Every year Landscape Structures leads the industry in new product development. Introducing the 2017 release of Landscape Structures, which includes fun well designed playhouses for children 6 months old to 5 years old, GeoPlex™, a host of new slides, Global Motion® and more.
Generosity runs deep in the interdenominational faith community of Treasure Lake Church in DuBois, PA. With a large financial gift from congregation member Charlotte Bushong, the church opened a new family life center in December 2014, followed by a new playground in July 2016 for its “God’s Little Treasures” preschool ministry.
Residents of Allentown, PA, are pumped about the Department of Parks & Recreation’s new outdoor fitness system at Jordan Park. Imagine a full-body workout in a beautiful natural setting – without the membership fee.
While a lot of municipalities and communities talk about the importance of fitness and the benefits of outdoor exercise, Park Superintendent Rick Holtzman and his team took action. Rick worked with Steve Hemler of General Recreation to design a complete outdoor gym experience using Landscape Structures’ (LSI) HealthBeat® equipment.
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Landscape Structures new Global Motion™ brings it all together. This unique freestanding rotating climber offers plenty of fun activities; climbing, turning, gathering, socializing and running; while requiring a team effort to keep it all spinning.
Children of all abilities enjoy this energetic ride. You’ll appreciate its progressive resistance mechanism (patent pending), our proprietary technology that keeps Global Motion at a fun yet controllable speed. It’s another way that Landscape Structures continues to lead with innovation.
Grace Lord Park and the adjacent Canalside Park in Boonton, New Jersey, attract families, hikers and nature enthusiasts throughout the year. This scenic, historical area includes wooded trails along the Rockaway River and green space for picnics, weddings, community events, and most recently a natural-themed playground.
This new playground replaces a 30-year-old wooden structure that was both outdated and unsafe. “When our residents speak up, our town leadership listens,” says Rosemarie Lynch, Boonton Parks and Recreation Director. She was instrumental in leading the project.