Kids That Rip (aka, "KTR") is a skateboard and gymnastics school in Mesa. This is a pay facility, and a signed waiver is required to skate; see the website for details.
The park is huge, and well-built all over. Features include a massive bowl with a channel, two hips, and extentions; a 4' tall x 16' wide mini-ramp; a spined 2' tall x 16' wide micro-mini ramp; and a huge "street"course with all sorts of highly imaginative, mega-sized obstacles. Check the website or call for rates and hours; also note that they make changes to the park on a regular basis.
Being a skate school, this facility (naturally) gives lessons to newbie skaters; the facility is very kid-oriented, kid-focused, and kid-friendly. But some of the terrain (like the big bowl) is well-suited to older skaters, so there's really something here for everyone. -Bud Stratford, Concrete Wave Magazine/Concrete Disciples; Monday, September 26th, 2016
Indoor skate park, designed and built to allow the beginner skater to safely learn rails, boxes, stairs, mini-ramp, mini mega-ramp, bowl and vert. riding techniques.
Session Times: Lessons Monday thru Friday (members only); Saturday- open skate (non-members)