Primrose Playground Information

Inclusive Playground Communication Board located at Primrose Park
Inclusive Playground Communication Board located at Primrose Park

Inclusive Playground Communication Board 

The new sign encourages inclusive play for all members of our community and is an effective way to allow children of all abilities to communicate and promote public awareness of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

Communication boards at playgrounds have become increasingly popular in recent years. Many of the symbols and images are standardized across the country for ease of use and understanding, while other graphics on the board are personalized and tailored to the specific playground equipment and park site where the board is located.

The communication board includes custom graphics for Primrose Park, as well as braille and both English and Spanish. 


Accessible Playground Tour

Boise Parks and Recreation is committed to providing accessible and inclusive experiences for users of all abilities. The playground at Bowden Park includes Avalanche Inclusive Slide and Ten Spin and has bonded rubber surfacing for mobility device users. Take a video tour of this playground by clicking the button below.

The new playground at Primrose Park was built 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 older children ages 5 to 12 age group.

In addition, a special bonded rubber fall material has been 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.

Primrose Park Playground


    • Reflex®
      • Ensure all kids can join in on the fun at your park by installing inclusive playground equipment such as Reflex®. Reflex® offers a fun balance challenge for kids of all ages and abilities and allows them to engage in valuable sensory play as the seat rises and descends.
    • Inclusive Swing Seat
      • The inclusive swing offers a secure seat and the ability to attach a harness when needed to provide a safe swinging experience for all.
    • Hexagon Mega Tower & Transfer Point
      • The transfer point on the main system makes the entire Mega Tower ADA friendly. It has a transferable height if they want to transfer to the steps from a wheelchair.
    • Sensory Panels
      • A sensory panel encourages tactile, auditory, and visual sensory experiences. 

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

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