The Safford Skatepark (in Firth Park) is a small-sized, free, outdoor, concrete "street plaza" that features a 5' half-bowl at one end (with a bank ramp/tombstone in the middle of it), a tightly transitioned 3' high by 20' wide (or so) quarterpipe at the other end, and a very large, odd-shaped, slightly-taller-than-sidewalk-high platform in between with ledges, boxes, and rails. This big platform has mellow banks going up and down the ends (with coping!), and has a bump-bank off to one side with handrails going down both sides. All in all, it's a quality little park for such an out-of-the-way town, very smooth concrete with lots of well-defined lines going back and forth to be found. Safford is out in the middle of nowheresville, but if you happen to be passing through, stop in and check it out. It might make for a really welcome leg-stretching opportunity. -Bud Stratford, Everything Skateboarding/Concrete Disciples
It's all right. It has a fun box w/ a ledge. It has a 12 ft. half pipe. A big roll in. And lots of annoying little kids.& some rails. It's pretty fun to practice there.