I have a bunch of shots from the only "real" concrete park in NJ - kind of an interesting story because it was built by Wally Holiday and his crew and of course the last time he was here was almost 25 years ago when he built Cherry Hill (Shogo et al.). It's in Sayreville and is about a month old.
- Al Clarke
Pretty sick concrete park, especially for NJ. The park has a small street section with pyramid, banks, pump bumps and a weird little ledge/ wallride type thing. The bowl is kinda like a clover. The deep end is probably 8' deep with a fun oververt corner. The rest of the bowl is prob 5' with corners and a double roll in pennisula deal. Fun park grade A crete.
It's a nice concrete park built by California Skateparks, small street course with mostly rollins on both sides, flybox with rails and ledges and some pump bumps plus another flybox thing with a curved rainbow ledge. 4 leaf clover bowl thing mostly 5-6ft deep except for a vert half bowl with oververt corner. Very good park.