Cottonwood Playground Information

The playground at Cottonwood Park was replaced with accessibility in mind.

Amenities woven into the playground design provide opportunities for individuals utilizing mobility devices and include the ability to enter or interact with other children as they play and explore around them. Overall, the playground features are designed to appeal to the older children ages 5 to 12-years-old.

In addition, a special bonded rubber fall material was installed underneath the playground – the surface is easy to navigate for people who use assistive devices and provides a soft surface for all playground users.

AMENITY DESCRIPTIONS

  • Gravity Rail (100-foot long)
    • This track is the longest and boosts a downward slope for added momentum, big curves and a large hill that gives kids that weightless feeling.
  • Nexus® Velocity 7 with nets
    • Sensory play is crucial to every child’s development and growth. This product provides the following sensory play experiences: 
      • Proprioception is very important as it lets us know exactly where our body parts are, how we are positioned in space and how to plan our movements.
      • This system explains the perception of our body in relation to gravity, movement, and balance
  • Mega Tower Structure
    • Age appropriate for ages 5-12. Includes 16 elevated play activities and 2 ground level play activities.
  • Ten Spin
    • Built to accommodate up to 10 kids at once, this popular, freestanding event allows children of all abilities to join in the fun by either sitting, kneeling, or standing. The Ten Spin is an inclusive freestanding product that allows children of all abilities to play together, while providing an essential sensory experience that supports child development.
  • Climbing walls and a finger maze to promote tactile based play
  • Bells for auditory stimulation
  • Binoculars for visual play
  • Ten-foot swings

*Thanks to Miracle Recreation for providing all of the above amenity descriptions.

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