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Dylan Park

Houston, TX USA

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Playground Overview

Dylan Park is home to a brightly colored PlayBooster® playstructure featuring a wide range of inclusive play activities and extensive ramping inviting all to play. Children of all ages and abilities are able to engage in endless sensory-rich play on multiple play components including the Sway Fun® Glider, Rollerslide and OmniSpin® Spinner. The Cascade Climber and a Sensory Play Center® challenge little bodies and growing minds. Several CoolToppers® shade products help keep the play environment cooler and protect against the sun's rays.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • May 2015
  • Design/CAD Files

  • Min Area Required

  • Total Area: 152' x 73' (46,33 m x 22,25 m)
    5-12 Area 1: 77' x 73' (23,47 m x 22,25 m)
    5-12 Area 2: 75' x 46' (22,86 m x 14,02 m)

  • Max Fall Height

  • 83" (2,11 m)

  • Project Price Range

  • $200K-$500K+

    Pricing reflects only the equipment shown in the 3D render above. 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.

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[video: scene fades into a metal custom butterfly entrance gate. An arched metal sign above the gate reads Dylan Park. The camera zooms in to a different metal gate door that has a custom armadillo cut out. Camera close-up of a white flower in some tall grasses. Scene fades to a full garden of Black Eyed Susan yellow flowers. Camera switches to a pulled back view of the entire play area with accessible friendly surfacing painted different shades of blues and purples. Picnic tables with umbrellas are scatter around the outskirts of the playground. Camera angle switches to the other end of the playground where a Double Swoosh Slide and Lollipop Ladder come off the playground. Camera switches to a side view of the accessible ramp onto the playground with the different reach sensory panels along the ramp. Scene switches to a top down view of the Omni spinner. Camera slowly pans to the right showing a talk tube off a playground post. A Ring-a-Bell panel off the accessible ramp and a Swing Out overhead event. Camera switches to a view of custom retaining walls and benches with hand painted underwater paintings. The retaining walls have two oval slated shades overhead cascading shade down over the sidewalk and benches. Camera switches to full side view of the playground. Scene change to a swing set with an assisted harnessed bucket seat swing and a belt seat swing. A Double Rushwinder slide can be seen in the background of the swing set placed on the side of a small hill. Camera zooms in to a custom rotating wind art sculpture. Scene changes to the side of the playground where a freestanding sensory wall is located. Camera fades to a pulled back view across an open area of grass and side walk where the entire playground can be seen just off in the background. The camera switches to a full view of the A B C climber coming off the playground. Camera focuses on a circular garden to the side of the playground where shade and benches are located. Camera switches to a view of the playground where there is a Double Swoosh Slide, Clatter Bridge, and a Logo Climber. Camera switches to a full view of a Permalene learning braille clock panel. Scene switches to a panning view of side by side panels. The Ring-a-Bell Panel and the Bongo Panel. Scene switches to an elevated panning view across the tops of the playground skyway shade systems. The camera continues to pan away from a full view of Dylan Park. Screen fades to black with the Landscape Structures logo in the center of the screen. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a ribbon undulating above the text landscape structures. Text below the logo reads: Better playgrounds. Better world.]

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Lone Star Recreation of Texas
10701 Corporate Dr Ste 390
Stafford, TX 77477
USA
Phone 281-970-9010
Toll Free 800-867-2070
info@lonestarrecreation.com
www.lonestarrecreation.com

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