Camp Woodward is a nationally known youth action sports summer camp somewhere in central Pennsylvania that originally opened in 1970. For their most recent project, the folks at Woodward turned to skatepark builders California Skateparks to help them create what's become an over 1,000 feet long wicked stretch of concrete designed to resemble the dry, sloping terrain of Southern California's school playgrounds and waterways.
Appropriately named the Snake Run, the new skate park is intend for all sorts of riders from skaters to BMX bikers, and features quarter-pipes, long rails, and three-step drops, in addition to a ton of other seemingly obstacle-course-like sculptures molded by hand by the designers. With more than 10,0000 man hours spent on creating the park, and the idea of adding to it each year with new obstacles, this is one place we think is a no-brainer to check out if you ride any sort of board or BMX bike. Check out more images and a full write-up at Cool Hunting.