Expand your Client Base with Play Area Facilities
Major Park and Caravan Homes Association advise that members are updating play areas and creating additional pitches in holiday parks to broaden their appeal. Celebrating their opening with local celebrities and drawing attention to their success and the industry. Many studies have shown that play areas become community hubs, providing meeting points, social interaction and healthy lifestyle changes.
Play is now categorised into baby and toddler, 6-12 years and teen facilities. Equipment includes swings, roundabouts, climbing structures, games arenas, shelters, bmx trails and skate parks. Styles can include cultural/heritage features in themed design, Natural Play parks are environmentally friendly, stimulating imagination with mounds, boulders and outdoor rooms.
HFN Landscapes have built many play areas in Public Open Spaces for local communities which have included similar equipment, supplied, installed and project landscaped by HFN’s skilled operatives.
Oak House Barns - Picture 1
A pirate themed scheme with sunken galleon shipwreck, toddler play boat and wooden fort, ghostly sentinel stones standing at footpath corners and ground level lavender maze. Paddle stones created dry river bed, log stockade with rope bridge and restful reading circle with glaciated boulders, Willow screen and Nature Walk.
Sunbeach Caravan Park - Picture 2 & 3
Climbing over sea boulders and through tunnel caves to reach sea cruiser beached on grassy mound forms major feature within play area featured below. A timber trail leads to parallel mound with crawl tunnel and embankment slide. Adjacent a timber swing and football goal area while timber decks of various heights, feature posts and rope balustrade dominates a quiet nook in the opposite corner. A thoughtful spot or imaginative play space. Safely fenced with wavy wooden palisade and gates enhancing the natural environment. Toddler play catered for with mini cycles and tyre hoops opposite the gate entrance to main play area and by reception building where parental eyes view.
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