Built by Whitley Welding & Fabricating of South Whitley, IN, this parks design is based on Columbus Cities (IN) skatepark, but quite a bit bigger. Everything here is huge; this park is not for the faint of heart. The obstacles include a few really tall, wide quarterpipes; A 4ft. tall, 24ft. wide hip ramp; A few very tall, long, and wide steel boxes; An extremely long, kinked flat bar; And, a massive half-pyramid with very tall rails going down either side.
Located in Yeoman Park, this park is not exactly easy to find. Make sure to study the Google map carefully before checking this one out- Bud Stratford
A small skatepark but a lot of lines and tricks can be pulled here. (A very fun park to skate) - Tim G.
The parks fun! but it is what it is! straight back and forth, and steel! it was basically built to keep the kids from skating downtown. there was also supposed to be more ramps added as time went by. But we all know how little towns work! it has a 5 & 7 quarters, 3ft hip,4ft. spine, 4ft. quarter built into a 6ft. bank ramp, 2ft. & 4ft. jump ramps with bank landings, a round rail & a box iron ledge on the jump box monstrosity, a long multi-sized rail, two small rails (one of which was stolen) and a multi sized grind box, and another grind box that no one really skates to much! It is a good park to learn or practice tricks, but if you really want to flow, drive the 45 minutes north to Ft.Wayne and skate Lawton Skatepark!!