Incline Skate Park, at the east end of Southwood Boulevard just down from Highway 28, is free and open to the public. The main section of the park consists of two 5-foot bowls separated by a spine with a shallower bowl along the south end. Encircling the bowls is a street section with an 8-foot flat rail, a 6-foot down rail, a set of four stairs and a 10-foot ramp leading down into the bowls. A 3-foot fun box sits in the middle of the park. Incline Skate Park isn’t large but it’s a great place to hone your skills or be entertained while watching others shred.
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