Well it doesn't really compete with parks overseas but there are 3 parks the beginner park at merrits the medium park at high noon and the advanced park at antons.
Beginner park is really fun to muck around in and have fun. It has small jumps and a few different easy rails and boxes with a t-bar to lap it as much as you want.
Medium park in my opinion this is the best because the location is good. It had a nice flowy jump line usually but kinda small with some fun rails and jibs that get swapped around throughout the season.
Advanced park is alright. There is usually one big jump at the bottom of it which is really fun to session but the location is really bad as it is relatively flat where they build the park. When the good rails are put in it is really fun. Jumps are sometimes to big (even though they are small) for the speed you get.
Overall good park for what they have. Park crew are really good but because of the weather the features get really bombed out with big holes where people land.
If you are able to shred a park such as keystone then it will probly be really easy. If not it is a really fun park to just play around in and the snow is usually quite soft so it doesn't hurt to fall.
This is the local freestyle comp website but if you look through the photos and videos you can see a bit of the park from last year
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