Bliss Products

Gregg Bliss
6831 South Sweetwater Road
Lithia Springs, GA 30122
(770) 920-1934
(800) 248-2547

Named Play & Park Structures’ Dealer of the Year for 2018, Bliss Products and Services is a leading supplier of commercial playground equipment in the southeast: DE, FL, GA, LA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, and VA.  While our home office is just outside of Atlanta, we have local agents throughout our territory to assist you with your playground.  Bliss Products and Services is a licensed contractor in most of our states, so we can assist you in a turnkey project.

Recent Projects & Testimonials

Central Winds Park, Winter Springs, FL

Play & Park Structures helped design a model environment so that no one is left out, and that everyone of all ages and abilities can play to the greatest extent possible. An inclusive National Demonstration Site embraces more than just choosing products. The design is based on validated, scholarly research, carefully considered products, and ultimately celebrates the voice of the community.

Kids Town at Plumrose Park, Booneville, MS

Meadows Park Origami Playground, Boynton Beach, FL

Destination Park Playground, Chesapeake, VA

The new Inclusive playground at Destination Park, in Chesapeake, Virginia has become the community’s favorite recreation area for outdoor play. Located in the bustling community of Deep Creek, this new playground was awarded National Demonstration Site status by PlayCore, and allows children of all abilities to play together. The shaded structure provides comfort from the sun, and a wide variety of activities including multiple electronic, interactive panels that invite children to play music, drums, and even a color and shape match game. The covered pavilion has also become a favorite spot for picnics and outdoor birthday parties.

Memorial Hospital Childcare Center, Chattanooga, TN

“The children love the many different activities on one piece of equipment and as a teacher I love that they are fairly close together. It makes supervision easier. I like that the children are able to transition from one activity to another easily.” - Mandy, Memorial Hospital Children’s Learning Center

Aleph Bet Children’s Center, Chattanooga, TN

This spacious playground, located in Chattanooga, TN, encourages creative play and serves as an outdoor classroom.  The nurturing staff encourages imagination, promotes independence, and fosters self-esteem in their students by allowing children ages two through Pre-K to learn at their own pace.

Signal Centers Playground, Chattanooga, TN

Signal Centers is a nonprofit agency which serves typically developing children and children with special needs. They designed their vision of a multiple age-range, inclusive play environment that factored in challenging topography, and the therapeutic services that their center offers to the community. With constituents that range in age from 6 weeks to adulthood, the playground needed to serve both typically developing children and those with disabilities and special needs. Not only is Signal Centers a universally accessible playground, but it is also certified as a NatureGrounds playground due to its integration of manufactured play equipment and the living landscape.

Silverdale Baptist Academy, Chattanooga, TN

With high ropes courses gaining national momentum, offering a play system that captures many of these experiences like creative net climbers, challenging virtual tunnels and a kid-powered trolley system provides a recreation space where kids will want to come back to again and again, and again.

A Readiness Learning Academy, Bradenton, FL

As a nationally accredited early childhood center, A Readiness Learning Academy serves children from 6 weeks old through 4 years as they prepare to enter kindergarten. Located in sunny Bradenton, Florida, the center boasts a newly installed twin deck playground structure that serves up to 45 children.

The University School, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Nova Southern University School added this clever themed play area to their overall playground space to support the Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten students. The whimsical Pirate’s Ship play center includes loads of marine inspired activities; moveable fish mazes and ship’s wheel, a pirate’s flag, and a large seating area for socializing.

A Dream Come True Playground, Harrisonburg, VA

The ‘Dream Come True Playground’ exemplifies the positive impact even a small Girl Scout Troop can have on a community.  Deeply committed to achieving their goal of barrier-free play for children of all abilities the troop applied for grants, held bake sales, and worked with local businesses and churches to secure funding for their dream. Play & Park Structures is proud to have been a part of this vision and the resulting inclusive play environment where children of all abilities truly have the opportunity to play side-by-side.

Buckingham Community Center, Fort Myers, FL

When local residents have birthday parties, family reunions, or a wedding to celebrate, they can make a reservation for a beautiful historic building that sits beside this inspiring Play & Park Structures themed playground.  Nestled among a mixture of live oak and palm trees, the natural setting provides an ideal spot for children and families.

Miracle League Playground Warner Park, Chattanooga, TN

Strong Reach Playground, Bowden, GA

After Jennifer Daniel and her 2 year old daughter spotted a young boy playing on an accessible swing, the little girl asked her mother, “Why does the boy have to play in the back of the playground?”  Her mother replied “You know what?  He shouldn’t, he should be able to play with everyone else.” At the conclusion of many fundraisers, the community finally reached their goal and feel their project has set a great example for the whole community.

Harlem Heights Community Park, Fort Myers, FL

When the Harlem Heights Community decided to upgrade its playground, they focused on making sure that the new structure incorporated primary colors. Using the existing playful border as a color cue, the updated structure incorporates an early horizons design that encourages imagination, promotes confidence, and enables children to make decisions about the paths they take to navigate the play space.

Rivermont Elementary School, Chattanooga, TN

Employees from PlayCore’s corporate offices and the Fort Payne manufacturing plant were on hand to lend some sweat equity to the installation of this much needed new playground at Riverview Elementary school. The design of the playground was a collaborative effort between Play & Park’s sales team and the school administrative staff.

Whitwell Elementary School, Whitwell, TN

This Spiral Mountain design featuring multi-colored slides, wavy climbers, and challenging overhead activities, boldly encourages students to spend their recess time wisely. Set against the backdrop of Whitwell Elementary School, this playground provides endless opportunities for children to improve their overall health and fitness levels.

Northwoods Academy, Macon, GA

Northwoods Academy’s playground site was dedicated to a former Northwoods Academy teacher, Cherry McLure Slover, who passed away in 2007.  The Academy received a $12,000 grant for the site, and Principal Tricia Storey describes the overall space as a ‘boundless playground’, where children of all abilities have the opportunity to play and explore.

Zachary Reyna Park, LaBelle, FL

In this small community of less than 4,500 residents, it is surprising to see a large playground structure surrounded by towering oak trees, aesthetically arranged native plantings, and outdoor fitness equipment strategically placed for optimum supervision.  “At the conception of this playground project, we recognized that the funding would not be coming from local revenue,” says Ramiro Rodriguez, Hendry LaBelle Recreation Director. “I realized that I would need to put a board together that would be deeply connected in the community, and able to use their considerable influence to secure 100% in donor funding.”  Mr. Rodriguez’s team did not let him down.  In fact, one of the largest donors doesn’t even live in the local community. Elizabeth Bumgarner lives over 13 miles away in Alva, in neighboring Lee County.  When asked why she donated such a significant amount of funding for this project, she simply stated, “I wanted children to have a safe place to play, and I believe in paying it forward.”

The Zachary Reyna Playground was also awarded with two designations by PlayCore; a National Demonstration Site for Outdoor Fitness, and for PlayOn! Physical Activity, recognizing the community’s commitment to healthy lifestyles for all residents.