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Midway Peace Park

St. Paul, MN USA

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Playground Overview

Midway Peace Park delivers a multi-level play experience for families with all ages. At the top of the play space is a PlayBooster® playground structure designed for kids ages 2 to 5. Climbers, slides and activity panels along with integrated shade keep toddlers and preschoolers active and engaged with play. Working your way down to the second level, you'll find hillside net climbers, a hillside slide and over-under rings to engage all ages and abilities. And down below is a Netplex® playstructure linked to a PlayBooster playstructure for non-stop fun, challenge and activity.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

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

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • September 2020
  • Design/CAD Files

  • Project Price Range

  • Pricing for custom playground equipment varies. 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 the playground at Midway Peace Park in Saint Paul Minnesota.

[video: scene fades into a full elevated view of a playground with two main play structures at the bottom and top of a hill, other play activities on the slope of the hill connect the play areas. Scene switches to a side view of children playing on the five to twelve age appropriate play structure filled with different climbers’ slides and other playground activities. Scene switches to a view up the PebbleFlex® safety play surfaced hill side where two boys slide underneath arched bars while a girl rides down a long WhooshWinder® Slide.]

[video: three girls play and spin together on a Blender™ Spinner. Scene switches to a panning ride to left view of two boys climbing on a custom wave shaped climber with cargo netting and belted runways. The camera view switches to a full elevated view of the entire park. Scene switches to four girls running together and spinning an inclusive OmniSpin® Spinner. Camera switches to a ground view of the five to twelve play area and hill side activities as a girl slides down the long WhooshWinder® Slide. A boy walks up the hill next to the slide. Scene switches as the camera focused on a boy as he ducks and slides under the horseshoe shaped pipes running down the hillside.]

[video: camera switches to a full elevated panning view from right to left of the entire park as children play on the different structures. Scene switches to a young girl as she speaks to the camera.]

Girl: My favorite part about the playground is probably the giant slide.

[video: with a top view from the beginning of the slide a girl in a pink sweater glides down to the bottom of the slide. A second girl speaks to the camera about her favorite piece of playground equipment.]

Girl 2: The monkey bars.

[video: a third girl tells the camera her favorite play activity.]

Girl 3: The jungle gym.

[video: four girls jump and climb on the cargo net ropes of a Skyport™ Climber. Scene switches to the two to five play structure as children play on the climbers and slides. Three girls hang from a monkey bar set upside down. A boy looks through the view holes of a Periscope Panel. The camera switches to the other side of the panel as the boy rotates and moves the periscope. Scene switches to a boy as he slides down the creatures and plants on the Critter Canyon climber. Scene switches to a elevated view of the tops of the posts of the five to twelve play structure.]

[video: with a top down view a boy climbs up a GeoPlex® climber. Camera switches to a view straight up to the sky of the inside of a GeoPlex® enclosed tower type climber. Camera switches back to a elevated view of two boys as they climb on the ropes of a GeoPlex® Trailblazer climber.]

[video: a group of girls stand in line at a Storefront Panel. A woman kneeling on the ground pretends to order some food.]

Woman: Can I have a shake, a chocolate milkshake with a twisty straw?

[video: camera switches to a slightly elevated view of the woman as she continues to kneel and play make believe with two boys at the Storefront panel.]

Woman: No pickles.

Boy: We have pickles.

[video: the camera pans to the boys playing at the Storefront panel. One of the boys as the camera person what they would like to order.]

Boy: What would you like?

Camera woman: Can I get a cheeseburger with fries.

[video: the second boy turns around pretending his hands are filled with a food order, he dumps the order down onto the storefront panel. Camera switches to a elevated drone shot of the top of the hill where the two to five play structure sits. It slowly pans down the hill as children play on the different play activities. Scene switches as the camera zooms towards a girl as she spins on the spring shaped Blender™ Spinner.]

[video: two girls climb and play on a SwiggleKnots™ Bridge. Scene switches to children as they climb and flip over the horseshoe shaped pipes on the hillside. Scene fades to a group of children sitting on the wave shaped custom play climber at the top of the hill. They all smile and wave to the camera. The screen goes white as a black like appears in the middle of the screen. The rep company Flagship Recreation logo slides out from behind the black line at the same time the Landscape Structures logo slides out from to the left. Grey text appears below both logos reading: For a better tomorrow we play today.]

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Flagship Recreation
11123 Upper 33rd St N
Lake Elmo, MN 55042
USA
Phone 763-550-7860
info@flagshipplay.com
www.flagshipplay.com

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