A 17,000 sq. ft. park with a lot of tranny. It has a smaller sections with 2 foot pools, hips, a bank, and a small block. There is also a 9 foot vert quarter pipe. There is a 5 foot spine with a table top on one side and a maze of 3/4 bowls on the other. There are no full bowls at the park. There are three, five foot, 3/4 bowls and a seven foot 3/4 bowl. There is a large tabletop in the middle linking them all together and a channel in the 5 foot section. Ok, enough about the tranny. There are 5 hubbas and 4 rails. There is a 20 foot long hubba next to a 20 foot long square rail. The other hubbas are pretty small. There is a nice round rail that's perfect for smiths and feebles of all sorts. And then there is something no skatepark is complete without...the infamous four stair accompanied by a very small square rail. Over all its a pretty fun park and you can carve for hours. Its also cool because you can carve some bowls, hit some ledges and rails and carve more! bowls without pushing once. Every body knows everybody at the park. There's some party stores within walking distance in both directions. No pads or helmet required. Its open from 8 am to 10 pm but the city usually doesn't care enough to turn on the lights so don't plan a late session. It closes around November and opens when the snow starts to melt. It's on the west side of Bay City in Defoe Park on Marquette Ave. next to some baseball fields, train tracks and the Saginaw River.