Its small and fun with a 5 ft mini ramp, big funboxes and rails and such lots of fun if visiting Florida. I give it a 7
After receiving a 50/50 match grant from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program, the city hired a design firm to work with teenage residents to develop a skateboarding facility for both beginner and advanced skaters. They completed the park, with help from the Parks and Recreation Department, in two months; it opened in May 2001. Part-time employees take tickets and have skaters sign liability wavers. The city wanted to offer its youth a venue for supervised activity, while trying to eliminate the damage done to curbs and sidewalks by skateboards. The park has been very successful.
The park is putting in new wood as of October 2005. If you wear pants you don't have to wear knee pads. The small section in the backround has 2 qp's a 2 foot spine a little
fun box with a rail and a roll in
the big section has a 6 ft. roll in a 3 sided fun box with a hubba ledge
going down it there's lots of slants and there is a 2 leveled funbox the bottom level has a ledge with angle iron the upper level has a rail like knee high and a hubba ledge down both sides the half pipe deck is attached to a bunch of slants going down the the fun boxes. There are vending machines.
the hours are When school is in session park hours are:
Monday-Friday 4pm to 9pm
Saturday 10am to 10pm
Sunday 12pm to 9pm
Summer Months are Monday -Saturday 10am to 10pm
Sunday 12pm to 10pm