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Louis S. Wolk JCC of Rochester

Rochester, NY USA

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A sky-high tower and playground nets grace this play space at Louis S. Wolk JCC of Greater Rochester. The Alpha® Tower adds height with innovative climbers--outside and inside the tower. And the Double Swoosh Slide® and WhooshWinder® Slide offer a thrilling rides back to the ground. The nearby Crab Trap® has action-packed features inside and out the net climbing structure including the O-Zone® ring climber, braided belt and lots more.


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  • $120K-$139K

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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 Louis S. Wolk JCC of Rochester New York and the new outdoor play space showcasing Landscape Structures Alpha® Tower and Crab Trap®.  

[video: scene fades into an elevated view of the two outdoor play structures. A tall Alpha® Tower on the right and the domed climber Crab Trap® on the left. Children play all over the two structures. Scene switches to a woman as she talks about the new playground. White text appears in the lower left corner of the screen reading: Lori Field, JCC Day Camp Director, Rochester, NY.]

Lori: It’s been a dream for a really long time to replace the playground that was back here. When we were looking at different options, we wanted to make sure that we had something that no one else in Rochester had. We wanted to be the first.

Lori voiceover: And the response from the community, from our members, and from kids of all ages has been complete excitement.

[video: with a side view of the play area children swarm and play all over the Crab Trap® climbing dome. A girl climbs up the unique triangular ladder on the Alpha® Tower. The camera focuses on a boy’s feet as he steps down the roped net climber on the side of the Crab Trap®. Scene switches to a boy as he swings from his arms on a chinning bar on the Alpha® Tower.]

Lori voiceover: We have kids here playing 100 campers a week who are on the playground. And then in the afternoons and weekends families are here playing, and the response that we’re getting is that kids are excited to do something different, that this playground is different and that they are playing in a different kind of way.

[video: the camera pans past the Alpha® Tower as children climb and play on the different activities. Scene switches to a close-up of two children climbing on the Alpha® Tower. A group of boys jump and bounce on a suspended belt hammock underneath the Alpha® Tower. With a top down view, the camera moves with a girl as she climbs up ladder rungs onto the Alpha® Tower. Camera switches back to Lori as she continues to talk about the playground. Scene switches to a full view of the two structures of the outdoor play space full of children. A boy makes funny faces as he lifts himself and swings from the Ring Pull activity. He flips his body upside down and backwards. Camera switches back to Lori as she continues to speak to the camera.]

Lori: I think that the Crab Trap in particular allows kids to use their body and to be able to challenge themselves and not many people can say the playgrounds that you, that it’s there for a challenge, right?’

[video: The camera slowly pans over the Crap Trap® filled with playing children. A boy climbs up a vertical rock wall like activity on the Crap Trap®. The camera focuses on a different child’s feet and hands as they step up and grab onto the foot and hand holds of the vertical climber on the Crab Trap®. Scene switches to a ground side view of children playing all over and inside of the Crab Trap®.]

Lori voiceover: It’s usually just there for kids to play. But Crap Trap® we’re using in our enrichment classes that we run, our kider crew classes our after-school classes are coming out here and using this with for intentional play.

[video: the camera focuses on children climbing on the top ropes of the Crab Trap®. Scene switches to a view inside the Crap Trap® as children play on the different unique and challenging climbing activities. The camera switches to different children playing inside the Crab Trap®. Scene switches to an outer view of the Crab Trap® as children play inside and out. Scene switches back to Lori as she continues to talk.]

Lorie: In addition to recreational play, so we’re loving it.

[video: a young boy stands in front of the Crab Trap® and talks to the camera.]

Boy: I am 10 years old and this playground is super awesome because it’s Crab Trap®, because it is really awesome it’s like an obstacle course.

[video: scene switches to a different boy as he talks to the camera about his favorite parts of the playground.]

Boy 2: Ah, I like the Crab Trap®.

[video: scene switches again to a third boy as he speaks about the play structures.]

Boy 3: Because there’s a lot of activities and it’s like an obstacle course.

[video: scene switches to a fourth boy.]

Boy 4: And like, it’s very challenging for me.

[video: scene switches to a full side view of the Crab Trap®.]

Lori voiceover: What’s really great, is that kids of all abilities are able to use the playground some of our campers with special needs are really enjoying this space.

[video: camera switches to a full view of the two play structures at the outdoor play space as children continue to play everywhere. Camera switches back to Lori as she speaks.]

Lori voiceover: The tower allows for people to feel secure and safe but also feel really accomplished that they’re climbing really high.

[video: the camera pans down from an elevated view of the Alpha® Tower as children slide down the two different slide choices. Scene switches to an interior view of a boy as he climbs on a rope climb inside the Alpha® Tower. The camera leans out of a tower opening to a young girl as she climbs up the outside. Scene switches to a girl as she looks out the perforated breathable siding of the Alpha® Tower. The camera follows a boy as he slides down a spiraled slide.]

Lori voiceover: And all the different textures of the Crab Trap for kids with sensory sensitivities. It’s just a fabulous place for them to be.

[video: the camera pans up to two boys as they sit on a platform inside the Crab Trap® climbing dome. Scene switches to a close-up of planks of a rope ladder while children’s feet climb across. Scene switches to a top down view of a unique braded rope. Children’s feet walk across the braded rope. Scene briefly switches back to Lori and she finishes what she is saying. A girl swings by her arms from the Ring Pull on the Alpha® Tower. Scene switches as the camera focuses on a child’s hands holding onto a rope climber on the side of the tower. Camera switches to an interior view of a boy as he indistinctly talks to the camera.]

Boy: [indistinct talking} so it doesn’t come near our eyes.

Boy 2 voiceover: It’s kind of cool.

[video: camera zooms towards a boy’s face as he turns and smiles. Scene switches to three boys in the tower as they talk to the camera.]

Boy 3: And it’s fun.

Boy 4: It’s amazing really.

Boy 5 voiceover: I like a lot about it.

[video: camera views down to a girl as she climbs up an interior stair well in the tower. Scene switches to an outer view of the Double Swoosh Slide®. A boy and girl ride down the slide in slow motion. Scene fades to a girl as she hands by her arms from a chinning bar. She smiles at the camera while she swings in slow motion. Scene fades to a boy as he smiles down to the camera while climbing on the outer tower activities. Scene fades to two girls as they stand and smile with their heads peaked out the top of the Crab Trap®. Scene switches to a girl in a tie-dyed shirt as she waves to the camera. Scene switches again to a different girl sitting on an interior activity of the Crab Trap® as she smiles and waves to the camera. Scene switches to a ground view of to a group of children climbing and sitting on the top of the Crap Trap® climbing dome. A boy waves down to the camera.]

Boy: Hello world!

[video: With an elevated view the camera slowly pans away from the two playground structures filled with children. Scene fades to a crowd of children gathered on the Crab Trap® as they all way to the camera is slow motion.  Screen fades to white as the Parkatects logo appears. A vertical black line to the left of the Parkatects logo appears as well as the Landscape Structures logo slides out from behind to the left side of the screen. Text below both logos appear reading: For a better tomorrow we play today. Voices of children playing on the playground can be heard in the background. Screen fades to black.]

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