Kids ages 5 to 12 will race to scale the Smart Play® Summit™. The Switchback Climber's multilevel belting delivers an accessible route for kids of all abilities to reach the top deck. Plus, playground nets, the Facet® Stepper and other climbers provide a variety of challenge as do the multiple slides. Best of all, the mountain-themed design encourages kids to use their imaginations as they navigate back and forth, over and under this playground structure.
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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 Landscape Structures newest Smart Play® Summit™ play structure.
[video: scene fades into children playing happily on a mountain themed playground structure. Camera switches to close-up of boy playing with a number slider panel. Bold white text appear in the center of the screen reading ”Explore the Mountains.”]
[video: two girls walk along rope bridge. Scene switches to the camera panning vertically up the structure to a full aerial view of the playground structure. Bold white text appears in the center of the screen that reads “Smart Play® Summit™”.]
[video: girl smiles as she holds a camera facing herself as she rides down a slide. Cut to spinning aerial view of playground. A young girl wearing leg braces happily rides down slide. More bold white text appears on screen that reads “by Landscape Structures.”]
[video: with a full side view of the mountain themed play structure a boy climbs up a climber wall. Cut to a boy in a red shirt playing with chime panel. A woman pushes a boy in wheelchair down a path surrounded by wood chips. Cut to boy as he uses his arms to climb up the structure’s spiral staircase. Camera switches to a full aerial view of the play structure. Children run and play all around the playground. Camera focuses on a child’s white shoes as they step across the planks of a belted rope bridge. A girl speaks in the background.]
Girl: It feels like you’re actually going up a mountain.
[video: overhead view of a boy and girl reading a panel. The girl reads the panel out loud.]
Girl: What animal tracks did you find during your adventure?
[video: top down view of children’s feet walking on steps featuring different small animal imprints and cutouts. Camera switches back to overhead view of boy and girl at the reading panel. The boy vigorously points at the panel.]
Boy 1: This one...this one...this one...this one...this one.
[video: close-up of panel featuring illustrations of wild animals found in the forest as a boy speaks off camera.]
Boy 1: I wanna go on one of these.
[video: the boy’s hand points to the animals on the panel, he begins naming them.]
Boy 1: “Fox, Coyote.”
[video: boy in red t-shirt points to animal illustrations on panel.]
Boy 2: “Uh, I like the bear.”
[video: close-up of Landscape Structures logo embossed on top of a playground post. Scene switches to a girl looking through telescope. Cut to a girl leaning on a playground post as she points to different things on the play structure as she speaks to the camera.]
Girl 2: Yea, cause there's trees and then there’s a mountain.
[video: camera slowly pulls away from a girl looking through telescope in the top peak of the mountain themed play structure. Camera pulls back to reveal full playground with children utilizing the entire play structure. Cut to a boy as he begins to climb up a belted rope bridge. Scene switches as the camera focuses on a child’s shoes as they are climbing up crisscrossed ropes of a climber.]
[video: two girls play on number panel. Cut to boy climbing rock staircase. Camera switches to a full aerial view of playground as children continue to play all over the play area. Cut to a child’s point of view as they walk across the belted rope bridge. Camera switches to a full view of the mountain themed playground. Scene cuts to white, the Landscape Structure logo fades into the center of the screen. Red text below the logo reads “For a better tomorrow we play today”.]
We offer the widest range of park and playground equipment to promote healthy lifestyles, encourage skill-building and create unique outdoor experiences. From our playsystems and freestanding playground components to themed designs, site furnishings and more, we’ll help you create a recreation space that welcomes your whole community.
Play Systems featured in this Playground
Ages 6 Months to 12 Years
Smart Play® not only provides smart design to help create smart kids, but it’s manufactured with a smart use of materials—focused on getting as many components as possible out of the smallest amount of material. Smart Play structures are preconfigured and designed with just your choice of color. All at a smart price.
Play Styles featured in this Playground
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