Bainland Country Park Playground

Location: Lincolnshire

Terms of Contract: Commercial

Children visiting Bainland Country Park in Lincolnshire for their school holidays won’t want to go home when they see this new Treehouse Playground built in the very centre of the popular leisure resort. Bainland Country Park already offers a wide variety of activities to holiday makers, such as golf, fencing and archery, and they wanted to develop a unique playground that would excite and entertain their younger guests.

Making happy childhood memories with friends…

This design makes fantastic use of an open space within the park, and has been expertly designed to not only look attractive and inviting, but also keep the children entertained for hours with a fantastic mix of play features. The wide variety of different features means that the children will never get bored of the playground, which includes a stainless steel slide, a cool fireman’s pole, a scramble net and a climbing wall.

A unique playground designed for having fun…

This bespoke design brings the fun factor up a notch or two but it also offers space for imagination and make-believe. The main feature of the playground is a high-level ‘treehouse’ den, which is styled with traditional cedar shingles and cladding. The treehouse can be used as the perfect background to any of the children’s games, such as a club den or a dragon’s castle. It’s a great place to play hide and seek from, or just to sit in a circle and have a tea party. Younger children will enjoy useing it to play role-play games such as cafes or shops. The playground is a fantastic addition to the holiday park, and will have children and their families coming back year after year.

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