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COMMUNITY CENTRE BUILDS A TREEHOUSE – INDOORS!
Imagine a treehouse themed playground kids can use year round! The City of Burlington, ON opened their Soft Play® indoor playground to attract and retain families for their popular Tansley Woods community centre. Its 10 different play experiences are housed in a 3D themed treehouse. The huge tree is a spiral stair climb, largest in the industry. Picket fence panels, realistic foliage and angled roof panels carry the theme throughout. With its smart design, 71 kids can play comfortably and actively. With its 2 climbs, multiple obstacles and double twisting slide, the new attraction is a major draw.
ANOTHER COMMUNITY CENTER GOES FOR SOFT PLAY®!
The local arena is the gathering point for recreation in Labrador City, NL. It hosts the community’s events, and is home to local hockey and skating. What better way to keep families happy than with this new indoor playground near the rink, offering our unique wave climb decks and a 2 level J-slide to play 22 kids.
YMCA MONCTON KNOWS HOW TO PLAY!
When the YMCA of Greater Moncton partnered with the City of Moncton to create a new centre, the goal was to build a healthier, more active & connected community. The brand new 35,000 sq.ft. facility is now the home for this tropical themed Soft Play® design! Its 13 unique play events entertain 64 kids on 4 levels. Fully adult accessible, it has bridged areas to see kids play overhead. Attractions include 2 huge slides, built-in rock walls, and exclusive Wave Climber. Special low maintenance design is easy to maintain, even with an adjacent indoor splashpad!
KENORA SPORTSCOMPLEX BUILDS FOR THE COMMUNITY
Amusement Concepts had the pleasure of working with the City of Kenora to create the Lakelife Playroom, featuring a unique Soft Play® design to match this vibrant recreational facility. This 3-in-1 custom concept has a large PlayPark with multiple challenges, a built in Toddler Zone, and a Freestanding Basketball/Soccer Arena. The Kenora Sportsplex is a volunteer-run, non-profit facility with a variety of indoor activities for all ages, as well as athletic training for multiple sports, Special Olympics events and Indigenous youth programming. The local MPP describes this as “an incredible space for youth, families and seniors, and an investment will only expand the facility’s offerings.”