The skate park was actually pushed on the city by a man named James Tilly who lived in Soap Lake for a few years and is originally from California. Since the park has minimal funding, not many objects are installed. Most of the current ramps are wooden, made from locals such as Kasey Tupper, which is no wonder weather is an on going issue in the park. (snow, rain, etc. frequents the area) Plus, vandalism is a big problem, slowing down chances for improvements in the park.
Over all, it is a small, unorganized layout but good to screw around in.
This park looks like its from the 70s or something, there's a 3 1/2 ft. q. pipe and the wood on it is ok the coping sux, there is a metal pyramid with a grind wall on it, there is a cool grinding rail and a lil grind thing. This park sux, only 4 things 2 it.