Playground Components make your playground more fun. They may be freestanding or components of a larger playground structure.
|ADA and Accessible
|Check here for options that offer accessibility. Bridges, tables, benches, ramps, grills, seats, swings, gliders. It isn't always as simple as a four seat table, leave out one of the seats. Accessibility looks at various methods of approach and use. Will a wheelchair fit under the table? Can the user reach the table or are they so far out from the table they need a pole to reach the table?
|Bridge, Deck and Stair
|Platforms, decks, ramps, bridge to access and connect various features of a playground structure.
|Climbing offers challenges for different age groups. Climbing selection should consider the age group of the user, and skill set. Some climbers may be freestanding while others are intended to connect to a composite playground structure.
|Climbing walls make offer more challenge and require greater skill set than a climber on an angle. Vertical climbs, somewhat like rock climbing is typically used for older age groups. Some climbing walls are freestanding, others must be mounted on an existing wall or as an access feature to a playground structure.
|Geodesic Dome Climbers
|Geodesic Dome Climbers have been on the playground for many years. Recall the nostalgia of your younger days. Various heights are available for different age groups. Pentagons, hexagons and triangles create a geometric puzzle to offer endless routes to fun.
|Interactive Music Play
|Interactive Music Play engages the body and the mind. Science and math class disguised as playground fun. Scales, notes and rhythms offer unlimited and endless fun. Some items may allow for a freestanding event, others are wall mounted or even serve as a panel sidewall on an above ground deck.
|Merry Go Round
|We played on them as children, and they are still fun and exciting. Various sizes help with space planning.
|Monkey bars, jungle gym or hand over hand fun! Freestanding for independent play, or structure mounted. Some models may be found in physical fitness areas serving children or adults.
|Trapeze Rings, Grab Handles, Hand Grips, Steering Wheels, Steps, Ladders and other things to attach to your play structure to make it more fun.
|Learn Spanish, Tic-Tac-Toe, Race, Trace, control an airplane, peep through the portholes, play a piano, shapes, alphabet letters, peer through a window, educational, nature, geography, games, math or customize. Easy and economical free standing events or used as an enclosure or barrier.
|Made in the Shade! Put a LID on it. Protect the little ones from the hot sun, harmful UV rays or create an enclosure. Create a freestanding shade area with four posts and a roof.
|Many hours of fun are digging and building on the playground beach. Sand tables, borders, covers both ground level and elevated.
|See Saw and Teeter Totter
|A long time classic. Encourage cooperation and working together while having fun.
|Signs Markers and Instructions
|Age group, directional signs, stop, yield, handicapped, traffic light, pet station, railroad, no parking, fitness station instructions
|Animals, vehicles and shapes to ROCK your world.
|Single and multiple passenger tires to swing about the playground. Replacement hardware, brackets, swivels and rubber boots.
|Tunnels Crawls and Tubes
|Components to make a tunnel or tube, or ready made to your specifications. Not just for kids, a popular feature in a pet park, crawl tunnels for the pooch! May be used indoor and out, even create you own slide!