From the outside, this brick warehouse near I-77 looks better suited to house broken-down tow trucks. But after a year and a half, BH's has emerged as the go-to skate park in Northeast Ohio. It boasts ramps, bowls, half-pipes, and rails galore. But it's the atmosphere that has customers coming back. The operators of the privately owned park see to it that customers bikers, rollerbladers, and skaters alike stay off each other's backs and out of each other's way, creating a harmonious venue for novice kids and expert adults. "When you fall, they don't laugh at you," reports one satisfied 11-year-old. And when you tucker out, there's pinball, a killer snack bar, and articles from Thrasher plastered to the wall for your reading pleasure. Oh, and there's one more little detail: Big Happy's is indoors a noteworthy attribute in a city where it snows half the year.