This park was clearly built in two sections. The first (larger) section is custom-welded and custom-built steel obstacles. The second, smaller section consists of Skatewave prefab obstacles. The entire park sits on a large, paved area behind the Fairview Park Pool.
The older section includes quarterpipes of varying heights (3', 5', 7', and 9'); A centerpiece hip/hubba/handrailcombo; A 16' wide hipped quarterpipe about 4' tall; And, an assortment of other hard-to-describe obstacles.
The newer, Skatewave section includes a 12', 5' tall mini ramp; A stair/handrail/quarterpipe combo; And, an assortment of box/gap obstacles. I thought the the newer Bloomington, IL park (just across town) was quite a bit better, but this one wasn't too bad. -Bud Stratford
Outside metal ramps on smooth asphalt. No pads. Closes at 11:00 pm, but lights stay on until midnight or so. Boxes, low rails, pyramid with many possibilities.