The Nitro T1 might be a good idea - from what I can remember it won good wood this year.
If I were you though, I wouldn't get a park board, I'd get a jib board. Those are all snowboards that can hold their own on big mountains, as well as in the park. But if you're planning on staying on a small indoor slope, you should consider super flexy, jib-focused boards.
Signal Park Rocker (+1 Nivek)
Stepchild Street Recession (a little extreme, but this board has no edges, so you can really mess with it)
There are probably tons more. But that's just off the top of my head.
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