Parking - Street parking
- Paved pathway with moderate slope
- 800 feet to play area
Play Area - Ramp into play area
- Engineered mulch
- Rubberized surface for spinning buckets
Play Equipment - Sensory play elements
- Rope climbing structure
Other Amenities - Accessible restroom
- Accessible picnic tables
- Accessible splash pad
Skatepark Stats - Size: 11,000 sq ft (3,700 sq ft of street course and 7,300 sq ft of tranny)
- Tranny: 20-ft diameter full-pipe with a mouse hole in the side. Connects an 11½-ft-deep bowl with a 9½- ft-deep bowl. Has additional 6-ft and 3½-ft-deep bowls.
- Street Course: granite hubbas, 7-stair, handrails, ledges, and banks.
- Entrance: 10-ft-wide, 200-ft-long curvilinear skateable entry with ledges and banks. Entitled Walkwave by artist Adam Kuby.
The park was named for Stanhope S. Pier, who served as a Portland city commissioner in the late 1920s and as acting mayor in 1931. In 1930, Commissioner Pier proposed several improvements, including a pool in Albina, the expansion of Mt Scott and Lents Parks, and the development of Pier Park in the style of Laurelhurst, then considered the most beautiful park in the city.
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