Memorial Park Playground
Chambersburg, PA USA
Memorial Park Playground is a toddler and preschooler dream come true! Taking center stage are Smart Play® playstructures including the Loft connected to the Market Cafe, and to spread out the fun, the Fire Station was positioned separate from the other two playstructures. In addition to the structures and the loads of interactive components found within, are a variety of freestanding play components including the Cozy Dome®, DigiRider® Butterfly, see-saw and the Friendship® Swing.
- 2 to 5 Years
- August 2018
Project Price Range
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 a toddler and preschool Smart Play play structure at Memorial Park playground in Chambersburg Pennsylvania.
[video: music begins. Full shot of park play area as children play. Scene change to close-up of Smart Play Fire Station Structure with young girl pretending to drive the fire truck.]
[video: camera zooms in on plaque on play structure reading fire station number 1. A young boy and girl play inside the front of the fire truck as the young boy grabs two-way radio cut out and explains to the camera what it is.]
Young boy: This is a walkie talkie. You talk on it.
[video: close up of young girl’s hands playing with movable knobs in the front of the fire truck. Camera switch to young girl looking into mirror that places her face in a firefighter helmet and suit inside the play structure.]
[video: young boy explains what you can do on the play structure while another boy enters front of fire truck.]
Young boy: You can get off the fire truck and come up the stairs.
[video: close-up of child’s hand spinning a handle on fire hydrant. Full view of the fire station structure with two young boys stand in the front of the fire truck and looking at the camera.]
[video: camera switches to young boy and girl teetering back and forth on two person seesaw. To girls swing together facing each other on Friendship swing.]
[video: young girl spins around on saddle spinner. Young girl bounces on a bobble rider. Adult pushes two boys on the friendship swing.]
[video: camera switch to mother and young children playing in cozy dome. Young boy bounces back and forth on DigiRider Butterfly. Camera switch to young boy holding camera on friendship swing pointed at young girl as she smiles and giggles while they swing.]
[video: camera switches back to young boy and girl teetering on seesaw. Young boy climbs on top of cozy dome while other children and parents play around it.]
[video: camera switches back to young boy holding camera on friendship swing pointing it at young girl as they swing. She smiles.]
[video: camera point of view shots down seesaw main support pole towards young boy on other end of seesaw.]
[video: close-up of young girl spinning on saddle spinner. Close-up of young girl speaking into talk tube.]
Young girl: Do you want to come over and have a play date?
[video: young girl sits inside Loft structure while her father crawls in to join her. Young girl shifts and moves vegetable and leaf sliders. Two young girls slide plates back and forth on meal table.]
[video: camera zooms in on plaque on play structure reading market and cafe. Young girl sits in elevated crawl tunnel. Camera switches to Farmer's Market Cafe sign.]
[video: close-up young boy playing with market place food panel. Young boy indistinctly mumbles about plate sliders at meal table. Young girl stands by market place food panel.]
[video: camera switch to close-up of young boy in friendship swing smiling and waving at camera. Fade to black. Fade in to young girl smiling and waving at camera in friendship swing. Close-up of young girl spinning on saddle spinner, rolling her eyes as she is getting dizzy.]
[video: close-up of young boy smirking at camera. Landscape Structures logo.]
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 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® 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® 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.
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