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Berliner “Lunch-n-Learn” Tour A Huge Success

Thank you, everyone, for the tremendous response to the recent “Lunch-n-Learn” tour from Boise, Idaho to the Wasatch Front in Utah with Berliner’s CEO, Lukas Steinke.

Part of our tour included stopping at sites where Berliner play equipment is currently installed. 

Berliner playground equipment at Brookside Park in Daybreak Utah

These pictures are from Brookside Park located at the Daybreak Community in South Jordan, Utah. 

Day Break facilities manager, Don Scott met with us to discuss the success of their parks featuring Berliner playground equipment and talk about future expansions to Day Breaks pocket parks which have become a Daybreak Community signature. 

Check out all the “fun” for yourself at:
Brookside Park in Daybreak
4863 Fish Hook Road,
South Jordan, Utah 84095

“Movement is fascinating for children. It is always exciting and engaging to bounce, jump, spin, swing or seesaw. 

“This is the reason children – and even adults – have so much fun on rope-based play equipment. Rope is not dead material. Instead, it is flexible and enables a child to ‘connect’ with the equipment, as every action is followed by a reaction. Rope is a play ‘partner’ and there is always a dialog between the child playing and the structure.”  Lukas Steinke

For another opportunity to visit with Lukas Steinke, be sure to visit the Berliner booth #715 at the Landscape Architect Conference and Expo, October 20-23. Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Convention Center

In Pursuit of Play,

Nicole Stoddard, LuckyDog Recreation

Free Buddy Bench with Purchse of Playcraft Systems Playground Equipment

UTAH, IDAHO AND WYOMING SCHOOLS 

Make your playgrounds kid-friendly with “Buddy Bench”

Purchase Playcraft Systems® playground equipment and get a 
Buddy Bench Free!

BUDDY BENCH

The “Buddy Bench” is a simple idea to eliminate loneliness and foster friendship on the playground.

Maybe a child is new to your school, or their friends are absent that day, or a bully keeps picking on them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwuOlSS8lL4

EXCLUSION

Being excluded based on physical or mental differences is a common problem faced by children in school. Exclusion often leads to bullying.

BULLYING

More than 80% of bullying isn’t reported to adults out of peer pressure. Or having witnessed the event, being unprepared to do something about it.

Children form their own social structure in school naturally. But giving kids the tools and training to combat bullying and create an inclusive school climate of their own is important.

EMPATHY TRAINING

To respond empathetic, kids must see themselves as people who care and value others’ thoughts and feelings.

DIVERSITY ACCEPTANCE

By learning about differences in others, children are more accepting of this diversity and make accommodations.

FRIENDSHIP BUILDING

With a little knowledge and training, a new world opens to children with friendships that might have never been.

PLAY UNITES US ALL

By giving children the framework to develop empathy and generosity towards others an aperture to a brighter future is created.

Tools like the “Buddy Bench” are integral to this end. Playcraft Systems®

Call now! so we can include a “Buddy Bench” with your new Playcraft Systems® playground equipment order.

In Pursuit of “Inclusive” Play

Nicole Stoddard – Playcraft Systems® Representative for Utah, Idaho and Wyoming

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Utah ASLA Double Winner at 2017 Annual Meeting

Mathew Winward - Utah ASLA Merit AwardDuring the 2017 annual meeting of the Utah ASLA  (American Society of Landscape Architects) G. Brown Design won the Merit Award for their Lodestone Regional Park design. The ASLA gives the prestigious Merit Award for landscape designs that represent superior accomplishment in the profession of landscape architecture.

Mathew Winward of G. Brown Design, Site and Landscape Architects

G. Brown Design is a Landscape Architecture firm that provides full services on a wide variety of projects including Parks and Recreation projects, Urban Streetscape projects, Institutional projects, Commercial and Corporate projects, Residential projects, and Cemetery Planning & Design.  We have specific expertise in park planning and design and have received multiple awards in recent years for our parks and recreation projects including:

2017 – Merit Award, Utah Chapter of ASLA for Lodestone Regional Park, West Valley City, UT
2015 – Award of Excellence, Utah Chapter of ASLA for the Draper Senior Center, Draper Utah
2015 – Honor Award, Utah Chapter of ASLA for the Brookside Park, South Jordan Utah
2013 – Merit Award, Utah Chapter of ASLA for The Daybreak East Lake Promenade, South Jordan, UT
2011 – Honor Award, Utah Chapter of ASLA for The Daybreak East Lake Commons, South Jordan, UT

“I joined G Brown Design nearly 13 years ago in September of 2004. I have been Managing Principal of the firm since 2009, at which time Mike Wonenberg and myself took over firm management as part of an internal ownership transition from Founding Principal Gerald Brown.

