if i were you, i would...
take 89 south to burlington. burlington has some pretty dope city spots. there is a skatepark on the waterfront which has some fun ramps, a horsehoe bowl, and some small rails and boxes. there is a more legit indoor park in south burlington called talent, which has a ton of really fun features, a bowl, and two mini ramps (3 and 5 feet).there are also skateparks within a 10-15 minute drive from downtown burlington in colchester (really fun 4 foot mini), winooski (pretty haggard, nice euro-gap), and last year one was built in essex (some big x-games style shit and some small fun features). all of these places are free (except talent, which is $8/session).
from burlington, drive 2 hrs south to rutland and check out flipside skatepark. its indoors, and has a nice 4' mini with a spine and roller, as well as a bunch of ramps large and small).
after you buy some crack in rutvegas, drive an hour southwest to manchester vermont. they have a pretty nice 5' mini with a spine/roller, as well as some other features. i havent been there in years but i remember it was pretty fun (albeit small).
1.5 hours west of manchester is saratoga springs, where you'll find a shitty, 20 year old park with metal and plywood ramps and a hairy swimming pool with no flat.
if you can avoid getting tetnus at the saratoga park, drive 20 minutes down RTE 87 and head to the new skatepark in clifton park. much like the town itself, a majority of the park is prefabricated.
lastly, make sure you stop by the shelter in albany. this place was built by one of my childhood friends, and the park is sick. its indoors and has a really fun flow. i haven't been there in years, but im sure its still dope as fuck.
once you leave albany, head south until you hit nyc. make sure you stop before you get to new jersey (the armpit of america). if you're worried about getting too close, just know that you can smell new jersey from at least 20 miles away. it smells like nuclear waste and feet.
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