Miller park is a nice intermediate park. They allow boards, bikes, skates and rollerblades.
Always seems to be someone skateboarding there so locals try to watch out for their park. Besides having the manufactured ramps, which are wood frames covered in Skatelite, there is also a concrete curb along the long side of the park which has a modest blacktop uphill 4 foot rise incline running parallel to the full length of the park. This adds an added challenge for the more advanced skateboaders.
The skate park sits next to the city pool and rec area and the county sheriffs office is within walking distance, so there is very little trouble.
Really good outdoor wooden park. Good for essential street skating, featuring a pyramid with a ledge, 1 small fun box with rail, and one large fun box with rail, roll ins, a vert ramp, a mini-ramp, quarterpipes, a flat bar and a round bar. Also a rhythm section mostly for BMXers (ugh). Usually pretty crowded in the summer, ripping locals (project 21 team) and directly beside the pool (hotties in bikinis)