Eclectic skatepark loaded with all sorts of goodies. It looks as though it all started with a large cement based skatepark originally but over time has grown to now include a bunch of wooden half-pipes, minis and other various bits and pieces over time.
The cement part is made up of 3 sections. Firstly an amphitheater like arrangement of large transitions, banks and roll-ins from 4ft-8ft and plenty of vert extensions. They all surround a central pyramid shaped funbox that features rails, a hubba and an extended grind box. The perimeter is loaded with big staircases, banks, boxes and coping everywhere. The main street section also loosely leads to a much smaller, simpler set of banks 3-5ft with no coping and a basic 4 sided pyramid box in the middle. All good for the younger skaters. Completing the cement section is a beautiful old school bowl that goes from 6-9ft but also has interesting extensions in the shallow end. It’s quite small in size so the transitions are quick, but the surface is nice and fast and in good condition. Coping also sits nicely and is a good size.
Now the rest of the skatepark almost feels like a bit of a museum in some ways. An eclectic collection of old wooden structures that starts with a simple street setup and finishes with a monster half-pipe.
The street section is a few 3ft quarters leading to a little funbox wedge and finishing with a fun little mini (about 20ft wide). Adjacent to the mini is a larger 6ft mini (about 40ft wide) that had an extra foot of extension and some bad ass coping. Then right over the back is the 12ft vert half-pipe. Great setup and all lovingly looked after by a local dude who cares for and maintains all the wooden bits and pieces.
Amenities, parking, seating, shade, drinks, lockers, toilets. Great central plaza for chilling and watching.