This is one of the better skateparks that I skated on my midwestern tour. Almost 100% concrete (except for two quarterpipes that sit just inside the fence), the park consists of a small, tight street area; A half-mini bowl with standard transitions and bank ramps; And, a most excellent clover bowl that ranges between 5ft. and 8ft. deep, with pump-bumps and steel coping. The bowls transitions- all of which approach vert- indicate that this might have been a Grindline creation.
This is a pay-to-play park. There is an attendant at the gate, and helmets are mandatory. Hours are shown on the sign (pictured).
Perfect concrete job, fun multi-bowl 4ft. 5ft. 6ft. 7ft., and street stuff. Pay some $ to get in, must wear pads. No kinks, and nice sticky concrete! For photos, find South Bend Parks & Recreation web site.