A family play space can create distinction and offer additional value with both a recreational zone and an unofficial intergenerational meeting place.
By creating places where people can participate in the ways they prefer, they are more likely to stay, return, and spread the word.
Play environments should be viewed as resources for learning & child development. Consider bringing learning outside through activities that interest children.
Aquatic immersion and exercise has been shown to improve brain blood flow and arterial health.
Naturalization adds value to play structures by enhancing visual quality as focal points, thereby attracting children outdoors to use parks and school grounds.
Integrate the living landscape with manufactured play equipment results in higher levels of physical activity and social interaction.
Inclusive play provides high-quality outdoor play experiences for people of all ages and abilities that develop the whole child.
IMPACT Parks helps philanthropists and organizations develop community parks and recreational spaces with measurable results and data
Today, rates of overweight and obesity are dramatically higher than 30-40 years ago, overweight and obesity continue to pose a major public health challenge.