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King Greenleaf Playground

Washington, DC USA


Playground Overview

Marine enthusiasts will love congregating at King Greenleaf Playground. With a lighthouse-themed PlayBooster® play structure and wave-themed climbers, this playground design will encourage imaginative play in kids of all ages. Even more, log steppers and rock climbers offer balance activities, swings deliver that high-flying feel that many kids love and rubberized playground safety surfacing provides easy access to the play environment. And playground designers didn't forget about young children... there's a play area devoted to kids ages 2 to 5 that encourages skill development.

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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

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

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • April 2015
  • Min Area Required

  • 180' x 74' (54,86 m x 22,56 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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Video features Landscape Structures playground at King Greenleaf Playground in Washington D.C.

[video: camera view from outside of the playground fence. Large overhead entrance sign reads: King Greenleaf Playground. The red and blue accented playground sits in the background. Camera switches to a full view of the entire PlayBooster playground with children playing all around. Camera pans up to three children standing on the Wood Plank Wave shaped climber.]

[video: elevated panning view over the playground area as children play below. A group of boys climb across the Ring Tangle climber. Slow vertical pan up the Sky Rail climber as children climb to the playground tower. A girl spins another girl on the Blender Spinner. Camera zooms in on a girl quickly spinning on the Blender Spinner. Another girl’s hands come into view as they help the girl spinning to stop.]

[video: a group of children hand and climb on the Sky Rail climber. Chamia Day a summer camp recreational aide speaks to the camera.]

Chamia: They are loving the new playground. They like to play. It’s a place where they are free-

Chamia voiceover: and they can do whatever they please. They have great big slides for them. They play games on the playground.

[video: a girl runs up the different height Log Steppers. Top down view as a girl slides down the tall SlideWinder slide. A group of children all stand on individual Log Steppers. Camera back to Chamia speaking to the camera.]

Chamia: They love to hang up on the big place at the top.

[video: Chamia points up to the tallest tower on the playground. Camera fallows as a girl climbs up the ladder to the decking of the tallest playground tower.]

Chamia voiceover: They love to hang out there. [she laughs] I guess there’s a lot of shade up there but…-

[video: camera pans vertically up the tallest tower on the playground. Camera back to Chamia speaking.]

Chamia: Our favorite things are the swings.

Chamia voiceover: They love the swings. And the slides, the long slides, they love them.]

[video: side view of the swing set as children swing. Chamia walks up to the swing set as the children swing. Camera shows a full view of the tall playground tower structure with the SlideWinder slide. A child slides down the slide towards the camera. Two girls slide down a double slide, they stand up at the end of the slide and look up into the camera. Fade to a side view of a boy sliding down the SlideWinder slide.]

[video: a group of children stand on Log stepper stumps. They all stand and balance on one foot while holding their arms up above their head like a yoga pose. Fade to an elevated view of the entire playground area. Fade to black. Text appears on screen reading: Better playgrounds. Better world. Landscape Structures logo slides up from the bottom replacing the text.]

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