The Chinle Skatepark is a fairly large and densely laid out, free, outdoor, Skatewave steel skatepark that features a sprawling "street" area that is dominated by several large bank ramps, with various boxes, ledges, and rails built into them, on top of them, and strewn about everywhere in between. Everything here is very large-sized and fairly well-designed and built, considering that it's a prefab skatepark; the obstacles are well-kept, smooth, and laid out reasonably well. The best part of the skatepark, though, might be the three 4' high x 16' wide mini-ramps that are all connected together with two hips, making for really interesting lines all over the place; this place might just be a mini-ramp ripper's dream, if it's not too sweltering of a hot summer day. -Bud Stratford, Everything Skateboarding/Concrete Disciples
A hip ramp, pyramid, wedge ramp, 3ft Quarter pipe, 5 or 6 rails. Built by Skatewave. rate(4) too small!