Hedra®

Model #265928

MN - Parkview Hills Park

Video features the playground at Parkview Hills Park in Delano Minnesota.

[video: scene fades into a full view of a unique playground structure with hexagonal shaped pods and orange fogged plastic panels. Children climb and play on the structures different rope and other geometric shaped climbers. A father stops and takes a picture of his children playing on the structure. Scene switches to a focused view of a girl as she transfers from a climber to the playground decking. A boy runs up a belted ramp to the highest pod of the play structure. Scene switches to a young girl as she wiggles the center rope of three with geometric knobs and discs on the bottom for climbing. Another girl in the background scooches on her rear down a belted ramp. A boy sits on his hip in one of the hexagonal pods as he waves to the camera through a metal hexagon perforated panel.]

[video: a boy climbs up a climber with hexagonal panels and smaller hexagon shape cut outs for foot and hand holds as it shifts and sways on its spring base. Scene switches to a boy and girl as they bounce up and down on a narrow strip of belting while holding onto parallel ropes to stabilize themselves. Camera switches to an elevated view down to children playing on the connecting belt climbers in the center of the play structure. A girl ducks through an opening of a hexagonal pod to climb up onto a belted platform. Scene switches to view of one of the orange fogged panels with the Landscape Structures squiggled ribbon logo engraved on it. A boy’s body figure can be seen through the panel, the camera pans down to the boy’s hand as he moves and slides a circular plastic donut back and forth on a metal rod. Scene switches to a view up to the highest hexagonal pod where a girl climbs up into it while another girl sits at the top of a slide and the far left of the pod. Scene switches to a ground view of children climbing and running around the play structure at the park playground.]

[video: with a full elevated view of the large hexagonal inspired play structure and a smaller version of the same structure in the background the camera pans from right to left. Children play all over both structures and parents stand and watch from a surrounding sidewalk. A child shouts to their friends.]

Child: Whoever gets up there wins!

[video: with a full elevated view of the smaller hexagonal inspired play structure two children slide down the two separate curved slides of the structure.]

Girl: Wee! [laughter]

[video: the camera pans up with two girls as they climb up a roped ladder and another belted climber. The climb up into the highest pod and slide down a green curved slide. The camera focuses and follows a girl as she slides down the slide. A girl sitting at the top of the green slide smiles as she holds onto its rounded sides. She screeches as she slides down past the camera. Scene switches to a father as he lifts his young toddler onto a triangular platform. The young girl giggles as she climbs up onto a second belted platform area and stands herself up. Camera switches as it pans from a fogged orange plastic panel down to view a girl as she climbs out of a hexagonal pod. The camera focuses close on the girl’s jacket as she jumps down from the platform. She giggles. Scene switches to a top down view of a boy as he climbs up into one of the hexagonal pods. A girl with a knitted winter hat also climbs up into on of the pods. A girl kneels on the ground next to a panel with three different sized metal domes. She flips a triangular shaped piece of this plastic attached to the panel hitting the metal dome created a bell like ring. She yells.]

Girl: Fire! Fire!

[video: scene switches to the girl as she walks across a small geometrically shaped bridge. The camera pulls back for a full view of the bridge like climber as she jumps down next to another girl standing nearby. The screen fades to white as a black vertical line appears in the center of the screen, the Flagship Recreation logo slides out from the right of the black line. Then the Landscape Structures logo slides out from the left of the line. Text below both logos read “For a better tomorrow we play today”. Adult laughter can be heard in the background.]

Child: Daddy I already climbed that.

[video: screen fades to black and video ends.]

Hedra® - Intro

This video features the new 2020 Hedra Landscape Structures playground designs.

[video: scene fades into a panning view up a unique playground climber with geometric shapes with hexagonal cut out hand and foot holds. View switches to a different climber with more hexagonal inspired design. The camera switches to many different materials of climbers, panels, and other locations on the play structure highlighting the hexagonal inspiration. A bamboo panel flashes the screen as the next scene quickly show cases a gematrical shaped ball on a climbing rope. As the camera switches from view of the different textured materials used all over the play structure views of the hexagonal play pods show on screen.]

[video: two children play in a play pod that is silhouetted by the sun. Scene switches to a full silhouetted view of the Hedra Towers, a flock of small birds fly up and over the connecting tunnels as the screen fades to black.]

[video: a blue gradated screen appears with a honey comb design in the background. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Is Hedra the new shape of play?]

