For novice and intermediate skaters.
(From their website)
Spring 2000 marked the grand opening of the Overpass Skate Park. People from cities across Minnesota anxiously awaited the opening of one of the largest skate parks in the metro area. The Overpass spans across 18,000 square feet and is home to 14 pieces of aggressive skating spine ramp, pyramids, rails and jumps.
The Hopkins Area Jaycees donated $135,000 toward the park. Portions of the contributions were used to purchase the park equipment. The Overpass offers aggressive skating enthusiasts piano banks, fun boxes, kinked rails and staircases, and protective helmets and pads.
Another feature truly unique to the Overpass, is its location. The Overpass is located under the Highway 169 overpass in Hopkins. The highway overpass protects skateboarders and rollerbladers from the rain, but not from the elements of winter. The Overpass operates as the weather permits.