As you begin designing and building your first commercial playground, you’ll start to notice that every feature has its own name, from the components that attach to the play structure — like slides and ramps — to the site furnishings surrounding the space — like benches and picnic tables.
To make designing your playground easier, we’ve organized all playground equipment into distinct categories. Learn more about each category we offer at Play & Park Structures and start building your play space today.
Playground equipment is made up of unique components that are attached directly to the main playground structure. These are the actual parts children play on — from challenging climbers and thrilling slides to dramatic panels and relaxing cozy spots.
Components are the easiest way to customize your playground, creating a unique, one-of-a-kind play structure.
Choose from hundreds of Play & Park Structures components, such as:
Unlike components, freestanding playground equipment is not attached to the main playground structure. These are exciting stand-alone features such as swing sets, see-saws, and rock climbing equipment that give children a quieter space away from the main structure to play!
Best of all, freestanding playground equipment can be added to an existing playground for an instant refresh without having to invest in an entirely new playground.
Examples of freestanding playground equipment include:
Children need compliant and durable materials beneath their feet for traction and impact protection. The right surfacing can even bring color and life to a play space, in vibrant hues to make your playground look fun and inviting!
All Play & Park Structures playground surfacing is designed to endure natural wear and tear from weather and years of play.
Explore our extensive variety of playground surfacing materials, such as:
The finishing touch to any recreation space is adding the right site furnishings, giving parents and caretakers a comfortable spot to relax while children play.
From cozy seating areas under the shade to neat trash and recycling bins to keep the space clean, some examples of site furnishings include:
Make your park inclusive to generations 13 years old and up by adding outdoor fitness equipment near the playground! While a caretaker watches the kids play, another can work out in the sunshine.
Examples of Play & Park Structures outdoor fitness equipment include:
Sports spaces are a fantastic addition to any park and playground. Adding a nearby tennis or basketball court encourages children and adults alike to collaborate and have fun while playing games.
Examples of Play & Park Structures sports equipment products include:
As a partner of one of the largest playground equipment suppliers in the United States, Play & Park Structures produces some of the highest-quality equipment in the business.
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