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The American Legion Park serves over 4,000 children in the surrounding community and was the recipient of a Miracle Recreation grant. The playground at American Legion was burned down during the summer of 2017.  This rebuilt was a change for the city of Stockton to create a wonderful new and very colorful playground. The play area features the Concerto Music line from Miracle.

American Legion Park

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The play equipment is the first of it's kind in California. First X-Gen play structure in California. It also has a Gravity Rail which is a swing zipline, an Aquarius Climber, a DNA Climber, and ADA accessible play equipment. The play equipment is meant to get kids moving and exercising without realizing it. The benches were made in house by the city using recycled materials. The playground was made possible by a generous contribution from the Corcoran Community Foundation.

Burnham Smith Park

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Caesar Chavez Park is public park located in the city of Corcoran. This over 7,000 SF play box includes a Mega Tower, Tot Lot and swings. The project was funded by a Department of Housing and Community Development, Housing Related Parks Program grant. Joe Faulkner, Public Works Director with the City Corcoran, was responsible for design of the MegaTower and layout of the park. This is a great neighborhood park to bring children of all ages!

Cesar Chavez Park

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This 2,600 SF neighborhood park is located in the upscale community of Spanos Park - locally known to be the most spirited residential development by the A.G. Spanos Companies. This neighborhood park is located 3525 AG Spanos Blvd in Stockton, CA. and features a new Miracle Playsystems playground design intended to serve kids and neighbors of all ages. Colorful, yet sophisticated, this playground includes graduated play elements that the neighborhood kids will be able to learn and grow on throughout their childhood. The UPC rock climbers add that extra perceived risk for the dare devils, while simultaneously selected to be complimentary to the natural surroundings. During the summer this tree lined park and lush grass field is a favorite gathering place for music lovers to enjoy small music festivals. Wanting to keep that spirit alive all year round, the Percussion Play free standing music items were the perfect addition for this redesign. The park was named after a gentleman named, Harry Corren. Known as a friend to all, “A gold-hearted guy who inspired sincere admiration from minorities in our diverse but not always tolerant town”, “The epitome of what we want America to be was Harry Corren.” Known for his goodwill, spirituality and respect for other faiths, it was an honor for Miracle Playsystems to have this opportunity redesign a new playground to keep Harry’s spirit alive and for all to enjoy.

Harry Corren Park

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This project consists of the design, plans, procurement and installation of a playground system at Kings Lion Park’s northwest section of the park. The funding source for this project is a Department of Housing and Community Development, Housing Related Parks Program grant. Working with the City Manager, Public Works Director and other stakeholders this project called for structures with a variety of built-in activity panels and climbers with a fun theme, but most importantly the most bang for their buck.

Kings Lion Park

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Larry Sullivan Park located on 105 Henry Court and Lester Huck Park located on 501 Wagtail Court are two small neighborhood parks that were in need of an update to better serve the surrounding community and its residents. The city’s Landscape Architect came to Miracle Playsystems looking for our expertise on a playground redesign that had the community in mind. Modest but enticing, each Miracle playground includes age specific play structures accompanied by playful freestanding components that are fun for all ages. Each space includes multiple shade structures to provide protection from the hot afternoon sun, new ADA access ramps and sensory play equipment that make the play areas more enjoyable for children and neighborhood residents with special needs.

Larry Sullivan and Lester Huck Park

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City of Fresno 6 acre park with multi-use open fields for soccer and football, shaded playgrounds, basketball courts, pathways, picnic areas, site furnishings, restrooms, parking lot, fencing, landscaping. It has a free water spray park for hot summers.

Martin Ray Reilly Park

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This 5 acre park, full of mature trees and beautiful grass, is home to the large Kid Choice Mega Tower structure! This park has a large kid’s playground that Miracle Playsystems designed that included both a 5-12 and 2-5 structure as well as swings spring riders and hop rocks linked to climbing. The Mega tower features a 14’ deck with a crawl tube that goes around the top of the deck. It has a 14’ tube slide that will get kids down in a hurry. Two additional slides are set lower for those younger kids and it’s got lots of exciting climbing challenges. The 2-5 kids structure is just the right size for little ones to practice their climbing skills before they graduate to the larger structure. The park also features a fun ground crawl tube for hide and seek and a maypole for some spinning action. The colors the client chose were a nice twist on a natural color pallet with some fun pops of cyan and chartreuse.

Philip Marx Central Park

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Bearsley School District developed a District-wide plan to update all three of their school’s playgrounds.  San Lauren Elementary School decided to update their primary age playground with some great pieces including a Boulder Ridge Climbing Wall that kids can climb and scale and a Tarantula Climber that’s a monkey-bar lovers dream.  There are so many elements to this structure that give kids more opportunities to climb and explore.  The whole structure is covered by shade sails which are a must to keep kids cool in the warm temperatures that Bakersfield is known for.

San Lauren Elementary

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Site coordinator Judy Huerta strategically picked out all the equipment.   She wanted a playground where the children could use their imaginations and have different experiences with each area of the playbox.  There is a traditional post and deck structure, sand table, a trike track with play panels and directional signs.  The colors are natural with little pops of color with the Miracle therapeutic sandbox.

Wakefield Elementary

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Wawona Middle School was a project inspired by Fresno Unified’s Early Childhood Development Program.  This Tot’s Choice play structure is age appropriate for children from 2-12 years old and is used for preschool through 2nd grade children on campus. The structure includes two slides, several climbers and play panels. The District also has been thrilled with the 26’ Hexagonal Shade, stating it does provide some relief from the Fresno heat. This design has become a District standard for Fresno Unified.

Wawona Middle School

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Ship Ahoy! This nautical theme park is designed to evoke the spirit of the sea. The Miracle structure is a great place to climb and image you’re the captain of the ship.  The park includes a 15,500 pound whale from UPC. Don’t get eaten by the whale! Music, and a seal spring rider round out this fun themed park.

Weber Park

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