recently moved from its 7 year location on 6th Avenue to its new home on 4th Avenue. The new park was designed and built by Team Pain, and has a variety of different elements including a 4 stair and 7 stair with hubbas and handrails, china banks, vert wall, flat rail, and a 48ft wide mini ramp. They have a fully stocked skateshop, and have a coffee bar for all the food and drinks you could need.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10

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