This is a virtual guide to Meadows Parks which is updated frequently. However, park features can change day to day. Always follow SmartStyle and "Look Before You Leap" scope out a park before you hit it.
- Click on the park entrance flags - we post videos of the park flow
- Click on the features - we post videos and photos of the features
- Share the Shred - let others know about Meadows Parks interactive
- Park Smart - take the Park Smart challenge and be entered into a weekly drawing for prizes
- Submit photos and YouTube videos of you in our parks and on our features through our Gallery
"Meadows Parks" - a freestyle terrain experience featuring up to six different parks, themed to reflect the Portland lifestyle. Diverse yet unique in their own ways, MeadowsParks will have features to entice and challenge riders of all abilities. The parks often change with the season and operate depending upon conditions.
Park Place (the resort's original park) will keep its name and advanced jump status.
Rose City Slopestyle is full of rails, jibs and jumps opens the gates to intermediate/advanced riders.
The Zoo has rollers and small jumps located on the Mitchell Creek trail off of Easy Rider.
Shipyard for early season jibbin'!
The in-ground SuperPipe - 500 feet long and cut with the 18' Zaugg will provide high flying excitement.
A line of jumps and rails on Tamarack Forest Park offers smooth slope styling. .
See the Smart Style video
4 Main Points of Smart Style
- Make a plan
- Every time you use freestyle terrain, make a plan for each feature you want to use
- Your speed, approach & takeoff will directly affect your maneuver and landing
- Look before you leap
- Before getting into freestyle terrain observe all signage & warnings
- Scope around the jumps first not over them
- Use your first run as a warm up run & to familiarize yourself with the terrain
- Be aware that the features change constantly due to weather, usage, grooming & time of day
- Do not jump blindly & use a spotter when necessary
- Easy style it
- Know your limits & ski/ride within your ability level
- Look for small progression parks or features to begin with and work your way up
- Freestyle skills require maintaining control on the ground & in the air
- Do not attempt any features unless you have sufficient ability & experience to do so safely
- Inverted aerials increase your risk of injury & are not recommended
- Respect gets respect
- Respect the terrain & others
- One person on a feature at a time
- Wait your turn & call your start
- Always clear the landing area quickly
- Respect all signs & stay off closed terrain and features
Be sure you Know the Code... your Responsibility Code provides safety tips while on the slopes. Smart Style is a terrain park specific safety program that you should check out before using terrain parks.