Signal Butte Park

Mesa, AZ USA

AZ - Signal Butte Park

Video features the playground at Signal Butte Park in Mesa Arizona.

[video: scene fades into an elevated panning view from left to right of a large playground with four different play spaces. On the far left is a row of swings with children swinging. In the center is a three towered structure with three large silver pillars and at the top of each pillar is an enclosed hexagonal pod. There are enclosed angled climbing tunnels connecting the left and right pods to the highest center pod. At the base of the three pillars just off the ground is a large net climber with accessible belted ramping for walking and climbing. Also, in the center of the playground is a third structure with open hexagonal pods with connecting belt climbers and other geometric shaped climbers along with slides and monkey bars. To the right is a smaller version of the third playground structure. All the way to the right is a three-dimensional hexagonal piped structure the sprays misting water. A boy shouts.]

Boy: Down town!

[video: with a ground view the camera pans from left to right as children climb up and play on the belting of the third play medium sized play structure.]

Boy: I’m higher than you!

[video: the camera views up to a hexagonal pod with a blue fogged plastic panel as a boy peaks out from the side. A child giggles nearby he camera. Scene switches to a girl as she slides down on a large wide stainless-steel slide. As she rides down the slide, she raised her hands.]

Girl: Wee!

[video: the camera focuses on a girl’s pink tennis shoes as she walks across a narrow belt strip. The scene switches as the camera focuses on the same girl’s lower half as she climbs from a belted climber onto a net climber in the center of a play structure.]

Child: No no no, I’m higher than you.

[video: scene switches to a boy as he sits on two side by side light blue metal poles. The poles angle down to the ground with a slight bent curve. The boy’s legs on either side of the two poles he glides down the slide like activity towards the camera. Scene switches to a girl as she swings from rounded square rungs of a monkey bar set. Camera switches to an elevated view of the medium sized play structure as children play on all its different unique activities. As the camera pans away from the structure a boy rides down its large wide stainless-seal slide.]

[video: camera switches to a view of the fourth play structure, a smaller version of the third. A boy climbs on his hands and knees up a belted climber up into the first hexagonal pod of the structure. With a top down view of a girl at the entrance to a blue slide the girl in a pink outfit rides down a curved slide. Scene switches to a top down view of two boys as they peak through the hexagonal opening in the center of a belted climber. A young girl kneels next to a play panel where she slides plastic shapes to set into their matching cut outs. The camera focuses on the girl’s hand as she spins the triangular shape. With an elevated view a boy stands on a disc connected to a rope with geometrically shaped knobs. He transfers himself from one rope to the next.]

Boy: This is hard.

[video: a boy kneels on the ground next to a play panel with three different sized metal domes with a zig-zag shaped line allowing for a triangular shaped piece of plastic to slide up to the other metal domes. The boy rotates the triangle piece trying to work it through the track of the zig-zag line. Scene switches to a boy as he walks down belted steps of a play structure. The camera pans towards the boy as he climbs down the belting. Scene switches to a view across the park where two children sit in two seated swing with the seats let the riders face each other. A boy pushes two children on the double seated swing as a girl walks up.]

[video: a group of children all stand and hold onto a standing spinner with three curved vertical posts as it rotates around. Camera switches to a full ground view of the large three towered play structure with lower net climber. A boy jumps up onto the belted path on the net climber and walks towards one of the silver pillars. The camera switches to an elevated view of one of the enclosed connecting tunnels in between the tower pods. A boy shouts.]

Boy: Are you coming?

Boy 2: Yeah.

[video: The camera pans away from the tunnel as a child climbs through on the belted steps inside. Camera switches to a view inside the tunnel down to the first enclosed tower pod. A boy reaches out and grabs the fencing of the tunnel and steps onto the first felted step inside the tunnel. The camera focuses on children’s feet as they walk up the belted steps inside the tunnel.]

Child: I’m having a little trouble here.

[video: the camera view switches to an outer elevated view of the three towered structure. Scene switches to a close-up of the steps on one of the silver pillars. A boy’s foot comes into view as he steps up onto one of the feet and hand holds of the pillar. The camera pans up the pillar to the pod where another boy holds out his hand to help his friend. The camera slowly pans from right to left with a ground view of the three towers. Scene switches to a view through a clear panel of children climbing in one of the tower hexagonal pods. Camera switches to an elevated view of the connecting tunnel of the tower pods, a child climbs through the tunnel.]

[video: a boy holds a camera out facing him as he rides down a tubular stainless-steel slide. He exhales with surprise as he quickly flies down the slide. He shoots out the bottom of the slide landing on his feet and smiles as he runs off to the next activity. Scene fades to black. Scene fades back into a ground view of the net climber at the base of the three-tower structure. A boy speaks near the camera.]

Boy: Bye and see you next time.

[video: two boys climb up from the net climber onto the silver pillar of one of the towers. With a ground view up to one of the towers connecting tunnels two girls climb through. Scene switches to the fourth play structure, an endless three dimensional hexagonal made of one large silver tube. With multiple misters spraying towards the center of the of the structure children walk through the water filled air. A boy rolls himself through in his wheelchair the mist.]

Boy: Whoo![giggling]

[video: the boy continues to giggle as he rotates his chair back towards the misting structure. Fourth boys stand and play in the misting water of the hexagon. Scene switches back to the playground where two girls stand on a platform doing a popular dance called “flossing”. The giggle as they dance. Camera switches to a view up to the top of a large wide stainless-steal slide where three boys sit. One waves to the camera while another boy makes dinosaur noises. Scene switches to a boy in his wheelchair as he smiles and waves to the camera. Two girls sit on the netted climber of the tower play structure, they smile and wave to the camera. The camera switches to a group of boys as they stand on the belted walkway on the net climber. They also smile and wave to the camera. The camera pulls back for a full ground view of the park. The camera pans left to right as a boy rolls himself down the sidewalk surrounding the park with all of it’s play structures. The screen fades to white as a black vertical line appears in the center of the screen, the Exerplay Inc logo slides out from the right of the black line. Then the Landscape Structures logo slides out from the left of the line. Text below both logos read “For a better tomorrow we play today”. Screen fades to black and video ends.]

Playground Details

Age Ranges

  • 2 to 5 years
  • 5 to 12 years

Play Styles

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Design/CAD Files for this Playground

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Design Standards

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

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Signal Butte Park is home to a geometric playscape featuring the Hedra® and Hedra Towers for kids ages 5 to 12 and Hedra® Scout for toddlers and preschoolers. Playful pods are linked together to form a fascinating interconnected matrix of three-dimensional play. As kids navigate the slides and gliders, climbers, tunnels and overhead events, they are encouraged to improvise and use their imaginations along the way. Custom Hedra Towers deliver more height and age-appropriate challenge to older adventurers. Freestanding play components like playground swings and spinners provide additional fun for the entire family. 

Installed: October 2019

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