The park is free, outdoors. It has some good rails and the bowl is small with a really weird spinal/channel thing on one wall. (Lame indeed!) Nobody was wearing pads, but that doesn't mean your not supposed to. Lots of ledges too, but nothing over 6 feet tall which means it's a beginner to intermediate park only!
This is Jeff Grosso's favorite park of all the city parks around. The park is fairly small, but actually isn't too bad. It's got a good small rail, another double kinked rail, a typical up-flat-down rail over a pyramid, and a good assortment of ledges, banks, and trannies. There's a small spine, and a very cool bowl. It's 5 and 6 feet deep, with the deep end formed by raising the deck and coping. It's a pretty basic small capsule, but it's reasonably smooth and has a weird extension channel thing that makes for interesting riding. Definitely one of the better parks in the recent batch of SoCal cement.
- Mark Waters (Skatepunk.net)
It's great if you want to try something new, lots of challenges for the beginner and not so beginner. Smooth surface, was built in 2001. Wish it was there when I was younger.