The play features and equipment that we can incorporate into our designs is infinitely varied. We can create anything you might have seen in other playgrounds, as well as some products that you might not have see before. Everything we make is bespoke, so even our previous designs can be drastically altered and there’s nothing we like more than creating something that’s completely new. Below are some of the features that we have included in past designs to give you some ideas about how you can customise your play area, but please feel free to combine multiple pieces of play equipment and incorporate them into any design.
Play equipment that any child will recognise, but made to a much higher quality.
Like the traditional swing, but fitted with a secure, child friendly seat.
Fitted with straps, this swing allows less mobile children to be strapped in safely.
Suitable for use by multiple children simultaneously, basket swings are a firm favourite.
Cantilever Basket Swings
Featuring a basket swing that is hung on a cantilever post.
This wheelchair friendly roundabout encourages play for all children.
Any length or steepness of slide can be added onto any piece of play apparatus.
Giant, Curved Slides
Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries and incorporate twists and turns in a slide.
Exhilarating and adventurous, children love to whizz through the air on aerial runways.
Offering hand supports and stepping posts, these offer a fun way to explore.
Made from synthetic hemp, our rope bridges are long lasting, safe, and challenging.
A classic piece of play equipment that still offers hours of enjoyment.
Random and organic, tangle climbs use natural timbers to create climbable obstacles.
Flat topped and etched for grip, balance beams offer challenging traverses.
A-Frame Log Climbs
Natural timbers create attractive climb features that can be approached from either side.
Sometimes referred to as stepping logs, these are a low level balance challenge for all.
Natural and unique, these benches offer parents a place to sit whilst watching children.
Naturally themed, picnic benches encourage families to extend their visit.
Simple and mobile, these benches can be used in many ways to suit different needs.
A classic piece of play apparatus that allows for quick exits from various structures.
Combining balance and agility, these bridges are fun yet safe with double handrails.
Interactive Barriers & Fencing
These can incorporate sliders, peep holes, basket ball hoops, and bean bag targets.
Use the weighted ball to knock down all the skittles in as few throws as possible.
Den Building Structures
Offering simple frames, children use sticks to build their own structures.
These offer a challenging traverse with one rope for feet and another for hands.
Random Step Climbs
Incorporating varying sizes and widths of log, this is a pyramid shaped structure.
Vertical Climb Nets
Can be standalone or used as a traverse between other structures.
Similar to the vertical climb net except horizontal, children can climb over or under this net.
Freestanding or used to connect structures, we can make any bridge style you desire.
Race the balls down the channels and see whose gets there first.
Customisable to be painted with any design or character, these rock back and forth.
Crawl through tunnels that can go under or through structures.
Accessible for all, these chimes incorporate a stick to make musical melodies.
Whether animal or character themed, these brighten up a play area for children.
Offers easy access to wheelchairs and children with limited levels of mobility.
Extremely challenging, these can be standalone or used to connect structures.
Combining a raised balance beam with hand rails creates these pieces of play apparatus.
A new twist on conventional swing bars, this is a challenging piece of play apparatus.
A notched post that offers access to raised play apparatus.
Used to traverse muddy or wet ground, offering access for all.
Three Rope Bridge
Requiring balance and agility, this is a challenging traverse.
A safe access route that can incorporated into any play structure.
Can be made wide or narrow, allowing children to climb.
A vertical climb post that can be linked to other features.
Hanging Rope Traverse
Challenging exercise equipment requiring balance and strength.
Can be created in any size to allow access to play equipment.
A classic, spiral staircase that can be styled in different ways.
Climbing apparatus shaped like a giant, wooden spider.
Vertical Climb Wall
A challenging piece of climb apparatus offering multiple routes.
A low level, close to the ground, natural looking traverse.
Pull Up Bars
Classic exercise equipment with variable height bars.
Exercise equipment that can be arranged in any fashion.
Sit Up Benches
Traditional exercise equipment that can be flat or inclined.
Bars can be set at any height and used for exercise purposes.
Educational Interactive Play
Anything is possible, but this pieces teaches about bees.
A long standing play area piece recommend for home use with a cover.
Angled Climb Net
A net that offers challenging access to play apparatus.
Raised structures that are fully accessible, different, and fun.
Leap Frog Posts
Place your hands on the post top and leap right over.
Accessible exercise equipment allowing step up and down exercises.
Based upon real dogs, these tether posts keep furry friends secure.
Multi-level exercise equipment with a hand rail for safety.
A fun maze for children to explore can be made to any size.
A plastic, spiral slide of customisable length and curve.
Spider Web Climb Net
A spider web styled climbing net with a central ‘spider’.
Any shape and sign is possible to promote your organisation.
A vertical ladder can be used to transition levels or reach high places.
Accessible to less mobile individuals, this connects aerial play apparatus.
Access Climb Wall
This is a challenging way to enter a piece of play apparatus.
Please give us a call or send us an email to discuss your own play area and play apparatus, and we will walk you through the design process. We like to say that you are limited only by your imagination and if you can dream it, we can build it.