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Eldorado Park

Clearwater, MN USA

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Playground Overview

The custom net system at Eldorado Park challenges kids ages 5 to 12 to climb to new heights and create their own routes through the expansive playground. The Global Motion® adds another dimension to play as kids can climb and spin by working together. The ZipKrooz® allows kids of all abilities to glide across the playground.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • October 2016
  • Min Area Required

  • 56' x 59' (17,07 m x 17,98 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 the custom net system at Eldorado Park that challenges kids ages 5 to 12 to climb to new heights and create their own routes through the expansive playground.

[video: music begins. Fade into bird’s eye view of entire playground. Two boys climb to the top of a Hemisphere cargo net climber. Four girls sit on top of a O-Zone Climber ring. A group of children climb through tunneled cargo net climbing structure.]

[video: birds eye view of all cargo net climbing structures on the playground. Close-up of kid’s feet walking on large braided rope bridge. Older boy spins the Global Motion spinning climber as several other children ride inside on the bottom and top levels. Camera close-up of two boys sitting on top level of the Global Motion as it spins.]

[video: two girls climb towards camera in the custom cargo net tunnel. Young girl pedals the handles of a hand Cycler. Young girl speaks to camera while standing in front of a cargo net.]

Young girl: My favorite thing about this Landscape Structure's playground is how we can do different challenges like, try not to fall or the floor is lava.

[video: camera switches to an elevated view of children climbing all over cargo net play areas. Close-up of a group of children’s feet walking on a large braided rope bridge. Camera switches to a close-up of young girl speaking to camera.]

Young girl 2: My favorite part about this playground is the giant swing and I really like the global motion.

[video: young girl pushes two other children as they lay down on the Oodle swing. Young girl runs and jumps in slow motion. She grabs a bar and holds on as the Global Motion is turning. Close-up of young girls face as she sits inside the Global Motion as it spins.]

Young girl 3 voiceover: I really like the Global Motion and I really like the Oodle swing. [video: Camera switches back to young girl 2 as she speaks to the camera.]

Young girl 2: I really like about this park is how you can climb. [video: close-up of child’s feet as they climb through a cargo net.]

Young girl 2 voiceover: And I really like the zip lines and the Global Motion.

[video: full view of ZipKrooz bays with children playing. Camera switch to boy talking to camera.]

Boy: I'm thirteen years old and what I like about this playground is that it has a lot of climbing opportunities.

[video: boy climbs upside down inside cargo net tunnel. Panning left to right view of cargo play area with children climbing.]

Boy voiceover: So, like people who like to climb stuff, so they can actually do it here instead of at their house.

[video: children scream and run around. Close-up of young girl carefully making her way across rope bridge. Close-up of young girl popping up in front of camera and speaking to camera.]

Young girl: I could do American Ninja Warrior.

[video: children glide on ZipKrooz. Camera switch to close-up of a large group of children playing on the Global Motion climbing spinner. Elevated view of two girls laying in the Oodle Swing as an adult pushes them. Young girl giggles.]

Young girl: Where going to hit you.

[video: young girl spins herself with one foot on stand-up spinner. Camera switches to a slow-motion view of a young boy pushing another boy in assisted bucket swing down the ZipKrooz bay. Mother pushes young girl down other ZipKrooz bay. Fade to Landscape Structures logo. The Landscape Structures logo is made of a red ribbon undulating above the text landscape structures.]

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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 360 view of specific areas around the Eldorado Park playground in Clearwater Minnesota.

[video: camera is places in the middle of two ZipKrooz bays. A young boy walks past the camera with ZipKrooz swing in his hand. He walks it to a girl who grabs it from the boy while standing on the landing zone platform.]

Young girl: I'll push you.

Young girl 2: No, I'll push her.

[video: a young girl pushes her friend seated in the assisted bucket swing on ZipKrooz. The girl runs alongside the swing as her friend glides down the tracks]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed on the top belted sitting zone inside the Global Motion rotating climber. A group of kids on the top belted sitting zone on the Global Motion as it begins to spin. As they get the structure moving from the main center pole they speak to each other.]

Young girl: Guys come on let’s all...ok.

[video: young girl leans over and waves to camera.]

Young girl 2: Hi

[video: The kids get the global motion spinning faster. Young girl turns to camera and gives a thumbs up.]

Young girl: Guys lets walk around when we do it so everybody can be in it.

Young girl 4: What about me? It's so hard.

Young girl 2: Oh yeah, it’s so hard Tory.

Young girl 3: Tory you stole my spot.

[video: young girl three pushes young girl 2 to move out of her spot. Young girl 2 leans away as she is being pushed.]

Young girl 2: Whoa whoa whoa!

[video: scene switches to the camera placed inside on the bottom platform of the Global Motion. Children ride inside while others spin the climber from the outside.]

Young girl: I'll stand.

Young girl 2: I'm pretty lite I guess. Tory is probably the strongest here except for this girl.

Young girl 3: No, I am.

[video: camera is placed in the middle of a cargo net climbing area. Children climb all around and talk to each other.]

Young boy: You want to race.

Young girl: I can race.

Young girl 2: I can race.

Young boy 2: I can race.

Young girl 3: [cheering] Mia, Mia!

[video: camera is placed in a different area of the cargo net climbing area. Two boys at the top of the net shout across the playground.]

Young boy: What? No?... [laughing] What?! That? No!

[video: scene switches to the camera placed on the side of the Oodle swing. An adult pushes two girls lying on the swing.]

Young girl: Whoa! [giggling]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed inside a cargo net climbing tunnel. Kids climb all around and have a conversation.]

Young girl: This is so fun.

[video: young girl climbs right towards the camera.] Young girl 2: Hi camera!

[indistinct conversation]

Young girl: You never said climbing experience.

[video: a boy and girl argue about a race they want to have.]

Young girl 2: Yeah, we said to the spiny thing and back.

Young girl 3: Yeah to the spiny thing and back and obviously we won.

Young girl 2: Yeah so.

Young boy: I demand a rematch.

Young girl 2: Ok, demand a rematch you get a rematch

Young girl 3: First one to win three races.

[video: scene fades to black as the children run away.]

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