Pim van den Bos has been one of the riders who has put a lot of time and effort into the ramp section. The lack of an indoor place to ride (no bikes allowed at Area 51) made Pim decide to do it himself (with the help of his dad and a few others). Hard work pays off and Pim now has the possibility to work on new tricks without having to travel far.
It is possible to ride the ramps and then cruise over to the BMX track and do a few laps there and then hit the trails. If you're getting thirsty or hungry they sell drinks and noodles too. Domino's delivers at the park so that's an option as well.
The thing that's not too clear are the opening hours. With Choq in town we want to have a session later this week. The website does not help much and there is no phone number you can call. We'll see if we get the opening times from someone. For directions, more photos and further info on BMX Playground you should visit their website at:
Everything's on Youtube. We found this movie that will give you an idea of what the place is like, from BMX track to foampit to ramp set up: