Quoted in WickedLocal, Newton on August 10, 2019

Premier Park & Play owner, Doug Knotts, speaks with WickedLocal, Newton on the history and future of playgrounds:

The biggest changes in playgrounds have been the dramatic increase in safety standards.

Nets have become a lot more popular…Balancing activities, bridges, moving-pod bridges, are newer and kids really like those as well.

Not all people have the ability to get out and use equipment, we always try to incorporate various features for a disabled child or adult to enjoy the playground. There are outdoor music instruments, fitness elements like chinbars, talking tubes, ADA swing seats, that allow a disabled child to be integrated into the park playground.

Read the full article: “Newton man looks at history and future of playgrounds,” WickedLocal, Newton, August 10, 2019.

Spring Playground Inspection

As your campground season approaches, it is again time to inspect your playground equipment and surrounding area for repairs and upgrades. Unfortunately, with your 24 hour / 7 day a week preparation to get the campground open, playground equipment can often be overlooked. You may
not have had any problems in the playground for years, so there is no need to bother with it this spring. Right? But don’t skip it!!! Proper maintenance will help prevent possible injuries as well as extend the life of the equipment. Protect your investment by putting in the proper time and effort in
advance.

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