Located close to the I-74 Exit, next to Liberty Park and near the soccer and baseball fields. Cross streets are Pohlman and Delaware.
The design is a combination of transition and street with an emphasis on friendly beginner flow with potential to grow. Ask anyone regionally what they know about Batesville, and they will likely say ‘coffins’ because of the local casket building industry. Of course that shape had to be included into the design in a few different places including the rain gardens and the coffin extension in the mini ramp. Creative transition areas sweep the street areas on all sides. The bowl is a 3 pocket (8 ft, 6 ft, 4 ft) with a roll in, raised organic middle section, pool coping, and a blue and orange gradated tile band that reflects the diagonals of the coffin shapes.
The skatepark advocates are master planning the area and hope to add a bike oriented pump track and rock climbing boulder area near the park. Another example of why skatepark advocates are the absolute best.