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This is Delawares only indoor skatepark. It is 7,000 sq. ft. It has a 4 ft. mini ramp with a spine, 16 ft. wide, three 6 ft. extensions, and a roll-over. Its 6 ft. mini-ramp has two 8 ft. extensions and is also about 16 ft. wide. On the other side of the 6 ft. is a wave bank ramp with a 6 ft. quarter pipe on each side. Across from that is a 5 ft. quarter pipe with two 6 ft. extensions. Between the bank ramp and the 5 ft. quarter pipes is a blue 6 ft. grindrail about 8 or 9 inches high. Beside the 5 ft. quarter pipe is another 6 ft. wave bank ramp. Beside that is a 6 ft. quarter pipe. Then a 6 ft. roll in. Next is a 5 ft. bank ramp with a grindrail ledge thingy like 1 foot above that. Across from the six foot roll in is a pyramid with a rail down the middle and on the side. In front of that is like a 10 or 12 foot vert wall and a really steep bank ramp. Beside that is a 4 ft. roll in that if you go down that it leads to the bank ramp for plenty of tricks. Along the wall by the 4 ft. roll in and the bank ramp is a ledge running all the way across which is like 2 1/2 feet high. (You can do tricks off of it. I like to f/s 180 off of it.)
It has a deck to chill and look at the park which is 8 ft. high. There are plenty of soda machines, a snack machine and a big screen t.v. to watch videos on. You have to have a waiver filled out by your parents if you are under 18. You have to wear a helmet, knee pads, and elbow pads. They do have all of them for rent. It is $10 for the whole day and the summer hours are 9-10.
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3:47pm on Wednesday, December 1st, 2010
They closed this park a while ago. Like over ten years ago.