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Daniel Webster Children's Park

Albuquerque, NM USA

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Playground Overview

Daniel Webster Children’s Park in South Los Altos is colorful, bright and inviting to children of all ages and abilities.  The accessible ramps expand throughout the entire PlayBooster® playstructure where kids will find interactive sensory panels, multiple climbers and playground slides. The OmniSpin® spinner brings kids of all abilities together to interact and play. Additionally, SkyWays shade structures were integrated into the playground design to protect visitors from the harmful UV rays and heat.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

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

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • April 2017
  • Min Area Required

  • 78' x 67' (23,77 m x 20,42 m)

  • Project Price Range

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Video features a colorful, bright, and inviting play structures for children of all ages and abilities at Daniel Webster Children’s Park in South Los Altos. The accessible ramps expand throughout the entire PlayBooster® play structure where kids will find interactive sensory panels, multiple climbers and playground slides. The OmniSpin® spinner brings kids of all abilities together to interact and play. Additionally, SkyWays shade structures were integrated into the playground design to protect visitors from the harmful UV rays and heat.

[video: scene fades into elevated view of a colorful playground set in a valley of New Mexico in front of a sunny mountain range. The bright equipment has a colorful rainbow theme under colorful SkyWays shade structures. Kids wave from the structure up to the camera. Camera switches to an overhead view showing five different colored SkyWays shade sails covering the playground. White text appears in the middle of the screen reading: The Daniel Webster Children's Park is an all-inclusive play space dedicated to the memory of a fallen police officer in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico.]

[video: camera switches to an elevated side pan of the SkyWays shades and playground below. Camera switches to the opposite side of the park showing the entire park. Scene fades into a ground panning view across the play area where children run and play all around. shows play space set in a park. Scene switches to a group of children as they play at the different play panels underneath the playground decking. Camera switches to a pan in uniform as he talks about the park. Text appears at the bottom of the screen reading Chief of Police Albuquerque, NM, Gorden Eden, 2014-2017

Gorden: You know when I can remember somebody's name from more than 50 years ago I think that talks about the impact of play time.

Gorden's voiceover: It talks about the time where you actually build those relationships that last for life, and this is exactly what this will do. It's going to bring together grandparents, and parents, and children, and grandchildren and whole schools. And as we see it happening today, it gives teachers an opportunity to play with their students, and I think that is so important.

[video: side view of a boy as he spins the handle of the Optigear panel. A young girl walks up to the panel to watch the gears turn. Scene switches to a top down view of a boy and girl as they slide down a sensory Roller Slide. Scene switches to two young boys as they slide down the left slide of the Gemini Slide. Scene switches to a gather of people sitting on the cement sitting area next to the playground waiting to cut the ribbon for the park opening ceremony. Camera switches to a front view of the group waiting to cut the ribbon. Scene switches as a line of children in wheelchairs wheel forward to break the ribbon to open the park. The group of people rush forward to play on the playground. Camera views across they playground as children play all around. Scene switches to Gorden as he laughs while riding down the Roller Slide. Camera switches to a woman as she speaks to the camera about the playground. Text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: Park and Rec Director, Albuquerque, NM, Barbara Taylor 2014-2017)

Barbara: And this playground, above all playgrounds, has physical challenges and mental challenges.

Barbara voiceover: They're designed now for healthy living.

[video: side view of three boys climbing up a JigJab Climber. Scene switches to a view of two boys playing at a Color Splash Panel. Scene switches to a ground view of the colorful playground as children play all around.  Camera switches to a man as he speaks to the camera. Text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: Mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Richard J. Berry 2009-2017)

Richard: As you can see from this, this is a community effort.

Richard voiceover: This is about honoring one of our police officers who gave his life for our community.

[video: a police officer stands in front of a memorial poster showing a portrait of Officer Daniel Webster, EOW October 29th, 2015.] 

Richard voiceover: It's about honoring our kids, all of them. Bringing them together, and this is a place of pure joy.

[video: young girl in a wheelchair smiles up at the camera and waves her arms. Scene switches to a toddler walking up the stairs onto the structure, she turns around to look at the camera. The camera focuses on three girls as they climb through the rings of the O-Zone Climber. Scene switches to a woman and a woman officer as they work together to spin a group of kids on the inclusive OmniSpin. Scene switches to side-view of the playground filled with playing children. Camera switches to a second side view of children playing on the playground. Screen goes black with the Landscape Structures logo ion 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.]

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