IA - Triumph Park
Video features a Landscape Structures inclusive and futuristic style playground at Triumph Park in Waukee Iowa.
[video: scene fades into an elevated view of a large, enclosed playground next to an inclusive baseball field at that next to a larger four fields baseball complex. A larger concrete parking lot with a handful of cars sits behinds the playground and inclusive baseball field. Walking paths surround the fields and playground area and the end of a small lake. Camera switches to an elevated view at the end of the large play area. The camera pans vertically showing more of the large inclusive play structure as children play all around. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “Triumph Park…”]
[video: a play panel reads “Be a meteorologist!” with symbols and images explaining meteorology. Scene switches to a second panel that reads “Let’s talk about gravity”. Scene switches to a view of children playing on a multi seated see-saw with the large unique futuristic play structure with towers in the background. The camera focuses up to children as they walk through a cargo next connecting bridge between two towers. Four children play together on the multi-person see-saw. Two boys spin together on an inclusive sell propelled merry go round. Scene fades to black and back into a view of the inside of the merry go round as a girl sits on one of the seats while a boy stands next to her as they spin. A girl spins the central gear shaped handhold attached to the central post of the merry go round. The camera pans around merry go round to the different children sitting standing and spinning the merry go round from the outside. Scene switches to a girl as she spins her friends on a large multi seated orange spinner. The camera focuses on a girl as she comfortably lounges in one of the seats of the spinner while a boy pushes the spinner from the outside. He hops up onto the spinner and goes for a ride himself. Camera switches to an elevated circling view over the park towers as families play all around the park. Scene switches to a boy as he speaks about the playground.]
Boy: I’m twelve, my favorite part about is like the parkour thing when you get up and get to the slide because that’s like fun.
[video: a boy climbs up a central chimney shaped cargo net climber while a girl climbs up a spiral belted pathway leading up into one of the playground towers. The camera pans up into the tower showing the unique cargo netted ropes and belted walking path. Children climb up the chimney cargo net climber to the top of the tower. The camera pans around the top of the inside of the tower. Wire grates allow for a view of the surrounding lake and the tops of the surrounding towers. Scene switches to a boy as he holds the camera facing himself as he rides down a large spiral tubed slide. Scene switches to a girl as she talks about the playground.]
Girl: and I love that it has many activities to do, it’s just super fun.
[video: a girl sits on a single seat green spinner as she slowly spins round and round. The camera pans up the side of a large yellow tubed slide connected to one of the playground towers. Camera switches to a young girl as she talks about the playgrounds.]
Girl 2: And I like the slides because there a really fast and they’re really big.
[video: a boy and his friend stand on a playground bridge as one of the boys talks about the playground.]
Boy 2: My favorite is also the slides. I don’t know they’re just really fun.
[video: view of the bottom of a large stainless-steel slide. A girl slides out of the bottom exit of the slide. A woman at the bottom of the slide excitedly waits for the girl.]
Woman: Whoo! How was it?
Girl: Super fast and super fun! [girl jumps up and down]
[video: elevated view of the three connected canister shaped tower connected to a fourth square tower. The camera rotates around the towers. Scene switches to an elevated view of a mother as she supports her son as he swings across some monkey bars. A boy climbs up a green arched with rung handholds playground climber. A boy quickly runs across a clattering playground bridge towards the camera. Scene switches as a boy carefully steps from the shifting a moving disc bridge. Scene switches to a full bird’s eye view of the park. Scene switches back to a ground view of the three canister shaped towers. Scene switches to a view down a sensory walking tunnel with circular play panels and viewing windows. Children walk through the tunnel at play at the panels. Camera focuses on a boy’s hand as he runs his it over the shifting marbles of a play panel. A girl looks up to the camera and waves happily. Scene switches to a boy as he walks up to and looks through a periscope on an overlook balcony. Camera switches to a ground outside view of the connecting tunnel of two of the towers. A girl looks out through one of the bubble panels of the tunnel. Camera switches to a view up the side of the square tower. Unique perforated siding and bubble window makes it look so futuristic.]
[video: a girl standing up in the top of one of the towers talks about the playground. She is illuminated by a warm orange glow from the orange acrylic siding panels.]
Girl: I like the towers and the slides.
[video: a second girl up in the tower talks about the playground.
Girl 2: I really like the lake view because it’s calming and stuff.
[video: the girl walks over to a bubble window and looks out towards the lake. A third girl speaks to the camera about the playground.]
Girl 3: I like the towers because you get to go down the slides.
[video: the first girl continues to talk about the playground.]
Girl: I love the light in here.
[video: the camera pans around the inside of the tower showing the sun gleaming through the perforated panels accented with the different colored acrylic. Scene switches to a group of children climbing across a cargo netted connected tower tunnel. Camera switches to a view down the tunnel as they children crawl across. Scene switches to a pan around view of the entire play area. Scene fades to black and back into a focused view of the top of one of the canisters towers. A girl looks through the grated siding from inside the tower. Scene fades to black and back into a side view of three children walking through the connected cargo net tunnel of two of the towers. Scene fades to black and back into a full elevated view as the camera begins to pan away from the play area.]
[video: scene fades into a full elevated view of the play area with the lake behind it at a twilight setting. White text at the bottom of the screen reads “At night, the towers light up…adding to the park’s futuristic look.]
[video: with an elevated view the camera pans around the towers of the play area showing two parallel light bars on each tower. The camera switches to a higher viewing point as the sky is darker and the tower and surrounding walking path lights glow brighter. Screen switches quickly to white. A black vertical line draws itself center left on screen. The Outdoor Recreation Products rep company logo slides out to the right of the black line. Then the Landscape Structures logo slides out to the left. Text fades in below both logos reading “For a better tomorrow we play today”. Screen fades to black and video ends.]