Los Angeles, CA USA
The inclusive playground at Griffith Park is an exciting experience for all children, designed in partnership with Shane's Inspiration, that brings inclusive play to a new level. This playground celebrates the grand re-opening of the first Shane's Inspiration playground 20 years ago. A space ship and water-themed custom playground let's imaginations soar and accessible to all. Besides the main playstructure, there are many inclusive freestanding play elements including the We-Go-Round® which allows standing and sitting options and can easily accommodate wheelchairs aboard the flush base. The OmniSpin® Spinner is another option for players who love to spin. If back and forth motion is what you prefer, climb aboard the Sway Fun® Glider. DigiFuse® panels invite players and caregivers to interact with each other to learn something new, like sign language!
- 2 to 5 Years
- 5 to 12 years
- April 2019
Project Price Range
Pricing for custom playground equipment varies. For international and exact pricing, please contact your local playground consultant.
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Color is an important decision, and our playgrounds are available in many color options. Use our carefully curated palettes or work with our design team to create your own color combination. Contact your local playground consultant to learn more.
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 Landscape Structures and their proud partner Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration to bring inclusive play to Los Angeles, CA and spread the message of inclusivity to thousands more through their school programs throughout the county.
[video: a still photograph of a man leaning over a newly born baby in the hospital fades into the middle of the screen white text below it reads: Shane Alexander Williams came into his parents lives in 1997 for a brief but profound time.]
[video: a second photograph of a women leaning over a baby in the hospital fades into the middle of the screen. White text fades in below the photograph that reads: passing away due to spinal muscular atrophy just two weeks after his birth, his parents, along with help of a dear friend searched for a way to honor his life.]
[video: a third image of the man and woman as the snuggle together with the little baby Shane. A full image of the Griffith Park playground appears in the center of the screen. White text below reads: 20 years ago, Griffith Park opened in his honor as Shane’s Inspiration’s original inclusive playground the first of its kind in the City of Los Angeles.]
[video: a image of the world map appears in the middle of the screen with set pinned locations of playgrounds all around the world. White text below reads: This vision has grown to a network of 70 inclusive playgrounds.]
[video: scene switches to a side pan of the playground at Griffith Park. White text at the bottom of the screen reads: In 2019 Griffith Park has been reimagined for Shane’s 22nd birthday.]
[video: two men work together to move a pop-up tent designed with the Shane’s Inspiration logo on top. Text on the bottom of the screen reads: A grand opening introduced the updated park to the public.]
[video: a man holding a piece of paper walks across a parking lot. A person pulls a wagon filled with a foldable table and other event supplies. A group of men wearing safety vests speak to a woman in a parking lot. A man scrubs a plaque with a toothbrush. The camera focuses on the man’s hands as he scrubs the plaque. Two people work together to put the tent top on a pop-up tent. A group of volunteers work together to prep picnic tables with table cloths. They begin handing out signs to place around the parking lot and play area. Sign reads: Bus Drop Off (with an arrow reading parking).]
[video: kids file off a school bus to the play area. The children walk in a group under the Shane’s Inspiration playground arch way. In fast forward a crowd of children walk towards and past the camera on a sidewalk. The scene fades to a full elevated view of Griffith Park as children wander and play on the many different play areas. Text at the bottom of the screen reads: The park sits on 2 acres.]
[video: the camera focuses on a arched playground sign as children play on the play structure in the background. The sign reads: Play For All, This play area is recommended for children ages 5 to 12 and requires users to have sufficient strength and coordination. Adult supervision is strongly recommended. Play. Imagine. Create.]
[video: a mother sits with her two children on a bench inside an inclusive We-Go-Round carousel. Text at the bottom of the screen reading: It’s filled with universally accessible play equipment.]
[video: a man secures the harness of a Bucket Seat swing of the ZipKrooz Assisted. Scene switches to a pan across the play area filled with children playing on the play structures and other freestanding play activities. A man pushed a boy in a wheelchair onto the We-Go-Round platform. The camera pulls back for a full view of the We-Go-Round carousel as children play and ride together of all abilities. Text at the bottom of the screen reads: Including the…]
[video: a boy spins his friend as he sits on a Saddle Spinner. An older boy helps to both another boy on the ZipKrooz zipline disc swing. White text appears on the right of the screen reading: ZipKrooz.]
[video: the older boy grabs the swing as the other boy continues to hold on. He pushes the other boy back up to the landing zone of the ZipKrooz. Scene switches to the camera circling around the multi rider We-saw seesaw. As the camera circles around the We-saw text appears reading: We-saw. Scene switches as the camera circles around a full We-Go-Round carousel. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: We-Go-Round.]
[video: the camera spins with a group of children as they spin their friends on the inclusive OmniSpin Spinner. White text appears on the screen reading: OmniSpin Spinner.]
[video: two men stand behind two riders of the We-saw seesaw helping the children to teeter back and forth. The camera pans across a group of children on the inclusive Sway Fun Glider. White text appears on the bottom of the screen reading: and features to support early learning.]
[video: a father holds the hand of his son as he helps him to step up the playground stairs. A boy and girl climb up a playground climber up onto the play structure. Scene switches to two boys standing on the playground decking. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: and features to support early learning.]
[video: A boy spins a ships wheel on a playground post. A father points to the words on a Too Small To Fail DigiFuse Talking is Teaching panel as a young boy follows his finger. A woman points to the words on a DigiFuse Too Small To Fail DigiFuse panel in Spanish. Scene switches to children playing and spinning together on a We-Go-Round carousel. A boy smiles as he looks closely into the camera lens. Scene switches to a woman standing at a podium speaking to a crowd. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: Many people helped in realizing the dream.]
