This park is free, concrete, outdoors, fun and varied. Nothing very big here though. The hips are a fun ride, but the park is all under 5 feet tall. No good street stuff except the ledges with a metal lip for grinding. The pyramid is big and steep.
From one end to the other you start in or on a very elongated horseshoe about 4.5 feet tall with excellent corners and coping. Hips jut of each end of the shoe. One Round and one squared. A couple ledges reside next to the square hip with a short rail of of the high ledge. Then there is a short quarter pipe with about 3 feet of deck(spinelike) with a quick halfpipe behind that. The Halfpipe opens up into a slanted hip, with coping. From the rounded hip of the horseshoe there is a real tall pyramid with a ledge along the backside of it. This park is a Go - as in See ya there sometime!