From it's steel-wheeled beginning in the 1950's through the sidewalk-surfing decade of the 60's into the skateparks of the 70's.Skateboarding has risen to heights beyond belief for millions of participants skatings ramps, sidewalks, and skate parks around the world.
The Skate Park consist of:
Two-steel 12 foot wide quarter-pipes (one 6 foot high and one 4 foot high)
One steel half-pipe (18 foot wide, 6 foot high, 40 foot long with ramp access to one end)
Four ramps (two 18 inches high and two 12 inches high)
One 20 foot by 20 foot 3 foot highconcrete pyramid
One concrete fly box 20 foot long by 2 foot high
One 30 foot long concrete grinding block sloping from 18 inches to 6 inches
10 foot wide "skate-around" area along the entire perimeter
Skate park is 150 feet square (22500 square feet of concrete, a little over a half-acre in area about 9 trips around is a mile.