Prior to my time at G Brown Design I spent 4 years with Landmark Design here in Salt Lake City.  I am originally from Preston, Idaho located in the northern end of Cache Valley. That is where I gained my love for the outdoors and began developing the creative problem-solving skills that are so important to my work as a Landscape Architect.”   Mathew Winward

Merit Award, Lodestone Regional Park in West Valley City

G Brown Landscape design for Lodestone in West Valley City - Utah ASLA Winner

G Brown Landscape Design - Lodestone in West Valley City Utah

Winner of the LuckyDog Recreation Prize

As sponsors of Utah ASLA, we were excited that Mathew Winward of G. Brown Design was also the winner of the LuckyDog Recreation prize that included an action camera and headphones. LuckyDog has been a proud sponsor of the Utah ASLA chapter for the last 5 years. Because the creative and artistic contributions landscape architects make to outdoor public areas, landmarks and structures, the annual meeting is one of our favorite conferences.

Congratulations Mathew and G. Brown Architects!

Nicole Stoddard, LuckyDog Recreation

P.S. Take advantage of our July “Lunch-n-Learn” special event, specifically designed for landscape architect firms. Call to schedule, (800) 388-2196

Rope-Based Play Equipment Lunch-n-Learn Special Event!

The rope-based play equipment phenomenon is here to stay. While the concept originated in the mid-’50s in New Jersey, Berliner Seilfabrik built the first commercial grade rope-based net structure with steel-reinforced ropes in 1971.
Utah Rope-Based Play by LuckyDog Recreation and Berliner

Rope-Based Play Equipment Technology

The geometry of these net structures allows designers unlimited possibilities to entice and excite users of all ages and abilities with artistic net structures that scale to highest heights spread across rolling expanses.

Equipped with “Made in Germany” technology, communities everywhere are embracing these new designs promising:

  • More play value for user
  • Easy maintenance for operators
  • Creative solutions for designers

You have endless design options because rope-based playgrounds easily challenge the status quo of traditional post and deck systems. 

Playground Architects – ACT NOW

Beliner's Lukas Steinke -Utah Architects Lunch n Learn brought to you by LuckyDog RecreationTake advantage of a one-time opportunity to work directly with Berliner’s National Sales Manager, Lukas Steinke.

Schedule your Lunch-n-Learn with LuckyDog from July 11–13, 2017 for this exciting added bonus. 

Lukas is the CEO of Berliner’s U.S. headquarters based out of Greenville, SC. With more than 14 years of experience – both nationally and internationally – Lukas is uniquely equipped to discuss the advantages of rope-based playground solutions and the unique approach to product design by Berliner.

Benefits of Rope-Based Play

Your education session explores the benefits of rope-based play vs. traditional play and shows its potential for customization. 

“Movement is fascinating for children. It is always exciting and engaging to bounce, jump, spin, swing or seesaw. 

“This is the reason children – and even adults – have so much fun on rope-based play equipment. Rope is not dead material. Instead, it is flexible and enables a child to ‘connect’ with the equipment, as every action is followed by a reaction. Rope is a play ‘partner’ and there is always a dialog between the child playing and the structure.”  Lukas Steinke

Call Today (800) 388-2196 to Schedule

Idaho Elementary School Receives Playcraft Project of the Year Award

Ernest Hemingway Elementary receives the 2016 Playground Project of the Year Award from playground manufacturer, Playcraft Systems

Ernest Hemingway Elementary, Ketchum Idaho: The students at Ernest Hemingway Elementary have been enjoying their new playground for almost a year now. The new playground equipment replaced old equipment that had been in the ground for over 25 years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rZFfowzgmI

The entire playground was designed by Playcraft Systems of Grants Pass, Oregon and installed under the direction of Blaine County Maintenance Director, Lester Wilson, who is a Certified Playground Safety Inspector. Wilson was instrumental in choosing a design that was both challenging and fun for the students and met safety requirements.  

