You won't find any trees, ponds or hiking trails at Houston's newest park — that's because it's made for skateboarders. Instead of green grass or playground equipment, the newly opened Spring Skatepark offers 72,000 square feet of concrete, which is more footage than any other skatepark in the country. Challenges for skaters include a ten-foot bowl, a 12-foot vertical ramp, banked walls, speed hips and a couple of backyard-style pools. There's also a section of stairs, banks, benches, rails and ledges, replicating the obstacles that riders find on public streets. Organizers are still putting together a website and getting an office phone installed at the facility. As of press time, there also was the pesky question of whether to allow access to BMX bike riders. But these are minor details that will soon be worked out. With some 1.6 acres of smooth concrete, this place is a skateboarder's wet dream.