There’s not a whole lot of information online about this one. Even Native Skateparks’ own website doesn’t say much about it. Looks like they built the place though, and it’s pretty nice!
Variety of terrain: mostly tranny, small rail across and down bank, pool coping in parts
Shade status: the nearest tree should suffice
Nearby food and drink: nope, all that stuff is back in town
Worth going out of your way?: sure why not?
Definitely a tranny-heavy park, you can cruise around without pushing pretty easily. There’s some pool coping, a tall steep bank, a nice long red curb atop a smaller bank, and a “hand-crafted bull nose” whatever that means. I don’t know all the salty-tranny-dog terminology, but the bull nose is nice indeed.
This park is in the middle of nowhere so the atmosphere is chill. Lots of trees and grass and a small pond nearby also.
Not much in the way of facilities, so bring your own supplies and piss behind a tree. No lights from what I could tell either.
We hit up this park after going to the Poteau park and swimming at the lake, so the energy level was low. Got a couple clips though, and you should be able to get a good idea of what the park is like.
Looking back on the parks we’ve visited, and comparing it to the amount of concrete parks that were here when I was a teenager 20 years ago, I’m very happy with the state of skateparks in Oklahoma. I only wish they were in closer proximity to myself. But I understand there are other people in Oklahoma that skateboard too.