There was previously an old bowl that has been demolished and replaced with what we now refer to as the Gap Bowl. The skatepark was re-opened with upgrades in 2004.

The bowls are on the larger side and are almost connected with a spine, however unfortunately the gap between the bowls is a foot wide and too ambitious for skaters, although manageable for BMX and scooters.

The first bowl has a unique shape, whereas the other slightly deeper bowl is a traditional rectangle. There is a small hump between the two bowls that allow beginners to ride between each section. The transitions are consistent and the bowls sport the steel coping we are familiar with seeing on most skateparks built after 2000.

Off to one side of the featured skate bowls is a cool bank that is relatively steep along with a curved ledge for the street skaters.

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