Miracle League of LaGrange

LaGrange, GA USA

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Video features a Landscape Structures playground at the Miracle League of LaGrange in LaGrange Georgia.

[video: scene fades into a gentleman as he speaks to the camera about the play space. White text in the bottom left corner of the screen reads “John Cipolla, Chief Development Officer, Miracle League of LaGrange/LaGrange GA”.]

John: The Miracle League of LaGrange is all about people, it’s about people. It’s about the children that have the first chance they’ve ever had to be on a ball team. It’s about the dad that said last week “I never dreamt that I’d be able to be my son’s coach”.

John voiceover: Because of the special field that has been built that makes it possible for children of all abilities to be able to play together to experience being on a team. To experience running around the bases and having all the fans cheer for them.

[video: with a full elevated view the camera pans down from a view over a large forest down to a recently built park with an inclusive ball field, separate play area, and separate work out area for all ages. Camera quickly switches to a view of a playground welcome sign that reads with the Kia vehicle logo and text below reading “Miracle League Field”. A statue wearing a baseball uniform and a head for a baseball stands in front of a pavilion with one are up like he is waving. Camera focus on the head of the statue you. Camera quickly switches back to John as he continues to speak.]

John voiceover: The inclusive playground came as an added part that we were at first not expecting. We knew about the Miracle League field, but we did not realize that important role that the playground plays in this whole thing. So, before the games during the games, after the games the children are on the playground. And what makes this playground so unique, you hear of playgrounds that are handicap accessible, but this is much more than that. This playground is inclusive so that children can play together. And besides ball games we’ve had children from public schools’ busloads of them come here during the day on a field trip. To be able to play and picnic together.

[video: with an elevated view the camera pans around the top shade system over the main play structure. Children play all around on the different play activities. Children of all abilities spin together on a covered playground carousel. Camera switches to a inside view from the carousel of a boy seated in his wheelchair enjoying the gently spin of the carousel with his friends. Camera focuses on the central hand hold of the central post to spin the carousel. A girl smiles as the sun hits her face and her hair blows as she spins on the carousel. Scene switches to a ground view across the park of the entire playground play area. Scene switches to an elevated view over the second outdoor work out area equipment with obstacle course like activities. Children take turns going across the obstacles. Camera switches to a ground view across the obstacle work out course. A boy climbs a vertical rope climb. Children stand in a group at the playground. A group of children and their caretakers sway gently together on a large inclusive sway seat. The camera focuses on a boy seated in his wheelchair on the sway seat. He smiles up at his caretaker as he sways with his friends. Camera pulls back to a full view of the sway seat filled with children and caretakers. Camera switches to a full elevated view of the circular shaped play space filled with playing families. Camera switches briefly back to John as he continues to speak.]

John voiceover: Can’t imagine a playground getting more use than what this one gets with the location the school using it, football games, soccer games, baseball games, and it’s open to the community during the week. And we’ve hosted birthday parties here other nonprofits have used it for major events. So, it’s going to get a lot of use, but I believe it can handle it. I mean a tornado came through here and it survived the tornado right so, I think it will be able to handle everything that it’s given.

[video: children ride on the playground carousel. Camera switches to a full bird’s eye view of the playground play area. Children sway and wiggle together on the sway seat. The camera follows a girl as she rides down a slide. A second girl rides down the slide towards the camera. Children jump and climb on belted seats that stack up on different level ropes. A boy climbs on the cross-support ropes and post of the main play structure. With an elevated view the camera rotates around the entire play area. A girl climbs across a wavey post climber. A girl pendles the hand and foot hold of a stand-up cycler. A line of girls takes turns jumping from one wobble pod to the next. Two girls spin together on a stand-up spinner. A caretaker lets go of a boy as he gently rides down a slide to another caretaker. He smiles and laughs excitedly as he reaches the bottom of the slide. Screen jumps to white. The Playground Creations a division of ADS logo appears in the center of the screen. The text “with” jumps to the center of the screen. A black vertical line draws itself on the center of the screen. The Miracle League logo slides out to the right of the line. Then the Landscape Structures logo slides out to the left of the line. Text fades in below both logos reading: For a better tomorrow we play today. Screen fades to black and video ends.]

Playground Details

Age Ranges

  • 2 to 5 years

Play Styles

Min Area Required

  • 130' x 87' (39,62 m x 26,52 m)
    • 2-5 Area 1: 27' x 25' (8,23 m x 7,62 m)
    • 2-5 Area 2: 26' x 25' (7,92 m x 7,62 m)
    • 5-12 Area 1: 70' x 35' (21,34 m x 10,67 m)
    • 5-12 Area 2: 77' x 63' (23,47 m x 19,2 m)

Max Fall Height

  • 120" (3,05 m)

Design Standards

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Price Range (USD)
$200K-$500K+

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This fully inclusive playground next to the La Grange Miracle League baseball field is the perfect place for a pre-or post-game play session! Inclusive play freestanding structures like the spinning We-Go-Round® and the Sway Fun® Glider make it possible for children of all abilities to feel the thrill of motion, and the Cozy Dome® is the perfect place to get some quiet relief after stimulating playtime. Wheelchair-accessible ramps allow visitors with mobility devices to easily access the central Disc Net™ Climber and slide down its slide. The Roller Table™ is like a horizontal slide that kids pull themselves through using their arms, but it provides sensory stimulation and deep-muscle pressure. Grass-like turf underfoot provides ease of navigation for all.


Kids 5-12 will enjoy many elements of this playground including testing their balance on the Swiggle Stix® and SwiggleKnots™ bridges. The O-Zone® 3-Ring Climber is another fun and challenging climbing obstacle while the Gyro Twister® Spinner offers thrills that multiple kids at once can enjoy.


Next to the playground, there is a FitCore™ Extreme obstacle course where kids ages 5-12 can work on their physical fitness and pretend to be ninja warriors. They can climb the FitCore™ Extreme Vertical Cargo Net, swing from overhead FitCore™ Extreme Peg Bridge and jump through the ropes of the FitCore™ Extreme High Step.


For 2- to 5-year-olds, the Smart Play Fire Station and Loft are imaginary play buildings, jam-packed with sensory and learning elements. Little kids will climb through the attached tunnels and whoosh down the slide that is sized just right for them.


Miracle League athletes and their families will love exploring this inclusive playground whether it’s after a game or during a break on any day.

Installed: December 2022

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