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City of Sevierville Park

Sevierville, TN USA

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Playground Overview

The City of Sevierville created a one-of-a-kind play experience for kids. The mainstay of this playground environment is the custom SkyWays® shade product integrated with the Lunar Blast® playground net. The climbing skills of kids ages 5 to 12 are challenged while they are protected from the Tennessee sun and heat. In addition to this custom playground solution, 2- to 5-year-olds stay active on the Motion playstructure while other freestanding play events—Sensory Play Center®, TopsyTurny® and OmniSpin® spinners, We-Saw®—deliver more playground excitement.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 2 to 5 Years
    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • August 2017
  • 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 the large SkyWays shade system and Lunar Blast playground rope climber of Sevierville City Park in Sevierville Tennessee.

[video: scene begins with an elevated view of the Lunar Blast rope climber filled with children with an overhead SkyWays shade system above. Camera switches to a ground view looking up the ropes of the Lunar Blast climber. The camera pans to a girl as she says hello.]

Girl: Hello world.

[video: scene switches to a close-up of a boy sitting on the ropes of the Lunar Blast climber.]

Boy: Hi.

[video: white text appears in the center of the screen reading: An inclusive playground.]

[video: camera switches to a full elevated view of the SkyWays shade system over the Lunar Blast climber. Scene switches to a young girl as she spins on the Gyro Twister Spinner. Scene switches to two boys standing on the Smart Play Motion play structure. One of the boys pushes a toy car down a toy race track surrounding the outside of the play structure. White text appears in the center of the screen reading: designed for everyone.]

[video: the scene switches to a young girl as she screams and jumps up to grab a bar on the playground. Scene switches to a young girl as she leans underneath the Ring-a-Bell panel on the Motion play structure to play the Bongo Panel below. Scene switches to a group of five children as they all bounce back and for on the inclusive Wee-saw seesaw. Scene switches to a full side view pan across the Lunar Blast as children climb all around. Scene switches to two girls as they spin their friend on the Blender Spinner. Camera switches to a ground view up through the ropes of the Lunar Blast climber. Several children climb above the camera. Camera switches to a ground view up to a girl as she talks about the playground.]

Girl: I really like the red ropes course because you can just climb on it.

[video: camera switches to a different girl climbing on the Lunar Blast as she speaks to the camera about the playground.]

Girl 2: I like the chairs that spin because it always spins a lot and it takes your weight and makes it spin around so fast.]

[video: camera switches to a girl as she spins on the Saddle Spinner. Camera switches back to a girl standing by the Lunar Blast as she gives her opinion about the playground.]

Girl 3: I like this web because I can climb a lot.

[video: scene switches to a young girl as she sits inside the Inclined Tunnel of the Motion play structure. She talks to the camera about her favorite thing on the playground.]

Girl 4: Well my favorite thing to do is sit in here, because it’s nice and quiet.

[video: scene switches to the OmniSpin where a mother spins two children on the inclusive playground spinner. A child’s wheelchair sits in the foreground of the scene. Scene switches to a ground view of a baby walking across the artificial grass surfacing. Camera switches to a close-up of the upper half of a young girl as she spins on the Gyro Twister spinner. Scene switches to a view across the play area to a group of children sitting and climbing on the ropes of the Lunar Blast climber. Scene switches to two girls spinning together on the Gyro Twister. Camera switches to a ground side view up the Lunar Blast rope climber. Children climb their way to the peak of the climber. Scene switches to four girls as they play on the inclusive multi person Wee-saw seesaw. Scene switches to a young girl as she smiles at the camera while spinning the wheel of the Rain Sound Wheel Panel. Scene switches to a back view of two girl’s as they play the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone. Camera switches to a side view as a woman as she helps a young man play the Rhapsody Kundu Drum. She holds his hand to help him hit the center of the drum. Scene switches to a side view of a young girl playing the Rhapsody Vivo Metallophone. Scene switches to a top down view of a young girl as she spins in slow motion on the Gyro Twister spinner. Camera switches to a top down view of children playing on the Smart Play Motion play structure. Scene switches to a top down view as the camera slowly pulls away from a girl spinning in slow motion on a Saddle Spinner. The girl looks up to the camera and smiles. Scene switches to a top down view of four girl’s holding onto the handle ropes of the TopsyTurny Spinner. Camera switches to a top down view of a girl spinning her friend in slow motion on the Blender Spinner. Scene fades to a side view of children spinning in and out of the frame on the inclusive OmniSpin. Scene fades to a young girl wearing glasses as she smiles and waves to the camera in slow motion. Scene fades to two girls as they smile and wave to the camera. Scene fades to a young girl in a wheelchair as she smiles and waves to the camera in slow motion. Scene fades to an elevated view of the entire play area of the park. The camera slowly pulls farther away from the park as the screen goes black. The Landscape Structures logo appears in the center of the screen. 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.]

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