“88 Acres of Anarchy”
Skatopia is a skate park near Rutland, Ohio that is owned and operated by Brewce Martin and the CIA (Citizens Instigating Anarchy). Skatopia is also home to the Museum of Skateboard History, which houses more than 12,000 vintage skateboards from the beginnings of skateboarding in the 1960's. It has two indoor bowls, a full pipe and a concrete outdoor bowl. The Museum Of Skateboard History is located at Skatopia. The mission of the Skateboard Museum is to acquire a diverse representation of skateboarding’s past and present. The skateboard museum also holds goals to establish a permanent two-story monument at Skatopia to the history of skateboarding. Also establish a living online museum of skateboards where skateboarders from around the world may contribute. The museum’s primary purpose is to educate skateboarders and all visitors on the history of the great world of skateboarding.
I remember playing this level on an old Tony Hawk game and wishing it were real. Then I saw the Netflix documentary "88 Acres of Anarchy" and immediately started planning a roadtrip for their next Bowl Bash.
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