This skatepark is built of welded steel sheets and rods, fabricated into standard street obstacles and rails. Extremely loud to skate, but smooth and solid, this park was a bit more fun than I imagined it was going to be.
The obstacles are not exactly small, and it takes a somewhat of an experienced skater to really skate this park with confidence. Obstacles include a very tall bank ramp, with small quarter pipes embedded in it, and extensions; A very wide (16ft.+) and tall (6ft.+) quarterpipe; A very fun, 4ft. tall hip, with two 12ft.+ quarterpipes at a shallow angle, and a common deck; A very large half-pyramid with rails going down each side; And, a few different railslide bars set into the concrete, off to the side, where they wont interrupt the overall flow of the park.
This is an optional pay-to-skate park, as they ask for a $3 donation at the gate. When I was there, there was no gate person to give the donation to, so I skated for free. -Bud Stratford