Small Features, but Big Rewards

Small features often mean big fun for children.  There are many tiny sized playground components—when compared to such massive structures as the Mega Tower—that add variety and depth to any playground.  These valuable pieces, often independent from the central playground, come in various shapes and are all distinctive in appearance.  Although individual in nature, these features can team up well to produce enormous affects in terms of boosting aesthetic allure and enhancing function and accessibility.

Sping Rider Bug Eyes, Close Up Detail

Sping Rider Bug Eyes, Close Up Detail

What do lady bugs, snails, ATVs, and grand prix racers all have in common?  They are all spring riders available for playground design and building projects.  Even better, these examples are just a sample of the vast assortment on hand from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company, which also has elephants, frogs, and motor cross bikes, among many more.  A playground’s appeal will increase with just one or two—or a whole fleet of these spring-anchored contraptions, created in imaginative forms for children to ride on.

Lady Bug Spring Rider

Lady Bug Spring Rider

The spring rider collection isn’t the only equipment set to offer faux animals for a play site.  A new feature option in the playground world is the Park Pet.  Lying down, waiting attractively for a visitor to lay eyes upon or climb up on could be a polymer concrete resin cat, fish, or turtle, among others.  Sturdy and enduring, these stone like creatures generate original images to be remembered and talked about by those fortunate enough to have one at a nearby park.  How unique! 
A Frog Styled Park Pet

A Frog Styled Park Pet

The park pet and spring rider are just two types of modest features that deliver a whopping good time.  So whether it’s a spring loaded frog or a concrete resin dog, a small time attraction will add range and value to a playground—and a little more fun.

Grasshopper Spring Rider

Grasshopper Spring Rider

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