Create word-of-mouth legendary playgrounds
More and more communities are using unique design to create a signature playground. Smart design that combines eye-catching aesthetics with built-in play value. Custom design that can be as simple or as detailed as you like. Discover how a custom playground can put your community on the map.
From fully-themed wonderlands to palettes that span oceans and deserts and everything in between, see a few of the signature playground designs from our 2019 PLAY Book.
Request a copy or browse the 2019 PLAY Book virtual publication. To see more amazing playground designs, view virtual publications of our past collection of PLAY Books.
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 description: From fully themed wonderlands to palettes that span oceans and deserts and everything in between. See a few of the signature playground designs from out 2019 PLAY Book in action.
On-Screen text: Pioneer Park, Mesa AZ. [video: overhead view shows custom sculptural play structure themed after local trees, a pistache tree, a pine tree, and a palm tree. Featuring plenty of climbing, height, and tall slides from the top of a pine.]
[video: a father walks up a ramp holding the hand of his son who eagerly runs towards the structure. Two slides run parallel to each other off the pistache tree. A man slides down one next to his daughter.]
Boy 1: (from somewhere within the tree structures) It's fun!
Boy 2: It's so high!
Camera man to a young girl: So, do you like our new tree tops? (girl grins and nods to camera).
Boy 3: It's cool! It's the best thing ever. [boys ride down extra-long roller slide together.]
[video: side view of playground at twilight shows various parts of structure lit with motion sensor lights, as kids play throughout the structure.]
[video: switches to Paco Sanchez playground climbable logo structure.]
On-screen text: Paco Sanchez Park, Denver, CO.
[video: aerial view shows a group of kids running towards custom play structure. Structure is themed after Paco Sanchez, the first Hispanic radio DJ, in the shape of a sculptural vintage microphone. It features a long, spiraling stainless steel slide, and plenty of options to climb throughout.]
[video: camera pans from bottom of structure and rises to the top.]
Girl 1: (resting on rubber belting within) I really like it, it's like an obstacle. [camera looks up throughout the interior of the microphone to show a view of the underside of the slide and kids climbing around a throughout on nets, ropes and belting.]
Boy 1: (smirks at camera) There's a lot of stuff. (view of complicated network of climbers).
Woman: I like spending time with my kids and... this is fun.
Boy 2: (interrupting as he bounces up and down on rubber belting) I'm bouncy!
Woman: I like the design, I like the structure. [Boy works his way up a complicated path surrounding the slide] You know, you can climb. [Another boy uses footholds on exterior of slides to climb to top.] It's very physical. Even for adults. [Woman goes down slide with her son].
[video: aerial view shows bridge entering microphone structure set inside of the park surrounded by greenery].
On-Screen text: Domino Park, Brooklyn NY. [video: custom play structure modeled after the old Domino Sugar Factory in NY. Featuring stainless steel slides from both sides of the tall structure.]
On-Screen text: Situated along the East River [video: playground sits parallel to the East River, surrounded by colorful landscaping, and a boardwalk with a bridge in the background of the scene.]
On-Screen text: the park sits on the former site of the 150-year-old Domino Sugar Refinery. [video: shows opposite side of play structure with a small wooden house connected to a tall silo with a stainless-steel crawl tunnel.]
On-Screen text: The play experience
[video: a young boy does pull-ups on the side of the structure. A young boy climbs up a ladder between structures that leads children through the sugar refining process. Boy smiles into a Go-Pro as he goes down slide].
[video: overhead view shows entirety of all three structure.]
On-Screen text: From the Sugar Cane Cabin to the Sweetwater Silo to the Sugarcube Centrifuge.
[video: camera switches to a ground level view of the Sugar Cane Cabin and the Sweetwater Silo.
On-Screen text: part of the actual factory.
[video: a boy leans and shouts “Hello!” into a playground talk tube.
On-Screen text: An exciting and safe spot
[video: a mother says “I love you” into a playground talk tube. Scene switch to a boy on the other side of the playground talking back into the talk tube. He responds with “Me too!”.]
[video: scene switch to camera shooting up inside the Sweetwater Silo as two boys climb on the cargo nets.]
On-Screen text: for everyone to enjoy the historic spirit of this location.
[video: scene switch to an elevated view of the far end of the park with the harbor to the left of the play area as families play all around. Fade to black.]
[video: fade in to an elevated view of a playground made of recycled wood planks and climbing cargo nets as children climb and play all around.]
On-Screen text: French Regional Park Plymouth, MN
[video: overhead view of structure shows playground full of cargo nets and recycled plastic lumber. The camera pans between various playground highlights including cargo netting climbers, play panels, slides, and plenty of climbing features connected throughout with climbers and ramps. Switch back to overhead view of the large play structure.
[video: A young girl climbs up a net. Scene switches to two young kids swinging on the Friendship Swing, which features two seats that face each other so people may socialize while swinging.]
Young Girl 1: I like that there's a lot of climbing apparatuses on the playground.
Man 1: The nets are unique, you know? They've always been unique. I used to come here as a kid.
[video: pans to kids sitting and playing in the cargo net.]
Man voiceover: They revamped it and kind of kept the old style, but made it newer you know?
Woman: So, it's nice they have more solid structures for kids of all ages to climb on.
[video: toddler climbs around 2-5 play structure.]
[video: overhead view shows entirety of structure with various slides extruding from it. Scene switches to two young kids smiling and waving to camera. Switches back to overhead view and zooms out as the scene fades into the Landscape Structures logo with text below reading: For a better tomorrow we play today.]