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Shaffner Park

Winston-Salem, NC USA

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Playground Overview

Kids' imaginations are full steam ahead once they step aboard this boat themed PlayBooster® playstructure in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Children ages 5 to 12 can steer the majestic riverboat from the top deck, then slide down to peer out the portholes below. If it’s ocean action they’re looking for, they only have to run over to the sea serpent-themed Evos® playsystem. There a friendly blue dragon invites them to climb through the netted maze in an attempt to reach his arching back. These two creative structures give kids’ imaginations quite a workout along with their bodies.


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Playground Details

  • Age Ranges

    • 5 to 12 years
  • Design Standards

  • ASTM
  • Installed

  • August 2012
  • Design/CAD Files

  • Min Area Required

  • Total Area: 80' x 41' (24,38 m x 12,5 m)
    5-12 Area 1: 40' x 33' (12,19 m x 10,06 m)
    5-12 Area 2: 52' x 40' (15,85 m x 12,19 m)

  • Max Fall Height

  • 88" (2,24 m)

  • 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 Landscape Structures Evos playground structures at Shaffner Park in Winston-Salem in North Carolina.

[video: fade in to children playing on a Hemisphere rope climber. The arch of the Hemisphere climber is topped with a DigiFuse full length panel of a dragon. Close-up of the DigiFuse panel shaped and printed like an animated dragons face. Close-up of the DigiFuse panel shaped and printed like a dragon’s back as is arches over the Hemisphere rope climber. Camera zooms in on a boy at the top of the Hemisphere climber behind the dragon DigiFuse panel as he looks out at the playground below. Close-up of the DigiFuse panel shaped like the dragon’s tail.]

[video: Full view of the Evos play structure and playground activities. Children climb all over the different rope climbers. A girl’s feet steps across a Disc Challenge bridge. A boy’s feet steps up on a support post as he climbs hirer up on the Evos play structure. Camera slowly pans out from the DigiFuse dragon face. A girl climbs across the ropes of the Hemisphere climber. Close-up of the girl as she climbs on the ropes of the Hemisphere climber. Side view of children climbing through the rings of the O-Zone climber.]

Boy climbing: Going down.

[video: a girl climbs up through the rings of the O-Zone climber. A group of children climb on the O-Zone and Hemisphere climbers. Close-up of a boy sitting at the top of a climber as he looks off into the distance. View across the playground as children climb and play on the playground activities. Children climb all over the rope Hemisphere climber. A boy climbs up the front of the dragon DigiFuse printed head in his stocking feet. A boy and girl climb on the O-Zone and Hemisphere climber.]

[video: top down view of children climbing through the O-Zone climber and other surrounding rope climbers. Children’s feet climb across a Disc Challenge bridge. Camera pans right to left through the Hemisphere rope climber as children climb through the rings of the O-Zone climber. Close-up of the dragon head as a child climbs down from its horns. Close-up of a girl’s feet as she steps towards the camera on a cargo net.]

[video: a boy stands at the top of a ladder of the Hang Glider pole slide above the camera while he waits for a girl to slide down. A girl stands on one of the rings of the O-Zone climber. Camera switches to a side view of the Evos playground where a boy sits at the top of the Hang Glider. A girl slides down the Hang Glider pipe slide.]

[video: close-up of a Permalene panel shaped like the stack of a ship, the reads: Shaffner Park. Camera pulls back for a full view of a Ship shaped playground structure. A boy spins a ship steering wheel on the top deck of the playground structure. A child off camera speaks.]

Girl off camera: Wendy but you can’t touch the ground at all.

[video: a boy looks down from the ship playground smirking at the camera. Two children climb up the stairs of the playground design like a gangplank. A woman sits next to two toddlers as they spin the gears of a play gear panel. The boy spins a gear making all the gears spin and make a rattling noise. A girl walks up to the ship steering wheel and spins it. Close-up of the steering wheel as the girl continues to spin it. Camera zooms in on the girls face as she spins the steering wheel. A boy climbs up a cargo net climber up to the playground decking. Another boy looks through a port hole of a playground panel beneath him. A girl slides down a red SlideWinder slide as a boy walks to the ship stack posts.]

[video: and girl leans over to look through the Periscope panel across the playground. Camera pans across the bottom playground panels where children put their faces in the many cut out port holes. They all smiles for a picture. A woman shouts off camera: Peak your head through. There ya go Kerah. Camera pulls back for a full view of the Evos Dagon themed playground structure with the ship themed playground behind it.]

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Carolina Parks and Play, LLC
PO Box 1246
Cary, NC 27512
USA
Toll free 877-686-9188
Phone 919-469-9188
info@carolinaparksandplay.com
www.carolinaparksandplay.com

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