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All-Nations KidzQuest, First Apostolic Church

Maryville, TN USA

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Playground Overview

A castle-themed PlayBooster® play structure takes center stage in this playground design. That, combined with the nearby Netplex® play structure, and the selection of net climbers, bridges, slides and custom roofs make this play space a must-explore for kids ages 5 to 12. The Nook and Loft provides a space for kids ages 6 months to 5 years can safely play and interact with peers. Even more, the Rhapsody® Outdoor Musical Instruments add a harmonious dimension to the playground, while a freestanding Global Motion®, customized using DigiFuse® panels, and Sway Fun® glider deliver more play opportunities for kids.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 6 to 23 months
    • 2 to 5 Years
    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • August 2017
  • Min Area Required

  • 107' x 87' (32,61 m x 26,52 m)

  • Project Price Range

  • Pricing for custom playground equipment varies. For international and exact pricing, please contact your local playground consultant.

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

Video features a unique castle themed school playground with all new Global Motion Spinner and ZipKrooz Zip line at the All-Nations KidzQuest of the First Apostolic Church.

[video: music plays. Aerial view of top of school roof panning down to playground below. Camera switches to ground level as a group of kids spin on global motion structure. Young boy holds out hand towards camera and shouts as he spins by.]

Young boy: Wooh!

[video: young girls inside the top of the Global Motion hold on as it spins. Camera switches to a view inside the Global Motion where children sit as other children spin structure from the outside. Camera switches to inside Global Motion of three girls standing and looking outside of structure.]

Young girl: It's awesome!

[video: young boy slides his way across hand glider rails. Boy hops on ZipKrooz seat and glides away from the camera. Camera angle changes to overhead looking down as riders on ZipKrooz glide by.]

[video: full view of entire ZipKrooz as children glide back and forth. Camera at top of slide shows girl going down slide with her arms stretched up to the sky. Boy shoots himself down the slide quickly. Two young girls hold hands as they go down the slide.]

[video: Young girls work together to sway back and forth on the Sway Fun glider. Camera switch to top view looking down as a group of kids work together to make the Sway Fun move.]

[video: Young boy sits in the bottom of the Global Motion. As he spins he points at where on the playground he likes to play.]

Young boy: I like playing on the castle. Because we can play tag on it.

[video: camera switch to castle structure as children run and play on it.]

[video: young boy in the bottom of the Global Motion indistinctly mumbles to camera about Spiderman as he spins. Close-up of kid’s hands and feet as they climb up Disc Net climber. Young girl points to American flag on panel displaying different county flags.]

Young girl: This is Americas flag that we live in.

[video: camera switch to full panning view across whole playground as children run, play, and shout. Young girl spins quickly on saddle spinner. Young girl holds onto door frame as she steps into Smart Play Nook house. Camera zooms in on young girl and boy as they smile through a window of the Nook house. Young girl screeches at camera.]

[video: toddler looks at camera and extends her hand. Group of young girls gather and tickle young boy on the ground. Camera zooms in to young boy playing with shape slider. Young boy and girl play a Rhapsody Goblet Drum together. Camera close-up of mallets playing Rhapsody Ditty Metallophone.]

[video: camera switch to close-up of Global Motion DigiFuse panels designed with cartoon children holding hands. Close-up of a boy’s tennis shoes balancing on ball knot with Landscape Structures logo. Young girl looks at camera as she climbs through Disc Net climber.]

[video: young girl plays Rhapsody Goblet Drum. Young boy waves at camera from inside the top of the Global Motion spinner.

Young girl smiles and waves at camera in slow motion. Another young girl smiles and waves at camera in slow motion. Boy and girl stand in middle of the castle structure walk across bridge. Fade to Landscape Structures logo. 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.]

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Playground products shown in video may not be appropriate for every age group. Playsystems shown in video are for demonstration purposes only. Product configurations may vary.

This video features a 360 view at various locations on the All-Nations Kids Quest First Apostolic Church playground.

[video: scene begins with the camera placed in the middle of two ZipKrooz bays. Boys and girls take turns riding down past the camera. A boy points to the camera as he rides past.]

Young boy: look an eyeball!

[video: scene switches to the camera placed next to the Global Motion rotating climber. Children play on the surrounding playground structures as a group of children spin together on the Global Motion. Children spin on the outside and inside of the rotating climber.]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed on the ground in the middle of the play structure where a group of children sit in the shade. A young boy approaches the camera.]

Young boy: What is this?!

Young girl: It's a camera don't mess with it just act natural.

[video: boy moves closer to camera and taps it with his finger. Young girl taps him to tell him to back up and stop what he is doing.]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed beneath a Disc Net Climber. A young boy leans on a rope of the climber in front of camera. He looks at the camera and smiles. Nearby another young boy climbs on the SwiggleKnots Bridge. The boy standing by the camera looks around and then reaches forward to touch the camera with his finger. He pulls back abruptly and looks away again. He reaches out again to touch the camera but then quickly raises his hands in the air. Fade to black.]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed near a Rhapsody Outdoor Musical Instruments play area. A young boy and girl play Rhapsody Goblet Drum while a young girl plays the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone. Scene fades to black.]

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