The standing wave peaks at about 6',
most of it vert. The Great Pyramids are steep and burly.
The park is divided in half by a curb about 8" tall, with ramps on the extreme left and right.
It has a center box and a cool saddle joining the 8' and 5' bowls.
Creators: Wormhoudt Landscape Architecture
Time: August 1997
Location: On 15th Street in Ponderosa Park, adjacent a baseball field.
Directions: From Hwy 97 go east on Franklin, south on 10th, east on Bear Creek Road, south on 15th to Ponderosa Park.
City Contact: Bend
City of Bend Metro Parks & Recreation District
Parks Director Carrie Whitaker
200 Pacific Park Lane
Bend OR 97701
To see Bend's anti-skating laws check out this page of the city website: http://www.ci.bend.or.us/code/chap6.htm
History: A broad community effort. I don't know the details. It seems to be the Ryan Patrick Graves Memorial Skatepark.
Overall: The curb across the park is an open gash, painful, self inflicted. 5 out of 10.
Special: Concrete wave, Hawaiian style.
Billy Baylie pokes a mean indy.
Chris Connolly mid Bio-540 out of an eight foot bowl.
Look at those Cascade Mountains
Billy's tall melon out of the 8' bowl. Nice picture frame, tt's like television, only better.