This last Saturday (February 2002) marked the opening of a new addition to the previously pitiful Yucaipa, CA public park.
The new section is rather small but includes a nice 6-8ft deep horseshoe bowl and two other 2-4 foot quarter pipes, plus a 7-stair walkway featuring small hubba ledges on each side. The big bowl is really well done with thick metal pipe coping and a small roll-in section. The trannies on the bowl have a lot of transition (nearly no vert). I took two pictures today (Monday) and am having them developed tomorrow. I'll email you a copy by the end of the week.
In my opinion and the opinion of many others at the park today, this makes Yucaipa much better and provides some meaningful variety to the place. - Geoff
This park lacks anything that stands out. A lot of the transitions are unusable and/or kinked. This makes the punk walls very punk. There are 2 ledges and 2 rails the are fairly easy hits, the rest kinda blows.
It's a fairly good park, it has 3 rails,2 ledges and some concrete blocks, a little pyramid, a couple banks, and there's a big 7 stair in the back. And also in the back theres a curved quarter pipe, and there's 2 quarter pipes where the pyramid is. And there's a quarter pipe in front of a nice big bowl they have, its like, 6 or 7 feet I think, and theres a little hiking trail that people go on.