Drexel Ridge Playground, Oak Creek
This PlayBooster structure uses some of our darker colors like denim to beautifully match the surrounding buildings. A Single Post CoolTopper provides some shade to playground goers, and a solid black poured in place rubber surface makes the equipment accessible and safe. Children can race their friends down the Double Wave Slide or feel the excitement and speed of the SlideWinder 2. This structure features a Block Climber with blocks of just one color, but did you know you could have the blocks be different colors as well?
Waterworks Park, Beaver Dam
Land Ho! This inclusive playground at Waterworks Park features a custom ship climber, wheelchair-accessible ramps and components, sensory stimulating play features, a Sway Fun Glider and a GFRC (glass-fiber-reinforced-concrete) rock climber among many other play features. The design & components, along with the smooth, poured-in-place rubber surfacing, make it a breeze for children of all abilities to play together in a fun and colorful environment.
Yahara Elementary, Edgerton
This PlayBooster structure combines classic primary colors and longtime favorite components like the Rollerslide and Disc Challenge with modern and exciting components like the Geoplex Climber and WhooshWinder Slide. The structure is 100% ADA accessible through use of a transfer point, but there is also some ground level fun with components like the Gyro Twister.
Blue Mounds State Park
This large PlaySense structure packs in a ton of play and cost value! The Thunderhead Climber is both a transfer point and ground level sensory play area, The Double Swoosh and Slidewinder 2 Slides offer different sliding experiences, and there is still room for the Air Dancer overhead event! A seven post netplex structure with a Skyport Climber, single post swings, saddle spinners, and a seesaw round out the playground experience. What a beautiful natural setting!
The PlayBooster structure featured here blends natural play with modern components. The Ascent Rock is crafted using glass fiber reinforced concrete and looks strikingly realistic. Talking is Teaching panels encourage imaginative play and learning on the playground, while components like the Tightrope Bridge and Topsy Turny Spinner challenge children physically.
Powell Park, La Crosse
This Seven Post Netplex Structure and it's central Skyport Climber offer many ways to play on their own, but they also link to other exciting Playbooster components like the O-Zone Rings and Ring Tangle. A colorful kaleidoscope bench matches the silver, blue, and limon colors of the equipment, and a 50% black poured in place rubber surfacing makes the playground accessible and safe.
Village Park, Thiensville
Village Park in Thiensville showcases some of the newest and best playground equipment we have to offer. The Netplex Climber with Double Swoosh Slide and Disc Net Climber form a large tower of cables that can be navigated in many different ways. There's a Global Motion for inclusive spinning fun, and a SmartPlay Motion structure for younger children.
Windrush Housing Development, Hartland
This Playbooster structure is accessible and safe thanks to its poured in place rubber surfacing. The bold red, white, and blue color scheme looks great with the black and tan surfacing. Children can enjoy components like the pod climber, cascade climber, and more!
Clarke Square Park, Milwaukee County
Clarke Square Park playground features a deckless Evos® structure complete with an Eclipse® Net & Rush™ Slide! Evos® attracts kids with its unique appearance and endless opportunities for unstructured fun. Its ground-to-ground arches allow kids of all abilities to join in the fun. But most importantly, Evos® lets kids find their own ways to play while building muscle strength, endurance and mental agility.
Enderis Park, Milwaukee
This PlayBooster playground mixes bright and fun colors with natural play elements like the Discovery Tree Climb and Wood Plank Wiggle Ladder. Multi user play elements such as the Oodle Swing and Topsy Turny spinner are accessible and encourage collaborative play between children. Multi colored poured in place rubber surfacing is juxtaposed with custom made wood pieces used for balance.
Liberty Heights Park, West Allis
The SmartPlay: Motion looks especially great in color palette AP with it's rich tangerine and plum colors. The PlayBooster structure has exciting components like the Traveler Climber (which doubles as an overhead ladder and bridge) and O-Zone Climber, with Vibe Roofs for extra shade and extra style. Most of the equipment is on poured in place rubber surfacing, with items like the huge Lunar Blast Climber installed on wood fiber surfacing.
Veterans Memorial Park, West Allis
The 10' Tall PlayOdyssey Tower at Veteran's Memorial park is a real show stopper. Adventurous playground goers can try out the huge SlideWinder 2 or Double Swoosh Slide, or they can stick closer to the ground with the Sol Spinner and ZipKrooz. The SmartPlay Cube provides play options for the 6-23 month age group.
Juniper Ridge Park, McFarland
The HealthBeat fitness stations on the outside of this playground means that adults both young and old have something to do while kids play on the Evos structure. The PodStomper Bridge helps children build balance and coordination, and the Swiggle Stix Bridge and Balance Winder challenge them to chart their own course across the equipment.
Syble Hopp School, De Pere
This unique indoor playground has a lot going for it. There are inclusive components like the Roller Table, Sway Fun, and We-Saw, a SmartPlay Motion Structure for the 6-23 month age group, and an Evos Structure for the 5-12 age group. An outdoor PlayBooster structure with ramp access is also shown.
