This park is pretty big. The bowl section seems like an afterthought. It's a pretty generic "flow" style section, with a banked pyramid right in the middle, a spine, and pretty poor design. That said, it's still fun, and it is pretty easy to get speed and keep speed. The flow section also works pretty well within the scope of the park -- there are places to roll in and out that work well.
The rest of the park is a mix of plaza style sections and early 2000s street sections. The flow is pretty good and there are a lot of options. There's a big four with banks, three different rails, all with good run-up and enough landing space. There are unique wallie hubbas which are well-proportioned, good ledges, a nice curved manny pad with upper low ledge, and back-to-back small stair and rail sets.
Overall, this park is fun. Something for everyone, and street skaters will be able to go fast and find something they like.
It's pretty awesome. They have a mini park that's good for beginners, and a huge park for advanced riders, or BMX riders.They have a nice bowl too.