Being my first time up to Perfect North, do not take this with a lot of weight.
So I was there for about 5 hours on a Friday and I feel like I owe it a good review. Their main park, which consisted of 3 ramps and about 10 or so features was pretty well built. I felt as though the 2nd ramp needed a little more speed to clear, but the 1st(small) and the 3rd(big) were on point. The third right was extremely poppy with a STEEP landing. No joke. Caught me off guard even after scoping it out when I hit it.
I also liked the fact they had a lift dedicated for the park. That was a huge plus in my mind. Quick 1 minute ride up and bam, you're at the top again.
The only thing I didn't like was the people. Now, excluding a few, I felt as though there was almost no park etiquette. I was cut off multiple-times after calling drops. It wasn't only me, people would snake each-other constantly only to use a lip as a small ramp. Which in itself is another thread entirely. I also felt it to be a tad like a day-care. The average age must have been early teens. Which, I normally could give less of a shit, but they seemed completely lacking experience on how to behave.
I also took a few laps in the mini-park. The tow rope was fun, but it was definitely a .beginner. run. No hate towards beginners.
Overall, for the midwest, I would give it a solid 7.5.
TLDR: Good park, shitty people. May have been a bad day.
Other NSers' thoughts?