Sandringham Forest outdoor, adventure play area is a wild and rustic outdoor play area featuring thirty-one pieces of play apparatus, set amidst the woods of Sandringham forest. Built from sweet chestnut and sawn oak mainframes – both renowned for their longevity – this is a wild area for forest adventures.
The play area features tangle climbs, rope bridges, rope traverses, and balance beams – amongst many other features – allowing children to play endlessly and letting their imaginations run wild.
As the play area is just a few minutes down the road from our workshop, we didn’t worry too much about taking photos of it when we completed the installation, thinking that we could come back and take photos any time. It’s been so wildly popular however, that we haven’t been able to find a good time to photograph it empty! Here are the couple of new-build photos we have of the play area, but please scroll down to see the photos from the opening day. Seeing children react like this was an absolute delight and makes us extremely proud of what we do.
Adventure Play Area: Grand Opening
It was an absolute pleasure to be present for the grand opening of the play area. More children that we could count turned up for the event and the moment we cut the ribbon, they went wild, exploring the new adventure play area.
Creating Your Adventure Playground
Please use this project, as well as our other outdoor play areas, to get inspiration for your own creation. As you can see from the photos, the children love it and have found immense play value from the playground. Seeing children this happy, loving what we have made, is one of the most rewarding parts of designing and manufacturing play equipment – it keeps us on our toes and it excites us to push ourselves further in the future.
Please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us to discuss your own project and we will be happy to talk you through the design process.
For pricing information, please refer to our pricing page or get in contact with us to make an enquiry and discuss a potential project.