The installation was completed in May of 2016 with the grand opening just before school let out for the summer. However, extensive planning and fundraising started the year before.

Principal Don Haisely and PTO President Laura Gvozdas persisted in making the new playground exceptional. In addition to expanding the original footprint to include more playground toys, swings and spinners, they combined the fundraising efforts of the school and the City of Ketchum, whose Parks building is adjacent to the school property. Together, these groups set a precedence; Hemingway Elementary was long overdue AND nothing less than the best would do.

Playcraft Playground Award at Ernest Hemingway Elementary

The playground fundraising efforts kicked off in May of 2015 with the Hemingway Walkathon Fundraiser where the Hemingway students raised $22,000 for their new playgroundThe fundraising committee then continued those efforts throughout 2015 by meeting with local foundations and organizations as well as circulating a fundraising mailing to individuals in our community in order to raise the funds needed for this important playground.”  Laura Gvodas, PTO President

Of all the Playcraft playgrounds installed last year, the Playcraft team chose the Hemingway playground to receive the prestigious “Project of the Year Award.” The award is given for the most improved playground, outstanding design and exceptional team work.

Nicole Stoddard, of LuckyDog Recreation represented Playcraft Systems and presented the award to Ms. Laura Gvozdas and Mr. Lester Wilson during a school assembly, May 2017. If you haven’t played on the new equipment yet, you owe it to yourself and your family to check it out. Bring a picnic, because the playground is so much fun and offers a lot to do, you will want to make a day of it. Ernest Hemingway Elementary, 111 8th Street,
Ketchum, ID 83340.

“Thank you to everyone who contributed and pushed to make this outstanding playground a reality for the kids of Ernest Hemingway Elementary.  A project of this magnitude takes great leadership, loads of attention, dedication and hundreds of contributions of time, money and effort.”  Nicole Stoddard, LuckyDog Recreation

Playcraft Systems Project of the Year Award to LuckyDog Recreation

Ernest Hemingway Elementary School Playground Ribbon Cutting

Ernest Hemingway Elementary School Playground Grand Opening

Playcraft Systems Playground Equipment at Ernest Hemingway Elementary School in Ketchum Idaho

Ketchum Idaho Kids at Play on Playcraft Systems Playground Equipment

For National Playground Safety Week We Are Partnering Up

The Utah Department of Health and LuckyDog Recreation
support National Playground Safety Week

 Monday the Utah Health Department will be kicking off
National Playground Safety Week and you are invited.

The Utah Department of Health, Salt Lake County Health Department, and LuckyDog Recreation will conduct a playground inspection to highlight common safety hazards and effective ways to prevent injuries on playgrounds. The event will coincide with National Playground Safety Week, held April 24-28, 2017.

Each year, nearly 1,700 Utah elementary school-aged children are injured on school playgrounds. That’s enough children to fill 68 average Utah elementary school classrooms.

Speakers will include:

  • Zach Torres-George, environmental health scientist, Salt Lake County Health Department
  • Christine Christensen, principal, Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
  • Hillary Campbell, student injury reporting technician, Utah Department of Health

Monday, April 24, 2017 9:15 a.m.

Woodrow Wilson Elementary School
2567 Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

NOTE: Parking available in the lot adjacent to the school

Playground Injuries Have Decreased

Busy Bee's Playground in Roy Utah - By PlayCraft Playgrounds and LuckyDog Recreation pre-school playground for Busy Bee's Playhouse in Roy, Utah

  • According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission playground injuries have significantly decreased year after year since 2001. This occurrence is due to increased awareness, higher safety standards and big changes in the playground industry such as:
  • Manufactures – Playground manufactures are building safer playgrounds by making sure all hardware is covered and platforms are protected with small gauged guardrails.
  • Playground Surfacing – Every year we see new and improved playground surfacing. When surfacing products are installed and maintained according to code they are more effective in preventing injuries.
  • CPSI – All public playgrounds are required to be inspected by Certified Playground Safety Inspectors who understand playground safety issues including hazard identification, equipment specifications, surfacing requirements and risk management methods.
  • Playground Designs – Today’s public playgrounds are built within safety zones and the play equipment is situated to prevent over crowding. For example, swing sets are placed away from other play equipment.

Too Many Utah Children Injured – Still More to Do

All though injuries are down, too many Utah children are still injured on playgrounds.

