This park is considered the best in the state by everyone I talked to. It's a nice park; smaller than Sandy, but definitely better. There are some big walls that go up to vert. The highest wall in the bowl is about 8' high. There are a couple horsehoe-type square bowls that you can roll into with speed; one is about 7' high, the other is about 5' high. The latter is separated from the enclosed bowl by a spine. The closed bowl is sort of trippy. It is square (no big, round bowls in this park, only big squares) and elongated. The shallow can be skated like a mini-ramp. I had a hard time finding any carving lines through the bowl, but there was one local guy that was absolutely killing it. He had no pads and no shirt, so he said he was taking it easy, but his big airs over the hips and gnarly transfers said otherwise. So the place can definitely be skated well. If you like square bowls, this place is for you.
The city takes pride in this place and is thinking of expanding it. (They are strict about keeping bikers out, because they don't want them chipping up the 'crete.) While I was there they had a convention of city officials from all over Utah and Las Vegas come by to look at the park to get ideas for parks to be constructed in the future. (The guy from Vegas was candid about the fact that the parks there are not very good.)