Also known as the Rod Maguire Community Skatepark, this park only utilises a small space but it is jam packed with pre-fab goodness. Of all the pre-fab setups we’ve seen, this is probably one of the best. At each end it features a bank of 4-5ft transitions – some with coping, some just roll-ins. In between is a 2ft transitioned funbox that has a good elevated grind-box and a cracking hand-rail (about 7ft long).
What makes this park work is the fact that its a bit smaller in surface area, the flat between each of the 3 sections is shorter and the flow feels more like a couple of mini-ramps then a bunch of quarters. The central funbox is also more interesting than the usual pre-fab options. All together an entertaining and fun little skatepark.
Sadly the day we visited it was too wet to have a decent go here, but we’ll be back! Free parking and parkland and beach nearby, but proper amenities and food are a short walk/drive back up the main street.