For 2008, the Department of Health reports:

  • 70% of student injuries occur on the playground or play-field.
  • Two-thirds (65.2%) of these injuries happen during recess.
  • The activities during which injuries occur the most are playing on bars (20.7%), running (18%), and walking (11%).
  • The most common injuries received are possible fracture/broken, cut/laceration, bump/bruise/contusion, sprain/strain/tear, and possible concussion.

Health Department Fact Sheet – PDF

Health Department Student Injuries – PDF

How To Improve Playground Safety

With manufacturers building safer playgrounds every year, what else can be done to prevent playground injuries?

Choose your playgrounds wisely.

  • Make sure your school has a well maintained playground with the proper safety surfacing. Be sure that the school has supervised play rules in place.
  • Choose parks and playgrounds that are appropriate to your child’s age, are well maintained and the safety surfacing is in good condition.
  • Check for hazards or broken equipment.
  • Continuously supervise your children while they are at play.

Teach our children playground safety – Parents and teachers alike can teach children to play safe.

  • Teach children to use playground and sports equipment properly. Check to see that sports equipment is age appropriate and fits properly.
  • Remind children to be aware and kind. Pushing and shoving can lead to injuries.

Slyde the Playground Hound

Utah Playground Safety Week - Teach playground safety with Slyde The Playground Hound. Slyde the Playground Hound is always ready and willing to teach playground safety. Here are 10 Fun and Easy Ways that Slyde can help you teach playground safety during “Playground Safety Week.”

Also Slyde would like you to have your free copy of the “Public Playground Safety Handbook”.

So join us for “Playground Safety Week.”

In Pursuit of (Safe) Play,

Rhetta McIff – LuckyDog Recreation – Utah Playgrounds, Creative Designer

Multi-Family Landscape Design Is For The Dogs

The new multi-family landscaping trend is to bring local dog parks home, where the family lives. Offering a dog park as part of your multi-family landscape design is fun, easy and cost effective.

You can’t help but notice that multi-family complexes in urban areas have been increasing to keep up with the demand. Every year since 2010, Salt Lake City increased rental units by 1,534. During the same time period, the demand for new rental units has averaged 1,869 a year.

Also, rising prices for single family homes has brought a big demand for condos and town homes. Along with the demand, housing complexes have become more inclusive than ever. Consider the Bud Baily Apartments in Salt Lake City, for example.

The Trend We Are Seeing

Multi-family landscape designs are including dog parks. It is easy to see why when you consider that dog ownership has been steadily rising along with the multi-family housing demands.

Because dogs are considered part of the family, catering to dog families can be as simple as saving 500 square feet of space for a dog park. Or changing overgrown, neglected and unmanaged areas into dedicated dog playgrounds.

“Did you know there are currently more dogs in the US than children? And that renters often base their decision making on whether their pets will be welcome too? Dog parks aren’t just a trend in the multi-family industry, they’re a hugely popular amenity for your residents and can also help to promote your community as being truly pet-friendly! There is always a market for pet-owners who are looking for affordable, long term housing and your dog park can help turn a “Maybe” into a “Yes!”

“From a marketing perspective, having an onsite dog park can give you an advantage over a competing property whose residents may have to drive to a nearby off-leash area. Residents are often willing to pay a higher deposit and monthly rent in order to live somewhere that accepts (and welcomes!) their pets. In addition to the financial perks, pet-friendly communities typically see less resident turnover and have a higher rating from resident satisfaction surveys.” Dog-ON-It-Parks

Tips for Building Successful Dog Parks as Part of Your Multi-Family Landscape Design

From fencing to water sources, from poop scooping to signs, from location to equipment, learn what you need to know to consider a dog park as part of your multi-family landscape design by downloading this PDF:  Successful Multi-Family Dog Parks

Need a fun “Dog-ON-It” dog park? Call me.

In Pursuit of Play,

Nicole Stoddard, LuckyDog Recreation

Dynamic Playcraft Systems School Playground In Pocatello, Idaho

Connor Academy Public Charter School in Pocatello, Idaho has a playground that invokes giggles, squeals, laughter, and FUN. The Idaho school playground is the perfect combination of three Playcraft Systems™ play structures.

Connor Academy Principal Joel Lovstedt and local General Contractor Pro Builders Inc. hired LuckyDog Recreation as the subcontractor to supply and install the Playcraft playground equipment at the new campus location.