[video: small honey comb design fades into the next seen of a full view of children climbing on a Hedra play structure. Camera switches to a view up to a boy as he climbers on a belted stepping bridge. Text appears in the center of the screen reading: Yes, and…]

[video: a boy with leg braces leaves his wheelchair transferring himself onto a lower transfer station onto the Hedra play structure. Text in the middle of the screen reads: it offers new inspiration with each new encounter.]

[video: A boy and girl climb together up the hexagonal climber up into a play pod. Camera switches to a side of a boy with leg braces as he claws across a belted bridge from a hexagonal shaped stepper into the first play pod. The camera focuses on two children’s legs as they climb up a climber. Scene switches back to the boy with leg braces as he craws up the inclined belted walk way up into the highest play pod.]

[video: small honey comb design transitions the scene to full elevated view of the three Hedra play structure types. Text and arrows point and label the three structures. The smallest structure labeled as: Hedra Scout Ages 2 to 5. The middle-sized structure labeled as: Hedra Ages 5 to 12. And the largest with elevated pods labeled: Hedra towers Ages 5 to 12.]

[video: the scene switches to a different playground location with a full bird’s eye view of a Hedra and Hedra Scout play structures. Text and arrows label the two structures.]

[video: a blue gradated screen appears with a honey comb design in the background. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Is Hedra intuitive?]

[video: small honey comb design transitions the scene to a full side view of a Hedra play structure as children run up to its climbers. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Yes and…]

[video: scene switches to a different angle of the Hedra where children play all around. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: all it requires is a little curiosity.]

[video: a view up to the top play pod as children’s silhouettes walk past the orange fogged polycarbonate panel. A girl slides down a slide. Scene switches back to the first Hedra playground filled with children. A blue gradated screen appears with a honey comb design in the background. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Is Hedra different?]

[video: small honey comb design transitions the scene to a panning down view of the Hedra Towers. As children climb through the enclosed connecting tunnels white text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Yes, and…]

[video: scene switches to a view down the enclosed connecting tunnels of the Hedra Towers where children climb through the crossing rope obstacles inside. White text in the middle of the screen reads: it can be whatever kids want it to be.]

[video: the camera comes into focus on the geometric shaped balls connected to the crossing ropes inside the tunnel. Scene switches back to a full view of a Hedra play structure.]

[video: a young girl slides and spins the shapes of a shapes panel inside one of the Hedra pods. The camera focuses on the girls had as she spins and slides the triangle shape across the panel. A young boy crouches as he plays with a shape on shape slide panel on a lower outside section of the play structure. Scene switches to a girl’s foot as she steps out onto a belted balance beam.]

[video: front view of a boy and girl as they ride down together on the Hedra’s stainless steel slide. As they get up from the base of the slide the scene speeds up and another child slides down the slide. Scene fades to children giggling and having indistinct conversations as they climb up the different rope and belted climbers. Scene switches to a view of the top of the slide as a girl squeals as she rides down.]

[video: scene switches to children jump up and down on a belted balance beam. A blue gradated screen appears with a honey comb design in the background. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Is Hedra fun?]

[video: small honey comb design transitions the scene to a young boy speaking to the camera.]

Boy: It’s got a lot of space to play tag.

[video: the camera switches to a children all around the Hedra play areas as they talk about what they like about the play structures.]

Girl: I really like how high it is off the ground.

Boy 2: I like how there are so many places to climb.

Girl 2: How there’s so much things to climb.

Girl 3: I like that it’s big.

Boy 3: All the climbing stuff you can do.

Girl 4: I like going on the slides too.

Girl 5: That you can climb around.

Boy: And that it gives us good exercise.

[video: small honey comb design transitions the scene to a full view of the Hedra Tower and Hedra Scout as children play all around. Scene switches to the second playground location of the Hedra play structure. Scene switches to a young boy as he climbs up a belted climber of a Hedra play structure. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Where experiences and activities…]

[video: camera switches between different views of children playing on the different play structures. White text appears on screen reading: can’t be counted.]

[video: ground view up to the central tower pod of the Hedra Tower. Scene switches to a view of the connecting climbers of a Hedra play structure. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: only created.]

[video: scene switches between the two playground locations as children climb and play all over three different Hedra play structures. Scene ends on a full view of the Hedra play structure with the Hedra Towers in the background. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Hedra exclusively from…]

[video: screen goes blue with honey comb design background. The Landscape Structures Inc logo appears in the center of the screen with text below reading: For a better tomorrow we play today.]

Hedra®

This video features the new 2020 Hedra Landscape Structures playground designs.

