One of the best in canada if you like transition skating, various bowls ranging from 10.5 to about 4ft all connected. There's lots of lines, lots of speed, not a beginner park, in fact no kids at all, oh yeah bring some beer as well the cops dont care.
AWESOME! I hit it up on the Fourth of July, not that any of the Canucks cared, but it was my way of celebrating my own Independence from U.S.A. culture. Vancouver had just had three days of rain, but there was hardly anyone there. In Oregon, especially during the summer months, a park like this would have been packed with little kids. The curvey-snakerun bowls are pretty deep for the little ones to be swimming in, but there is also a streetstyle area behind the main bowls. It basically has something for everyone! There are even ledges and stairs to skate just outside the park. I could not get a positive answer, but I believe the park was built for one of the Slam City contests just a few years ago. The concrete is really smooth and the cooping is in great shape. There are so many hips and corners to hit that you get dizzy trying to figure out lines. WOW!