In my opinion, and I know people will disagree, but this is the flagship of all Colorado parks. It's where the action is. It's one of the largest skateparks in the nation, right downtown overlooking Coors Field and the Denver Skyline just off I-25. It has a good energy level and some of the best skaters in the state are here on a daily basis. There can be fights and all that but if you are cool with people and don’t roll around like a hard ass, then everyone will be cool with you.
Anyway, there's a great variety of features for all levels. The clover bowl and peanut bowls are both really good. So is the roll-in and small square shaped bowl. Yes it can be crowded but there is usually something to skate. I know a lot of people who are not too fond of the slippery concrete texture but it just takes time to get used to..Anyway, this is my favorite park.