Basically it's the same, except the half pipe is turned 90 deg. and on the other side of that there's a huge 7-8 foot ramp used to get speed. Theres a small pyramid right in front of the half pipe to the left of that (standing on the ramp) there's a hump, and to the left of that is the same fun box. and the left of that is the same launch ramp....on the opposite side of the park there's a quarter pipe. and in the right hand corner theres a double rail... and in between the fun box and the launch ramp is a rail that like...goes straight slants down...then straight again.
(This review is approx 1998 which means it's probably changed)
This park features a mini-ramp covered in steel approx 22 feet wide. Also has a raised slider bar and some real grindable parking blocks. There is a ramp up to a box with a rail back down the other side. Lastly there is a built in lauch ramp ( 80's style).
Personally I liked slappying the curbs around the perimiter of the park the best. The ramp has bad seam problems but is ridable. There is also lots of space for more obstacles to add in.
- Also Full Pipes in the Area, ask some of the locals to take you.