Park terrain: Free concrete park with ramps. Open exclusively for skateboarding 4 to 9 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday; 3 to 11 p.m., Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday.
All participants must have a signed liability waiver form on file, and parents of skaters under age 18 must come to the park to sign the form.
A terrible waste of time and space. Beginning with a description, you've got a 5 foot deep salad bowl with rough pavement, metal "noping" that barely sticks up, and almost wedge like transitions. One end of this crap shoot opens into the most hilarious snake run you've seen. It is literally 1 foot to 1.5 feet deep, almost unskatable. At the end of this winding snake is another round salad bowl, this one is only 2 feet deep, with a metal lip that doesn't even meet your truck for a little squeak. The park is very old and not worth a trip from anywhere more than 5 minutes away, seriously. I skated there while staying in downtown Sacramento, and that was almost too far at 4 miles. It also features the most ridiculous pyramid you've ever encountered, with near vert at 2 feet tall. The place is almost unskatable. Much like a side of the road drainage ditch with a fence surrounding it. The blip about a waiver and pads is null and void. This park has not been touched or seen by anyone from the parks department since it was built, after they must have realized that it was unskatable and no one would be going there. Unbelievable that parks like this exist. I did have a good time tooling around there though. It is almost a huge challenge to keep your speed in the snake run and slash a little slider on the "banks".