|Great for a more urban setting.|
or overly gargantuan.
I've been searching the web for ideas on how to make a more organic playground. Just having a big, beautiful garden will do for most of the play, but children love to climb, jump, swing and dig and I want to provide areas for those things.
|A waterless stream bed with stepping stones and a wooden bridge.|
|This has a sunken garden feel. It is set a little lower, uses natural materials and|
takes advantage of the mature trees overhead.
|While I'm not sure what it will connect--probably some kind of tree house--|
I'd love to have a rope bridge.
|Of course, a tree swing.|
|I'm still searching out ways to have water without having to worry about kids drowning,|
but I did like this idea. Waterfall steps with a shallow pebble bed below.
Good splashing time for a hot day.
|Though this doesn't officially qualify as being part of a playground,|
I will have a few fairy houses dotting the property.
Imagination is a great playmate, too.
|Sand doesn't have to be in a box.|
|And, finally, a vegetation tepee.|