FL - Ralph V
Video features the beauty of the natural elements like the trees at Ralph V. Chisholm Regional Park and how they blend seamlessly with the nature inspired play pieces. Rock Climbers add to the natural aesthetic while providing age appropriate climbing challenges to players. There are two playgrounds to accommodate all age groups. The PlayShaper® has climbers, slides and enclosures just sized right for 2-5-year-olds. The PlayBooster® for kids ages 5-12-years-old provides more challenges and includes a "Seek and Find" nature-themed medallions which are located throughout the playground.
[video: scene fades into a ground view across the park as a group of children rush to the playground. Large whimsical looking trees shade the play area with their elegant hanging moss. Scene switches as the camera pans with a young girl who runs across a Clatter Bridge. Scene switches to two boys as they climb and crawl across the tops of the Peak and Pentacle rock climbers. Camera pulls back for a full view of the rock climbers as the two boys situate themselves at the highest point of the climber. A young girl walks up and points to the large rock climber, she reaches her hands out to begin climbing herself. Scene switches to a view across the play area to parents pushing their children on the playground swing set. Three children run across the play area. Scene switches to a view of the Double Swoosh Slide. Two boys climb and play on the GeoPlex climber and stand on the playground decking. Camera switches to a view of a girl sitting at the top of a SlidWinder2 slide. She pushes herself down the slide, the camera follows her as she glides down the curves of the slide. Camera switches to a full view of the park playground with the large surrounding trees. Scene switches to a young boy as he touches and points to a raccoon carving into the side of the Discovery Tree climber. The boy looks back at the camera and then pack at the raccoon face peeking out of the knot of the tree. Scene switches to a full view of a young girl climbing up a Wood Plank Wiggle Ladder up onto the playground decking. Scene switches to a view of three children climbing and playing on the tops of the Peak and Pinnacle rock climbers. Scene switches to two boys standing on the playground decking reading the Animal Tracks learning panel. One of the boy points to the image of deer tracks on the panel. Scene switches as the camera comes into focus on a boy climbing on the top of the Peak Rock Climber. Camera switches to an elevated left to right panning view across the park playground. Children play on the different playground activates below. Camera switches to a steeper elevated view of the children playing on the park playground. Scene switches to a side view of a boy as he sits and spins himself around and down the Corkscrew Climber. Camera zooms in and focuses on the boy’s face as he climbs down the Corkscrew Climber. Scene switches to the boy as he now looks through the DigiFuse Periscope Panel. Camera switches to a ground view up to the DigiFuse Periscope Panel as the boy rotates and lifts the view finder. Scene switches to a young girl as she swings towards the camera on the playground swing set. Camera switches to a young girl as her father pushes her in an infant bucket seat swing. Scene switches to a full view of the 2 to 5-year-old playground structure. Children play on the age appropriate equipment. Camera switches and focuses on a girl as she stands on the playground decking above the Wood Plank Wiggle Ladder. Camera switches to the other side of the playground where two girls play on the playground stairs and transfer module. Scene switches to a side view of a young girl as she climbs up the Wood Plank Wiggle Ladder in slow motion. Camera switches to a top down view from the playground decking of a young boy traces his finger on a Trail Tracker Reach Panel. Scene switches to a view through a crawl tunnel. A boy quickly crawls through the tunnel towards the camera, he opens his mouth like he is going to roar at the camera. Scene switches as the camera focuses on a young girl’s feet and legs as she steps up the Log Steppers. Camera switches to a full view of the 2 to 5-year-old playground play area as parents watch their children play. Scene fades to a view down at a group of girls as they smile and wave in slow motion to the camera. Scene fades to a camera view down of a young boy as he smiles and waves to the camera while sitting on the playground decking. Scene fades to a full side view of the 5 to 12-year-old playground. The camera slowly pulls away from the play area showcasing the large surrounding whimsical trees. Screen goes black with the Landscape Structures logo in the center. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a red ribbon undulating above the text landscape structures. Text below the logo reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]