Playcraft Systems™ Play Structures

Playcraft Idaho School Playground Equipment by LuckyDog Recreation.

A vivid yellow, blue, and red Playcraft R3.5™ structure invites the students to stretch their muscles, allows their stress to slide away, and lets them climb to new heights in a matter of a few free-play minutes!

 

Idaho Playground Equipment brought to you by LuckyDog Recreation

Activities abound on this Playcraft R3.5 System™ structure with ample hand-over-hand fun on the Loop Traverse, 360 degree Horizontal Ladder, and Chinning Bar.

Pocatello Idaho School Playground Equipment by Playcraf

Playcraft Playground Equipment - Idaho School Playground Equipment brought to you by LuckyDog RecreationLuckyDog Recreation, Idaho Playground Equipment

The climbing action comes in varying forms: Spiral Climber, Vertical Rock Climber, and the Erector Rock Climber with its perfectly sized thermoplastic coated hand grips that are super tough but gentle on the kids’ hands and feet.

LuckyDog Recreation and Playcraft bring you Idaho School Playground Equipment

Connor Academy students practice their balancing acts on Lily Pads placed on each end of the Curved Boardwalk and onto the Lily-Pad Step Ups too!

Idaho School Playground Equipment - Connor Academy in Pocatello Idaho

This play structure has two slides in brilliant red. A Twister Slide and a Spiral Slide allow ample slip-sliding action.

LuckyDog Recreation brings you the Playcraft Revolution, Idaho School Playground equipment

At the playground debut, we set up a professional photo shoot. The students had lots of fun, even the fog didn’t dampen their playtime fun. I can still hear their peals of laughter. We were delighted to see one of the school playground photo shoot pictures featured in the 2016 Playcraft catalog.

Idaho School Playground in Pocatello

When you are in the Pocatello, Idaho area, stop by to visit this FUN playground; Connor Academy is located at 1295 Alpine Avenue, Chubbuck, ID 83201.

From design to installation, LuckyDog Recreation is your one-stop shop in all things fun; give us a call and our in-house designer, Lynette Turner, will assist you in designing the perfect Playcraft Systems™ play structure today.

In pursuit of play,

Nicole Stoddard, Idaho School Playground Sales and Service Representative

Utah Playground Equipment For Charter School In Herriman

Athlos Academy Utah Teaches ABC’s and 1, 2, 3’s with new Utah playground equipment from LuckyDog Recreation.

A is for Athlos Academy’s new Utah campus at 12309 S Mustang Trail Way in Herriman.

B is for their newly installed:

  • Bike Racks
  • Basketball Standards
  • Benches
  • Baseball Bases

C stands for the Cool Playcraft Systems™ playground and the Cushiony Sof’Fall Surfacing underneath.

LuckyDog is honored to have been chosen by Vector Constructors as the supply and installation team that brought it all together.

Athlos Academy of Utah

Athlos Academies embrace the idea that play is serious learning:

“Athlos Academy of Utah uses athletics as a tool – not just to create good habits, improve skills, and promote healthy bodies – but as a vehicle for teaching Performance Character… And as any Athlos student knows, combining learning and athletics is a great way to learn.”  Athlos Academy 

LuckyDog Utah Playground Equipment Brands

The Althos project was a fun job, especially when so many of the LuckyDog brands were represented at one project. Our vendors, just like the leaders at Athlos Academy of Utah, know what FUN is all about:

Utah Playground Site Furnishings BRP BRP by Bison offers lifetime warranty on site furnishings offering creative designs and attention to quality and durability.  At the Athlos Academy Utah location BRP by Bison products are:

  • 1 Pair of moveable Soccer Goals
  • 1 Set of Quick Release Baseball Bases and Home Plate
  • 2 Gooseneck style Basketball poles
  • 2 Tetherballs
  • 4 Player Benches
  • 6 Fan-style Basketball Backboards
  • 6 “Flip Up” Bike Racks

Sof'Fall Engineered Wood Surfacing by LuckyDog Recreation Athlos Academy knew that safety surfacing, such as wood fiber, for their outdoor playgrounds would be paramount in protecting their students’ tender knees and elbows.

LuckyDog requires the highest rating for protective surfacing and turned to Sof’Fall® for 220 yards of their top-quality EWF (Engineered Wood Fiber).