[video: scene begins with a full view of the new Hedra Tower, Hedra, and Hedra Scout playground structures with their unique climbers and pods. The camera pans over the top of the Hedra design where children play all over the modern and rounded hexagonal design. A boy and girl climb together up the hexagonal climber up into a play pod. The camera focuses on the children’s feet as they climb. Scene switches to a girl’s foot as she steps out onto a belted balance beam.]

[video: a view up to the top play pod as children’s silhouettes walk past the blue fogged polycarbonate panels. The camera focuses on a girl’s feet as she steps from one climber to the next. A child off camera speaks.]

Child: No no no, I’m higher.

[video: scene switches to a top down view into one of the hexagonal pods where two boys squeeze past each other climbing through a floor porthole. A boy spins around on a rope with small hexagonal foot and hand holds hanging below a belted pathway above. A child shouts.]

Child: Ahh!

[video: ground view up through netted rope climbers to a girl as she transfers from one play area to another. The camera pans along the length of a rope focusing on the connecting device to the main post. A boy plays with a shaped bead panel as a child giggles in the background.]

[video: a boy with leg braces leaves his wheelchair transferring himself onto a lower transfer station onto the Hedra play structure. The camera focuses on the bottom of a climber with a spring below that increases climbing challenge. Camera switches to a side of a boy with leg braces as he pulls himself across a belted bridge from a hexagonal shaped stepper into the first play pod. Scene switches to the boy as he craws up the inclined belted walk way up into the highest play pod.]

[video: front view of a boy and girl as they ride down together on the Hedra’s stainless steel slide. A girl slides down towards the camera on a Hang Glider slide.]

Girl: Ahh!

[video: a young girl swings from the rungs of a Windowpane Overhead Ladder monkey bar set. Scene switches as the camera zooms around a hexagonal pane to a boy playing and climbing on the Hedra play structure. Scene switches to a full view of children playing all over the Hedra play structure. Scene fades to a new playground location with a different Hedra play structure.]

[video: children climb and play all over the unique hexagonal shaped panels and climbers of the structure. A young girl shakes the rope of a SwiggleKnots Bridge. A young boy waves through a perforated aluminum panel. A boy climbs up a climber into one of the play pods. Children jump up and down on a belted balance beam. Camera switches to a top down panning view of children playing all around on the many activities of the Hedra. A girl ducks and climbs up onto the different belted climbers. Scene switches as the camera views through an orange fogged polycarbonate panel with a Landscape Structures logo engraved in the corner. The camera pans past the panel to a child playing from the opposite side with a shaped bead panel.]

[video: scene switches to a view up to the top play pods as children climb and play inside and out. A girl slides down the slide. Camera switches to a side view of children playing all over the Hedra play structure. Scene switches to a full elevated view of children playing on the Hedra. Scene fades to black.]

Product Details

Age Ranges

  • 5 to 12 years

Play Systems

Shipping Weight

  • 6,185 lbs

Dimensions

    • Max Fall Height (ASTM): 88" (2,24 m)
    • Max Fall Height (CSA): 126" (3,20 m)
    • Min Area Required: 42' 4" x 47' 6" (12,90 m x 14,48 m)

Design Standards

astm csa

Price Range (USD)
$20K+

*Prices vary. For international and exact pricing, contact your local playground consultant.

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Overview

The unique geometric configuration and continuous circuits create a hive of evolving play that encourages exploration. Kids enjoy novel play experiences, time after time.

Features

  • Multiple entry points and interconnected experiences

  • ADA compliant
  • Choice of Alpine® Slide or SlideWinder2®

  • Optional Stainless Steel Slide

  • Choice of bamboo panels or perforated aluminum panels

  • Choice of polycarbonate panels or perforated aluminum panels

  • Choose from three specially curated palettes: BU (blues), BV (natural), BW (playful)

  • Direct bury or surface mount
  • U.S. Patent pending

ProShield Finish

ProShield® Finish

Polyethylene

Polyethylene

Permalene

Recycled Permalene®

Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate

Sensory

  • Proprioception
  • Tactile
  • Vestibular+
  • Visual

Motor Skills

  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Cardiovascular
  • Coordination
  • Core Body Strength
  • Endurance
  • Eye-Hand Coordination
  • Fine Motor
  • Flexibility
  • Lower Body Strength
  • Motor Planning
  • Upper Body Strength

Cognitive Skills

  • Problem Solving
  • Strategic Thinking

Social/Emotional Skills

  • Cooperation
  • Imaginative Play
  • Social Skill Development
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