Wisconsin School for the Deaf, Delavan
Beautiful poured in place rubber surfacing ensures that every piece of equipment on this playground is accessible. The swings use molded bucket seats so that kids of all abilities can enjoy them, and the OmniSpin Spinner is at wheelchair transfer height. The main PlayBooster structure uses a combination of net based components like the O-Zone Ring Climber and Funnel Net Climber in addition to classic components like the Conical Climber and Summit Climber.
Bird Creek Park, Kiwanis Club, Wautoma
A community built playground featuring some great accessible components like the We-Saw and Omnispin. The main structure is a SmartPlay Motion, which boasts 16 built in activities for the 2-5 age range. Some freestanding balance and climbing pieces round out the experience. Contact us to learn how we can help organize your community playground build.
South Park, Oshkosh
This beautiful playground uses accessible ramping to a PlayBooster structure and poured in place rubber surfacing to ensure that children of all abilities can get in on the fun together. The Sway Fun glider is big enough for a wheelchair and multiple other users at the same time, and the OmniSpin is accessible at wheelchair access height. Themed pieces like the Ship Bow and Ship Mast with Sail add character and inspiration for imaginative play.
Manitoba Park, Milwaukee County Parks
This modern and fun playground uses our new Netplex system with a Weevos structure meant for the 2-5 year age group. Kids can challenge themselves on the Disc Net Climber or Watermill Climber, or they can take advantage of the ground level sensory panels and saddle spinners.
Woodland Prairie Park, Menasha
Another community build project, this time featuring a Weevos structure, a PlayBooster Structure, and an Ooodle Swing! Multiple ground level climbing pieces like the Tight Rope Bridge and Swiggle Knots Bridge link elements of the playground together with a giant Double Swoosh Slide to top it all off.
Nakoma Park, Madison
Nakoma Park has a great mix of classic and modern playground elements. The 2-5 year age group can enjoy the PlayShaper structure with its ABC Climber and Double Poly Slide, while others can have fun on the two different Evos structures. The larger Evos structure uses an O-Zone Climber, PodStomper Bridge, and BalanceWinder. The smaller structure has a Hemisphere Climber and Gyro Twister.
Chad Erickson Memorial Park, La Crosse
Chad Erickson Memorial Park shows off the natural play capabilities of Landscape Structures with some truly beautiful custom and standard pieces. The mine shaft and fish climber are custom, but everything else is a standard piece, meaning you can get it with the same lead time as any of our other equipment. The Log Crawl Tunnel makes a great hiding spot or climber and the Adventurescapes Climber makes for an exciting challenge. A Log Balance Beam and Log Steppers connect to a small kids clubhouse. Most of the items are made with glass fiber reinforced concrete, a more durable and authentic feeling material than plastic for this type of play equipment.
Harris Park, Dodgeville
Harris Park provides a lot of opportunities for fun for children of all ages. The central Evos structure uses O-Zone Rings, a Hemisphere Climber, and a PodStomper bridge, while the smaller PlayBooster structure has a Critter Canyon to climb up and a Lava Run Slide to go right back down. There is an impressive looking 7-Panel Mobius Climber to tackle, an OmniSpin Spinner to enjoy, and of course, some swings.
Beautiful poured in place rubber surfacing proves that surfacing can provide more than just accessibility to a playground - This distinctive look truly sets the CELA playground in Pewaukee apart. Younger kids can choose from a PlayBooster structure with a Thunderhead Climber, a Weevos structure, or they can take a sensory break inside of the Cozy Dome. Older kids can tackle the giant Eclipse Net or try out the Cascade Climber or Log Stack Climber.
Cameron Park, La Crosse
Greens, browns, and tans make this PlayBooster structure blend in wonderfully with Cameron Park in La Crosse. Kids can transfer from a wheelchair and climb up the Thunderhead Climber, and then take one of three paths down the Cloudburst Triple Slide to make their way back to the start again. An ABC Climber, Mini Summit Climber, and Wire Crawl Tunnel are just a few of the many components showcased here.
Arlington Heights Park, MKE Plays
Arlington Heights playground is the first of the locations on this portfolio page to feature the Eclipse Net Plus structure, a large net based structure that can link with Evos components like the RingTangle Climber and Swiggle Stix Bridge. You'll also find some fun indepent play items such as the Flywheel Spinner and a PlaySense structure for more traditional post and deck play.
The inclusive playground at the Miracle League of Milwaukee features wheelchair-accessible ramps, sensory stimulating components and a Sway Fun Glider among many other play features. The design & components, along with the smooth, poured-in-place rubber surfacing, make it a breeze for children of all abilities to play together in a fun and colorful environment.
Carver Park, Milwaukee County
Carver Park features all of the newest playground equipment, including Netplex™, Smart Play® Motion and an OmniSpin® Spinner. This deck-less style of playground is becoming increasingly popular as a unique, modern, fun and creative play alternative to the traditional continuous play playgrounds. Learn More.
Hope Christian School, Milwaukee
Hope Christian School features the Eclipse® Net Climber as it's main focal point. This playground is also a deckless design, allowing for a modern look and open feel to the area.
Eagle School, Madison
Eagle School playground features a Lunar Burst® Net Climber a circuit design to keep the play flowing. Take a look at the demolition of the old structure and installation of the new structure below.