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Talking Best Terrain Park on the East Coast for beginner jibbing?

I just started doing boxes and small jumps yesterday, and I had so much fun. I'm currently in Japan, and the place I went to had their park set up on a really easy green slope, which made it easy for my first time.

I'm going back home to NJ soon, so I'd like to know...Which terrain parks on the East Coast are good for people who are just starting out riding park?
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judging by your name, are you from south jersey? anyways, i usually ride mountain creek up north jersey, or bear creek which is 45 min outside of philly. both places have legit boxes setup, and beginner parks.
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It looks like Creek's terrain park is set up on all blue (and black) runs. Are there any places that have park stuff set up on green runs?
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The beginner terrain is on an overall blue trail, however the features are on more green like portions of the trail.

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East coast blue= Green
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^True but our East coast packed powder is a diamond compared to the rockies or west coast packed powder which is a green.
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I want to hear more about Japan. Where are you in Japan? How's the mountain? How long does their season last?
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judging by your name, are you from south jersey? anyways, i usually ride mountain creek up north jersey, or bear creek which is 45 min outside of philly. both places have legit boxes setup, and beginner parks.
I agree mountain creek terrain parks are the best for beginners like me. Belleayre has a short beginner section which I like. Anyone know of smaller features in Vermont?
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