[video: the camera pulls back as a group of people stand behind a woman speaking at the podium. The camera focuses on a second woman as she speaks at the podium. Scene switches to children teeter on a We-Saw seesaw as a man in a Landscape Structures t-shirt stands and balances on the oval center platform. Children smile and laugh as they spin in the We-Go-Round carousel. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: of this new, inclusive play space.]
[video: a group of children play together on a inclusive Sway Fun Glider. The camera focuses on the side of the glider where it reads: Sway Fun.]
[video: a group of children play together on the large circular Oodle Swing. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: In the last 22 years…]
[video: a girl rides down the track of a ZipKrooz zipline on the disc swing. An older boy pushes a child in a wheelchair across the inclusive playground safe PebbleFlex surfacing. White text appears at the bottom of the screen reading: Shane’s Inspiration outreach has served over…]
[video: the boy in his wheelchair smiles as him and another boy spin in the We-Go-Round carousel. Scene switches to an elevated view of the swing set area and other play structures filled with playing families. White text at the bottom of the screen reads: 40,000 children in 250 schools.]
[video: a woman pushes the back side of the Sway Fun as children of all abilities enjoy the swaying motion. Scene switches to the camera mounted to a spring rider. A boy smiles while shifting his weight back and forth to sway on the spring rider. The camera pans past a spinning spiraled panel. White text at the bottom of the screen reads: To eliminate bias against children with disabilities.]
[video: a woman holds a young boys hand seated in a wheelchair and together they use the mallet of a Rhapsody Vivo Metallophone. The boy smiles as he hears they music notes played. Scene switches to a full elevated view of Griffith Park filled with playing families. White text at the bottom of the screen reads: Griffith Park will continue to inspire and serve.]
[video: a boy smiles and waves to the camera. A girl sits with a young boy laying in her lap. They hold hands as they gently spin on the OmniSpin Spinner. White text at the bottom of the screen reads: thousands more for years to come.]
[video: in slow motions children smile and play as they spin on a We-Go-Round spinner. Scene switches to a group of people standing around a man with a giant pair of scissors and a red ribbon in front of them all. The man cuts the ribbon and the crowd cheers. The screen fades to black and fades back into children playing at the Griffith Park playground. Orange text appears in the middle of the screen reading: Play, Educate, Advocate.]
[video: Screen fades to white. The Inclusion Matters by Shane’s Inspiration logo appears. The logo fades out as the Landscape Structures logo fades in. Text below the logo reads: For a better tomorrow we play today.]
We offer the widest range of park and playground equipment to promote healthy lifestyles, encourage skill-building and create unique outdoor experiences. From our playsystems and freestanding playground components to themed designs, site furnishings and more, we’ll help you create a recreation space that welcomes your whole community.
Play Systems featured in this Playground
Ages 5 to 12 Years
The PlayBooster® playground structure, the original post-and-clamp system, combines exciting ground-level components with climbing events and overhead activities for kids ages 5 to 12. The PlayBooster family includes the interconnected cables of Netplex®, the contemporary Vibe®, the nature-inspired Tree House and the double-decker PlayOdyssey® Tower.
Ages 6 Months to 12 Years
Smart Play® not only provides smart design to help create smart kids, but it’s manufactured with a smart use of materials—focused on getting as many components as possible out of the smallest amount of material. Smart Play structures are preconfigured and designed with just your choice of color. All at a smart price.
Smart Play® BeachComber™
Smart Play® Billows™
Smart Play® Centre – U.S. Patent numbers D832,965, D859,563 and D873,365
Smart Play® Fire Station – U.S. Patent number D859,563
Smart Play® Loft – U.S. Patent number D832,965
Smart Play® Market Cafe – U.S. Patent number D873,365
Smart Play® Nook – U.S. Patent number D832,964
Smart Play® Tree Tops™
Smart Play® Venti® – U.S. Patent number D807,978
Product Categories featured in this Playground
Ages 2 to 12
Freestanding Play events add fun and excitement to new and existing playgrounds! Revitalize your current playground or create a playground design that’s completely unique using Freestanding Play components for kids ages 2 to 5 and 5 to 12.
Landscape Structures' SkyWays® division based in Dallas, Texas, is dedicated to shade structures.
Choose from two types of shade products that provide cool and reliable shade for any play, rest and activity: SkyWays offer the largest break from the sun, and CoolToppers® connect to our PlayBooster® playstructures. Designed to block up to 97 percent of UV rays and keep playground temperatures up to 30 degrees cooler on the hottest of days.
SkyWays Rapid Release U.S. Patent Nos. 10,731,376; 10,731,694 and 10,948,003
Play Styles featured in this Playground
We can help you create playground designs unique to your community! Everything in our custom design process is driven by your goals and ideas. Together, we’ll create a destination playground that’s as individual as your imagination!
We believe all kids are created equal. That’s why we create play environments using inclusive playground equipment that welcome kids and families of all abilities to learn, play and grow together. Our playgrounds feature activities that are age and developmentally appropriate, sensory stimulating and universally designed.
Playground consultant for this project
We’ve created a global network of local playground experts to be at your side, every step of the way. With an average of 20 years of experience, our playground consultants are knowledgeable and personable. They will guide you through product pricing and specifications, customization, financing options, community builds, on-time deliveries, maintenance, finding replacement parts, and service questions.