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This community park has become a destination park for the town of Lincoln as it is set on a walking/biking pathway in Lincoln. It features two large structures. The 2-5 structure is great for kids learning to climb and balance. Featuring 2 slides and various levels of climbing challenge. The 5-12 structure has 3 large decks,  creating a treehouse feel with the leaf roof. This structure is also linked with UPC rocks and ropes for an added challenge, creating a linked circuit for kids to play the ultimate “hot lava game”. The park also has a large set of swings and benches in the shade for parents to watch their little ones play.

Aitken Park

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This 1.5 acre neighborhood park was a long time coming for the local families who waited several years for their dream to become a reality. Originally Pulte Homes was to build the park but the City of Roseville stepped up and partnered with Fuhrman Leamy Land Group on a design that includes, picnic areas, a play area, and open turf areas for play.  We were proud to supply the fun! The blacksmith theme ties this park back to one of Roseville's pioneer families, the Astill's, whom the park is named after. Kids in the neighborhood really enjoy this small but mighty park.  The 5-12 play structure is attached to a fun climbing structure that fits seamlessly.  Fun climbing elements from UPC Parks add to the unique blacksmith theme and kids can let their imaginations go wild. On the other side of the open turf area there is a place to sit, relax and play a game on one of the game tables from Wabash Valley.  We are glad the neighborhood finally got the park they dreamed of.

Astill Family Park

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This City of Woodland wanted to revamp this community park which sits in the heart of this charming small town. The park is surrounded by other amenities which are very well used by the community such as a tennis court and city pool. Updating this park was a welcome addition to this central gathering spot for the community. The look of the park is modern and fun with the stone grey colors mixed in with tan and brown, it looks different than any other park in the community. The park features lots of cool elements for kids to have fun with including a Gravity Cube and Wavy Wedge Wall Walker for climbing fun, Pirouette to hop and jump on and Concerto Vibes musical instrument so children can make their own music. There are two playstructures so children of all ages can play together. The toddler playstructure has lots of fun activities like a 360 degree Typhoon slide and tot rock climber. The older kids playstructure has multi-level decks, a 855 degree Typhoon slide, 2 other slides, 270 degree Try Rings, Fossil Bluff Climber and Dome Climber.

Beamer Park

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This project was truly a community effort. Excited about seeing the playground renovated, community members became actively involved in the equipment selection. The City worked with Miracle Playsystems to make sure that their residents vision was reflected in the equipment chosen. City Park is located in the heart of the historic area of Woodland, California. The existing equipment dated back about 25 years and the City of Woodland received a grant to replace the playground equipment.

Our design team created five options for the site. Those options were narrowed down to three by the City’s staff. We then took those three designs to a neighborhood group. They provided design feedback on the colors and components. We took their comments and revised the final three designs to take to a community event.

The community had a 4 hour window to come by the park and vote on their favorite design. We ended up with over 150 votes residents of all ages including children, parents and grandparents. The Community of the City of Woodland is really having a lot of fun with their new play equipment!

Images credit: Jim Smith – Daily Democrat

City Park

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This 2.55 acre park in Sacramento features a kids wading pool basketball court and picnic areas. The playground has an area for both older kids and younger kids to play. Miracle Playsystems worked closely with the City of Sacramento to develop the play area to meet their needs. The 5-12 structure has a large typhoon slide off a tall deck and is linked to a lower deck with a challenging hula climber. The structure has some fun under deck play for imaginations to soar. A lady bug and grass hopper spring rider round off the play area for extra fun.

Colonial Park

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After an onsite community outreach process the community members chose to work with Miracle Playsystems to update Crawford Park. This park features a Kids Choice design with a freestanding Maypole, double camelback climber, spring rider, jumping bean, twin rider.

Crawford Park

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This 40-acre Community Park is located in the heart of El Dorado Hills and is the gem of the community!  This park has it all!  Along with a huge playground the park features three multi-use sports fields, an undeveloped portion of New York Creek Nature Area, picnic tables and barbecue at the north field, courtyard, pool, Pavilion meeting/banquet facility, Teen Center and the rooms located within the Community Access Building are a gymnasium, classroom, dance room, and commercial kitchen. 

The playground is inclusive which makes it great for children of all abilities!  Some inclusive features are the Gravity Cube, Orb-X Climber, Concerto Chimes, Therapeutic Swing Seat, Interactive Four the Win Play Panel, Nexus Velocity Overhead Climber, Wavy Wedge Wall Climber, and Burma Bridge.

El Dorado Hills Community Park

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Color, color and more color! This playground has it all! Located in Elk Grove near Donner Elementary School, Foulks Park has an adventurous 5-12 structure for kids to climb, slide and spin.  A tall twisted tube slide comes off an 8’ high deck! Linked play is featured with Jax climbers and pods as well as a gravity net cube. The 2-5 structure is built so kids can practice their climbing and balancing with the custom letter and number blocks. The park has a little library feature that has some custom book benches. If you take a book you leave an old book for someone else to enjoy.

Other amenities include: baseball field, multi-purpose fields, picnic areas with BBQ’s, softball field, tennis courts and a walking track.

Foulks Park

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3, 2, 1 Blast Off! Freedom Park is an out of this world adventure. The park has everything a young astronaut could need to imagine a takeoff and Mars landing. The 5-12 structure has a rocket ship mega tower with 2 mega slides and spaceship climbers. It’s linked to the Miracle Launch pad with a fun crawl tube and more slides. The 2-5 structure looks like a space station where kids can slide and climb on a new planet.

Freedom Park

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Labyrinth Community Park is a 7-acre neighborhood park for residents in the dense Sequoia at Cypress neighborhood to find fun and relaxation. The park is the District's first zipline play equipment, first children's demonstration garden, and one of the region's only labyrinths.  It also has meandering pathways, native plants and a multi-use turf area.

Working together with Callander Associates, we designed an eye catching playground with a cool playstructure tower with a long slide coming down.  Kids can climb the rope climber or walk across the bridge to get to the top.  There are so many fun net play options that kids won't know what to play with first!  The Rocks and Ropes elements make climbing and balancing a fun element.  The most exciting feature of the park has to be the Mantis Cableway Zipline.  The first in the community, it always has a line to use.  Kids just love it!

Landscape Architect:  Callander Associates

Labyrinth Park

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The PTA of Lake Forest Elementary School in El Dorado Hills worked hard to raise money to replace their old play structure. They approached several playground vendors and ultimately choose to work with Miracle Playsystems because of our customer service and design process. We worked with members of the PTA to meet specific needs of the children who would be using the play structure. Miracle Playsystems designed and installed this custom play structure to provide a turnkey project for this school. It was a huge success and the children are loving it!

Lake Forest Elementary

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McClatchy Park’s renovation was completed on it’s 125 year anniversary (1889 to 2014). The renovation included children’s theme playgrounds as well as an “Oak Park/Joyland“ entry archway based on McClatchy’s amusement park history. The structure in the older children’s playground is designed to look like the original wooden roller coaster, “Scenic Railway;” also included is a streetcar with trolley tracks and larger than life popcorn, ice cream cone, and candy apple sculptures. The tot lot looks like a carnival area, with a miniature railway, and has a small zoo of life-size concrete animals. The water spray structures are carousel-themed.

Other amenities include: Basketball courts, butterfly garden with interpretive signs, Disk golf course (9 hole), jogging path with fitness equipment, picnic pavilion, skate park, tennis courts and water play area.​

McClatchy Park

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