- Ponderosa Cedar Playground: (8) Double slide, Slide, Large tree hugger, Small tree hugger, Log climber, Rope climber, Rock wall, Window bubble panel
- Ponderosa Cedar Playground with transfer: (7) Double slide, Slide, Large tree hugger, Log climber, Rope climber, Rock wall, Window bubble panel
Kids will get excited over this playground, fun and challenging for all! This cedar playground features a fast torpedo slide that starts over 6 feet in the air and descends in a flash! Less experienced and younger climbers can slide down on the double slide that begins just 4 feet from the ground. There are 5 ways to climb up on the regular playground and 4 if you opt for the transfer station. While up high, kids will love looking at their pals down below through the bubble window! Children can use the basic log climber or challenge themselves further with the tree hugger climbers. The transfer station will allow children with lower limb limitations to join in the fun, ideal for schools, and child care centers!
Developmental skills soar during fun outdoor play. Gross motor skills rock watching kids climb up the log climber and zoom down the playground, also enriching environmental awareness as kids discuss the logs. Social and emotional development naturally occurs as children wait to shoot down the torpedo slide and help encourage each other on the rope climber. A variety of climbing structures are sure to strengthen fine motor skills naturally as kids grasp and pull their body weight on many surfaces.
Made in the USA out of cedar logs, composite recycled decking, and polyethylene plastic. Assembly and in ground installation required. Ages 5 to 12.
- Ponderosa Cedar Playground: 15'L x 25'W x 12'6"H; 2500 lb. A use zone of 27'L x 37'W is recommended.
- Ponderosa Cedar Playground with transfer: 19'L x 25'W x 12'6"H; 2950 lb. A use zone of 31'L x 37'W is recommended.
*Every cedar log features unique natural markings and grooves that evolve over time as the log releases moisture. This does not diminish the quality, durability, or safety of the product.What do I need to know to choose the correct installation type?
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