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Rock Climbing Reaches New Heights with The Canyon Collection!
Rocks are no longer a stand-alone product off to the side of the playground. The Canyon Collection™ integrates with PlayBooster® playstructures to deliver a continuous play experience that’s both physical and imaginative.

Playground Accessibility a Top Priority for New School Playground

With construction of the new Willow Creek Elementary School underway in Fleetwood, Pa., Principal Lori Koehler and her team had two goals in mind with their new playground: to make it accessible to all children and ensure it was a smooth development process.

Aware of the involvement that playground development demands, the school selected Steve Hemler, sales consultant with General Recreation, to lead the project.

Creative sparks will fly at Anderson Farm Park

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When Montgomery County’s Upper Providence Township decided to enhance the newly developed Anderson Farm Park, a multipurpose band shell seemed like a natural fit. So naturally, they looked to General Recreation and Cedar Forest Products for solutions.

Shared vision for innovation drives memorial playground in Pilesgrove-Woodstown, New Jersey

Woodstown NJ Playground Equipment

Pilesgrove-Woodstown, New Jersey, is a small community with a big heart. In 2007, the community rallied together to build a playground in honor of John Vascek, Jr., a local young man who died in a motorcycle accident in 2004. “His family established the John Vascek, Jr. Memorial Foundation to keep his name alive, while donating to charitable causes. John loved children, so it was a perfect fit for the foundation to fund a new playground that would also be a memorial,” recalls Jamie Danner, treasurer of the Pilesgrove-Woodstown Recreation Commission’s board of directors.

The City of Pittsburgh’s aquatic playgrounds make a splash

Aquatic Playgrounds Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

Troy Hill and Beechview aren’t your ordinary playgrounds. And, they’re winning awards. They are part of the City of Pittsburgh’s master plan to replace old swimming pools with aquatic playgrounds. About six years ago, City Parks Director Duane Ashley began to research aquatic parks and presented the idea to the mayor.

“We were interested in developing new play areas that are fun and accessible, as well as safe and cost-effective. Aquatic playgrounds fit that bill. They’re growing in popularity around the country, and for good reason, ” says Ashley.

Our extensive experience in the recreation industry assists us in designing, manufacturing and building premier playgrounds, pavillions, site furnishings and much more.