Lamasco Park is a pretty old and well-worn Skatewave prefab park that sits on a tarred-over asphalt slab. The slab itself is developing some huge cracks in the surface, and Lamasco isn't exactly sitting in a "choice" neighborhood, either. It's in a heavily industrialized, old part of town, and the park (obviously) has graffiti all over the place. The ramps themselves are in fine enough shape... they're durable, so they're skateable... but, they're set up all kinds of weird, and the designs are a little bit wacky. Probably great for little kids that are just figuring it all out, or old-ass barneys (like me) that stick to the 3' quarterpipes (on 60mm wheels)... -Bud Stratford, The Solitary Life.
Lamasco park in Evansville is ran down the ramps are falling apart and the concrete the metal ramps are on are has cracks all over.
Very good for a free park. Outside, metal ramps very smooth concrete.