What To Look for In a Park Playground
When you’re considering playground equipment for a park, several factors should be taken into account to ensure the safety, engagement, and development of the people using it.
- ADA Accessible Routes: Consider ADA routes of travel when placing the playground so people with disabilities can navigate the park environment for the parking area to the playground and beyond.
- Line of Sight and Safety: Choose playground equipment that doesn’t hinder supervision so that caregivers have a clear line of sight across the playground.
- Age-Appropriateness: Choose playground equipment for all ages so that children throughout the community have an opportunity to play.
- Accessibility & Inclusivity: Choose equipment that allows children of all ages and abilities to play together.
- Maintenance: Choose equipment (like ours) made from high-quality, durable materials that can withstand heavy use. Your maintenance crew will thank you.
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"The community is happy with the new playground and it has been a great addition to our park. Thanks again to Superior for their excellent professionalism and product."