Peachtree Center Town Green

Peachtree Corners, GA USA

GA - Peachtree Center Town Green

Video features a Landscape Structures custom playground at Peachtree Center Town Green in Peachtree Corners Georgia.

[video: scene fades into a full elevated view of a large play area of a town park. Camera switches to a full bird’s eye view of the play area with multiple play structures and other play activities scattered between. A sign under a wood roof reads “Peachtree Corners Town Center”. A man speaks to someone off camera about the playground. White text on the left of the screen appears that reads “Alex Wright, City Council Member, Peachtree Corners, GA”.]

Alex: Ryan Johnson City Manager and I have been talking about adding a playground here to the town center. We knew we wanted to do something really unique and unusual. And not just a slide, that’s our tagline for the city “innovative and remarkable”.

Alex voiceover: We're always want to try to do things that are different, cutting edge, you know I just started looking online, googled creative playgrounds. And I looked at several websites and yours just kind of jump out for some reason. So, we went from there.

[video: view from across the park through a garden with young birch trees with a large play structure in the background. Squiggled colored post scattered up a hillside. An arched climbing structure with belted walking bridge. An inclusive wheelchair accessible swing sits in the foreground while in the background a large figure eight shape structure it shaded by a large brown custom shade. Camera pans right to left at the end of the large figure eight play structure. Camera jumps back to Alex as he continues to talk. Camera flies over the top of the play area as children play at the many activities. Scene switches to a different man as he stands in front of a dual connected tower structure with the words “Peachtree Corners” printed on the connecting crawl tunnel. White text on the left of the screen appears reading “Brian Johnson City Manager, Peachtree Corners, GA”.]

Brian: What was really helpful was you ended up coming in and coming up with a plan that worked into the natural topography of here.

Brian voiceover: And gave suggestions that played into that.

[video: children walk down the hillside of the play area to other unique play activities. Camera switches to an elevated view of the play area. Camera switches to a full elevated view of the entire park.]

Alex voiceover: I mean all the feedback that we’ve gotten on this has been just thumbs up great, this is great. The Quantis over here especially because this, that’s really the crown jewel because it’s so unusual. I think you had said there’s a handful in the country.

[video: Children play on the two connected tower structures with unique climbers and large tunnel slide. Children climb, swing, and play on a row of arched bars making a tunnel up the side of a small hill. A girl rides down a roller slide in slow motion. With an elevated circling panning view of the shade system that covers the figure eight shaped play structure made up of netting and belted seats, swings, and climbers. A boy slides down a two-post slide off the figure eight structure. A girl climbs up the netting on the structure she sits down to relax. Camera focuses on a boy’s feet as he walks down square stepping points incorporated into the cargo netting of the play structure.]

Brian voiceover: There are a lot of cool touches that the residents saw. You know we have a replica of our pedestrian bridge. In the form of this one right here.

[video: with a full elevated view the camera pans around the tower structure. Scene switches to a view of a highway passing under a large elevated pedestrian bridge with arch supports and large white letters across it reading “Peachtree Corners”. Scene switches back to the tower structure where the connecting crawl tunnel is designed like the actual town pedestrian bridge. Camera focuses in closer on the crawl tunnel between the two towers.]

Brian: That was the kind of you know nuance touches that added to it.

Alex: Got so many kids in the country today or just people in general that don’t get enough physical activity. So, you give them this place to come and it’s challenging. Get them off their phones.

[video: a view up through the netting on the figure eight structure as children run and jump across it. Children climb up rope ladders coming off the figure eight structure. A boy slowly rides down the dual piped glide slide of the figure eight structure. Two boys run up the large belted steps on the outer ring of the figure eight structure. A girl holds the camera facing herself as she rides down a blue tube slide.]

Brian: We’re really happy with the fact that again we got, really unique playground equipment. That you don’t see everywhere else.

[video: a girl makes her way across a set of money bars. Camera switches to Brian as he continues to talk. Camera switches back to Alex.]

Alex: You come here on a Saturday when the weathers decent, there are hundreds of… it’s just a mad house.

[video: children climb and play on the arch posts that tunnel up the hillside. A group of children sit, stand, and swing together on an all-accessible swing. A group of children sit together on a large arch climbing bridge. Switch back to Brian.]

Brian: If somebodies looking to have something unique, and make it there’s. This is a good example of it can be done, to make it very special to that community.

[video: with an elevated view the camera pans around the figure eight structure and its overhead shade system. Children climb and play on the figure eight structure. Scene switches back to Brian as he finishes talking. Screen jumps to white. A black vertical line draws itself on the center of the screen. The Playground Creations a division of ADS 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

  • 5 to 12 years

Play Styles

Min Area Required

  • 67' x 55' (20,42 m x 16,76 m)

Max Fall Height

  • 144" (3,66 m)

Design/CAD Files for this Playground

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

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Kids will be wowed by the epic play options at this creative, next-level playground in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.

The "Peachtree Corners" sign that spans the walking bridge between two custom PlayBooster® towers is a recreation of the full-size bridge that overlooks the highway at the entrance to town. The bridge's modern look and color scheme are reflected throughout this creative playground.

The old playground at Peachtree Center Town Green didn’t have much for older children to play on, so residents felt that an upgrade with some challenging play options would be a great way to occupy older kids. Now, city councilor Alex Wright imagines even adults will want to take part in the activity at this forward-looking, newly remodeled play environment.

An epic, figure-eight-shaped Quantis® net play system is the focal point of this innovative playground. The custom net play structure gets kids climbing, crawling, dangling and hanging out in unconventional and unscripted ways. Another modern, arched net climber provides more cable net play challenges, while over-under bars offer a ninja-warrior-like opportunity for fitness and fun.

The twin towers of the PlayBooster® play structure offer a fun lookout for kids to view their friends playing below. Kids can choose from multiple slides to swoosh down like a twisty slide, a tube slide or a double slide. Peachtree Center has made use of the topography of the area to make its playground more dynamic. Another slide sits atop a turf hill and allows children more exhilarating sliding possibilities.

Playground designer Dustin Graham, of Playground Creations is an expert at creating inclusive playgrounds and Peachtree Corners was drawn to this because the city wanted to be able to accommodate children with all needs and abilities. 

For more balanced play and climbing challenges, there is a SwiggleKnots™ Bridge and a TightRope™ Bridge. And for those looking for some swaying movement, there is the wheelchair-accessible We-Go-Swing®, that multiple children -- of all abilities -- can enjoy at once.

Installed: March 2023

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Atlanta, GA 30318
Phone 678-904-4080
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