Wooden Waves

Reading, PA USA

Ok this place is good for any one beginers, expert w/e. They have a pyramid, a ledge like thing wth a flate grinding surfice that seperates a box with a flat rail goin the whole length of the box just about, and they have another larger bow with a large flat ledge like thing again and it has slopes at both ends and is as long as the box that is at the right of the box and to the left there is a smaller 5 or 6 maybe 7 not really sure set and on both sides there is a hand rail the right one is higher and the left is smaller they also have a lot of slopes and a wopdie do and a big bowl and a mini halfpipe and quarterpipes go-lore! Go there andskate while you listen to the bands playing and weird people screaming that go to see them in soundwaves


Coming from Reading and the surrounding area: Take the Warren Street Bypass (Rt 12) all the way to the Spring Valley Road exit. At the bottom of this ramp when you stop, take a left turn onto Spring Valley Road. Take a right turn at the next intersection (Little Rock Road). This is by Bernhart's Dam. Travel about 100 yards until you see the park on your right. Coming from the Philadelphia Area: Get on I-76 West towards King of Prussia. Take the 202/West Chester exit. Follow this road for about half a mile until you see the exit for 422 West. Take 422 West to the Reading area, all the way to the Route 12 exit then follow the directions from the previous section (reading and surrounding area). Coming from (the) West/Hershey Area: Take 422 East toward the Reading area, passing by the Berkshire Mall. 422 eventually turns into Rt 12. After this follow the Reading and surrounding Area directions. Coming from the North Area: Take Route 222 Business South, Route 61 or Route 183 towards the Reading Area and Route 12. You will want to travel towards Pricetown/Route 12 which is to the East until you see the Spring Valley Road exit. Then follow the Reading directions. From Lancaster and the South: Take Route 222 North to 724 (left onto 724 at Dempsey's). One mile to Route 422. 422 turns into Route 12. Follow Reading Directions.