CyanicenineSnoqualmie pass pretty much meets that description. It's only about 1000 feet of vert at Central where the park is located (snoqualmie claims it has 2,000 but that's Alpental which is a completely different ski area across the highway but is technically under the umbrella of snoqualmie). It's 45min from Seattle and several of the schools have ski bus programs that bring the kids after school for night skiing.
The park features have always been pretty janky, especially the jumps, although now that I live elsewhere I think a huge part of it was the issue with trying to build in wet ass low elevation PNW snow. The number of jumps they build completely depends on how much snow they get, they do usually manage to get 2 30-40 footers up , and on a good snow year they'll put 3 or 4 of that size up as well as at least 3 10-20 ft jumps, very occasionally they'll put their XL comp line in but it's pretty random. Right before I left they got a new park manager that seemed to be helping to fix things up, but I have no idea how it is now. Can't say the park scene is super busy though, mostly because they had a park pass requirement (not sure if they still do). It does draw a lot of people on the weekdays for night skiing, since it's close-ish to the city and night skiing is open till 10. Anyone who thinks they are any good goes to Stevens, Alpy, Crystal, Baker. Snoqualmie (aka snocrummy, snocompton) is like the red headed step child of western WA resorts. People only go to it because they don't know any better or because it's cheap and close by. It has it's charm though, especially on powder days since most people head off to the "good" resorts and you only have Jerry to compete with for that sweet low angle pow.
Park has been fun this year Rail wise, up top they have the rail garden that has about 12 different rails set up and some have been pretty unique that I’ve never seen up there. They just have the medium jumps set up right now, probably 3 20ft jumps, a big hip down below, and then probably 5 more rails set up at the bottom.