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H.O.P.E. Park

McDonough, Georgia USA

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Playground Overview

This inclusive playground includes a PlayBooster® Netplex® playstructure for 5-to-12 year-olds. The Sway Fun® Glider, Roller Table and Sensory Play Center® provide children of all abilities the fun of motion and sensory experiences. Kids can ring out a melody or bang out a rhythm with the Rhapsody® Outdoor Musical Instruments. The Nook and Loft playstructures give children ages 6 months to 5 years old the opportunity to explore and learn with interactive components and age-appropriate climbing and slides with their Smart Play® designs.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 6 to 23 months
    • 2 to 5 Years
    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • April 2017
  • Design/CAD Files

  • Min Area Required

  • Total Area: 86' x 54'(26,21 m x 16,46 m)
    6-23 Area: 21' x 20'(6,4 m x 6,1 m)
    2-5 Area: 28' x 26' (8,53 m x 7,92 m)
    5-12 Area: 65' x 55' (19,81 m x 16,76 m)

  • Max Fall Height

  • 96" (2,44 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.

Video features an inclusive handicap accessible playground in McDonough Georgia.

[video: Elevated view of entire park with families playing. Side view of adult helping young boy in wheelchair and other young boy on sway fun to make it move back and forth. Camera zooms in close on sway fun logo panel.]

[video: camera switch to back side of sway fun as large group of kids sit and sway on sway fun.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: He enjoys it because it’s not that many, it's not that many kids that you get to meet.

[video: camera switch to Tonya talking to camera with her son sitting on her lap.]

Tonya Johnson - Special Needs parent: That have a special needs and to talk with other parents and get to know there's a lot more in your neighborhood that you.

[video: camera switch to adult pushing boy in wheelchair down playground structure ramp.]

[video: camera view switch to adult helping young boy in wheelchair and other young boy on sway fun to make it move back and forth.] 

Tonya Johnson: you wouldn't think of instead of having to play in the backyard all the time...

[video: camera switch back to Tonya sitting with her son on playground steps.]

Tonya Johnson: or going at 8 o'clock in the morning first thing when nobody's there.

[video: camera switch to girl springing young boy on Sol Spinner.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: And then all of a sudden, it's like 10 people 50 people for you just like ok it's time to go because now everybody's going well what's wrong with him.

[video: camera switch to boy pulling himself through looped roller table.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: or why is he like this or why is he like that?

[video: camera switch to young boy climbing up through disc net climber.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: and you have to explain.

[video: camera switch to panning playground at ground level as children play. Boy pulls himself through roller table as Tonya speaks with another adult and boy in wheelchair. Boy in wheel chair plays music bell panel.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: Having to come out here knowing that there's other parents that are the same way it's like whoa well how long is your child form my kids or how long is there's some sensory there's objects there's noise.

[video: close-up of young boy on playground. close-up of Tonya's son slides shapes on shape panel. Young girl plays bells on music bell panel. Young girl plays chime panel with her hands. Camera switches to panning right to left of play area where parents stand and watch children play.]

Tonya Johnson voiceover: he loves music, so he'll go to some of the music cards over there and then these parts are awesome because he sees kids who's like...

[video: camera switch back to Tonya.]

Tonya Johnson: hey you're doing the same thing I'm doing, I'm going to go over there and see if I can touch and feel and all of those little sensory things that he's used to at school it's awesome.

[video: Tonya's son and another young boy play together on shape sliding panel. Camera pans to young boy smiling while balancing on rope knot. Boy plays rhapsody grandioso chimes. Other boy hands another boy mallets to play chimes.]

[video: little boy exits play smart nook. Mom sits outside of nook while where son plays inside. She leans in to point at mirror panel inside. Young boy leans down to enter loft ground tunnel.]

[video: baby sits in play smart nook and looks at camera. Camera fades to Landscape Structures logo.]

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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 various locations around HOPE inclusive play Park in McDonough Georgia.

[video: camera is placed ground level by a Disc Net Climber and Disc Challenge Bridge. A young girl runs to the camera as speaks to her mother and points across the playground.]

Young girl: We are over here mommy. We are over here.

[video: young girl walks over to the Bongo Panel and plays the drums. A young boy walks across the Disc Challenge Bridge. A girl rings the bell on the Ring-a-Bell Panel.]

[video: scene switches to the camera placed on a different side of the Disc Net Climber next to the Swiggle Knots Bridge. A young boy climbs on the Disc Net Climber and shouts. An adult pushes a young boy in a wheelchair up a ramp to the Sway Fun glider. The adult man says the young boys name climbing on the Disc Net Climber.]

Man: Hey Nate!

[video: scene switches to the camera placed on the Sway Fun’s activity table/hand hold. A group of children sit and work together to make the sway fun move back and forth. Adult stands and holds a young boys wheelchair while the Sway Fun glides back and forth. Young boy speaks to camera.]

Young boy: Hello everybody we’re going to go on a crazy trip.

[video: young boy slips and stumbles back into the Sway Fun bench. Another young boy walks towards the camera and mumbles indistinctly. Adult tries to usher young boy back to his seat.]

Man: Come over here so you don't slide.

[video: young boy runs off Sway Fun.]

Man: Ok you getting of the boat? Ok.

[video: young boy stands up and pretends to drive a truck while making engine noises. He falls back into his seat.]

Man: Carful.

[video: scene switches to the camera moved to the Smart Play Loft and Nook play structures. A young boy runs past the camera. A group of children play over in the music area of the park. Children bang on Rhapsody drums and metallophone.]

[video: scene switches to a young boy as he goes down the Loft slide and walks over to camera. As he walks away past the Loft flower crawl tunnel a young girl enters it.]

[video: scene switches to the camera moved to the music area of the park. Children play the Rhapsody Animato Metallophone and the Rhapsody Goblet Drum. Two boys playing the Goblet drums play a beat together. Scene fades to black.]

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