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Stan S wrote a review Sep 2019
Boise, Idaho59 contributions21 helpful votes
Gets your pads, helmet and skateboard and head down to Rhodes Skate Park. This park has room for many skaters at a time because of its size. Unlike many parks this one is larger with more rises and curves. A great place for beginners and experienced. Plenty of room to observe and learn from the folks who know how to cruise. Located in a shaded area under the Connector roadway. Friendly atmosphere, well lit for night skating, but respect the closer times. Remember your pads and helmet to avoid the inevitable scrapes when learning a new routine.…
Date of experience: August 2019
Soul_Traveler808 wrote a review Sep 2018
Bangkok, Thailand125 contributions66 helpful votes
Lots of drunk homeless hounding people for money, They're usually hanging out in groups spreads all over the Skate park. I would definitely avoid this place.
Date of experience: September 2018
Gsperk wrote a review Jul 2016
25 contributions7 helpful votes
We're just passing through town but stopped here so our son could ride his scooter. This is a very nice, recently renovated skate park.
Date of experience: July 2016
digger23 wrote a review Feb 2016
4 contributions2 helpful votes
It looks totally awesome and the skaters are going to have the best place to show their stuff. Rhodes Skate Park.
Date of experience: January 2016
UsedMeat wrote a review May 2015
Boise, Idaho6 contributions6 helpful votes
It seems like a perfectly fine skatepark, but it's right next to the shelter and overpass where homeless people have started up a tent city. I'm sure that most of them are just down on their luck and nothing too horrible has taken place in the area but I wouldn't drop off young children there and after dark things get a bit shady.…
Date of experience: May 2015