The Valparaiso Skatepark consists of very large, wood and skatelite obstacles that might be better suited to BMXers, than skateboarders- just because of their sheer size.
The skatepark is inside the Rogers-Lakewood park, which is a sprawling, wooded lakeside park, with small driveways and paths all over the place. The best thing to do is ask at the front gate, how to get to the skatepark, itself.
The park includes: A very sizable hip (at least 5ft. tall); A very tall and wide quarterpipe (about 6ft. tall, and at least 16ft. wide); A long, flat railslide bar; A gigantic fly-ox that is at least 6ft., maybe even 7ft. tall; A large, 6ft.+tall spined quarterpipe; And, another extremely wide quarterpipe that begins at about 3ft. tall, and works up to about 8ft.. -Bud Stratford
It is a dope park! It has a 6ft. quarter pipe that is vert, 4ft, 2ft, then a 4ft. box, 4ft. spine, 8ft. wedge ramp with sub box, bikes are allowed.