It does have dedicated restrooms. It is located between Orient and
Flume streets along Humboldt Avenue. It is 10,000-square-foot. The
park is open from 8 a.m. until 9:30 p.m. throughout the summer months;
in the fall the park closes at sunset. It is also equipped with a
round-the-clock security camera.
Its pretty hot. You can get lots of speed, it has a huge bowl, its really tall(10' maybe), but it has curved edges, so you down drop down. You can be grinding on the 1/4 pipes all around the park. It had some jumps and some gaps you can land. Its a great park. There are 1/4 pipes all the way around, some you don't have to push hardly at all. It has long rail, a few tall and a few shorts. Its fenced in, but the front gate is this cool artwork of skaters. The place is covered with skating art, not grafiti, but cool art. You can tell the locals cherish this park, because its really clean. I mean it, its cleaner than Chico itself. I recomend highly. Also if you skate for a few hours, in the summer there is this sweet public pool not too far, where you can cool down.