Colorful Playgrounds

Playcraft Systems by LuckyDog RecreationAthlos Academy required quality commercial playground equipment and chose TWO fantastic play structures for the Utah campus:

This Playcraft Revolution™ play structure is perfect for ages 2 to 5 and the design provides lots of exercise beginning with the Chinning Bar, a Straight Slide, 2 Climbers, Play Panel, and finishing up with a bright yellow Double Wave Slide. The Kindergarten play structure in vivid primary colors of red, blue, and yellow entice free-play time for the youngest students.

Utah Playground Equipment at Athlos Academy Utah by LuckyDog Recreation

Everyone knows a playground is not complete without plenty of swings so Athlos Academy chose a three-bay swing which accommodates six swing seats.

Utah Playground Equipment - Swing Sets - LuckyDog Recreation

Althos and The Playcraft Revolution™ System Count the Ways

The second slightly larger Playcraft Revolution™ play structure designed for ages 5 to 12 really adds up:

1 Red Crawl Tube leads to multiples of FUN

2 Perfect Play Panels –

  • Maze Panel
  • Driver Panel

3 Brilliant Blue Climbers –

  • Vertical Ladder Deep
  • Rung Arch Climber Spiral Climber

4 Vibrant Red Slides –

  • Quarter Turn Slide
  • Wave Slide
  • Tube Slide
  • Open Spiral Slide

Utah Playground Equipment brought to you by LuckyDog Recreation

Athlos Academy in Herriman Utah - Utah Playground Equipment by LuckyDog Recreation

LuckyDog was privileged to work with Athlos Academy Utah and the new Charter School Director Esther Thompson. We hope all the students attending this new campus enjoy their playgrounds and surfacing, outdoor recreation equipment, and other site furnishings for years to come.

Call today! Let us create FUN for your upcoming project no matter how big or small. From site furnishings to playground equipment, LuckyDog supplies and installs it all.

In Pursuit of Play!

Nicole Stoddard – Utah Playground Equipment

Playcraft Thunder Domes™ Strike Idaho Playgrounds

Breaking News: LuckyDog Recreation just completed the installation of two budget-friendly Playcraft Systems Thunder Domes™. You can see the new Idaho Elementary School playground equipment in action at Donnelly Elementary, Donnelly Idaho, and Jefferson Elementary, Rigby Idaho.

Playcraft’s Thunder Dome™ boasts a variety of unique climbing experiences and striking color combinations abound.

Idaho Elementary School Playground Equipment - LuckyDog Recreation

Idaho School Playground Equipment - LuckyDog Recreation

The center holds a floating platform and the kiddos can climb the attached nets to the top of the dome and onto the colorful roto-molded inserts.

This structure is designed for children ages 5 to 12 years old and requires less than 23 feet of use zone. The entire structure is only 125” in diameter with a height of 63”, yet it really packs a lot of play!

These wonderful and budget-friendly freestanding play structures are a perfect addition to any playground and have fit in superbly at two Idaho elementary schools with installation completed by LuckyDog.

Idaho Elementary School Playground Equipment

Donnelly Elementary located at 327 E Roseberry Road, Donnelly ID, 83615 now has a good-looking purple and red Thunder Dome.

Idaho School Playground Equipment - LuckyDog Recreation

A big thank you goes to McCall-Donnelly School District’s Maintenance Director Jason Clay and Donnelly Elementary Principal Jake Olson for contacting LuckyDog for the supply and installation of their Playcraft Thunder Dome™.

In Southeast Idaho, check out the new Thunder Dome at the Jefferson Elementary School at 306 North 3700 East, Rigby, ID 83442.

Idaho Elementary School Playground Equipment

Principal Dave Meyer recently told us, “The Thunder Dome is working great; kids are always found playing on the new toy.”

  • Playcraft Systems™Supplied
  • LuckyDog Installed
  • Principal Approved
  • Kid Tested Favorite

Exactly how we like things to go here at LuckyDog!

Do you want your own amazing freestanding Playcraft Thunder Dome™ play structure?

Give us a call today for your own Playcraft Systems catalog and we can give you a quick quote for supply and installation of your color customized Thunder Dome today.

In Pursuit of Play!

Nicole Stoddard – Idaho Elementary School Playground Equipment

LuckyDog Recreation

 

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