From Route 2 East, take South St., Merriam Ave. Take Left off exit. At second light, take a left. Take sixth right onto Rollstone Rd. At stop sign, take a left. Take first right onto Beech St. Park Hill Park will be on your right. -- Directions: From Route 2 West, take South St., Merriam Ave. Take Right off exit. Take a left at light. At next light, take a left. Take sixth right onto Rollstone Rd. At stop sign, take a left. Take first right onto Beech St. Park Hill Park will be on your right. Its behind the tennis court.
A very nice park originally built to resolve conflict between skaters and bikers. Theres 2 launch ramps (one with 4ft quarter), 6ft spine, 6ft quarters that conjoin with each other to form awesome 90° hip transfers. A flybox w/ hubba and a bump. Lots of open space. Adjacent from the Ryan C. Joubert Skatepark.
Opening date is wrong; It was open in 2006. The transitions are very smooth, and the flat ground is seal coated. The ramps are spaced widely, and the half pipe is two separate quarter pipes instead of a single half pipe piece because it was designed for bikes. The park is also great for inline skating. NOT recommended for skateboards. Unfortunately this is also a hot spot for scooter kids that have ZERO skatepark etiquette. This park needs benches because people constantly sit on the box jump hubba!
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