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Summit Street Park Gets Playcraft and Dynamo Playground Equipment

The setting of Summit Street Park is situated where the old high school used to be at the corner of 10th Street and Summit Street in beautiful Evanston, Wyoming. The playground sits nestled under the mature trees that have been carefully preserved to survive demolition and new construction.
Playcraft Playground Equipment at Summit Parks - Playground System and Climbing Rocks

The PlayCraft playground sytem and independent equipment; Large Boulder Stack, Stand-up Spinner, Spinner Bowl and Neutron Spinner are balanced by the Dynamo rock called the White-Horn Mountain. The structure features duo racing slides, the extremely popular Gyro-Spinner, Conifer Climber, and more.

From LuckyDog Construction Manager, CJ Stoddard:  “I liked the flow-motion on this job. From start to finish everything was perfect. The play equipment arrived on time.

Playcraft Playground at White Horn Mountain in Idaho - LuckyDog Recreation

The rock which came on a different carrier was on time too. Rarely do we have a missing part with PlayCraft Systems – so of course all the parts were there. The entire job was fluid. It’s a beautiful playground”.

From LuckyDog Service Manager, Nicole Stoddard: “It’s always rewarding to hear that the project finishes as well as it begins. The playground purchase is only half the job. Because we offer the great equipment and provide our own quality installation service, we can make and deliver on promises to our customers”.

The Summit Street Park Playground project was finished on schedule as promised and in time for an important Back-to-School night picnic.

Purchasing Agent and Facilities Director for Uinta County School District, Dan Selleroli said, “The crew was amazing. The minute they left the playground it was covered with kids”.

Summit Street 3D

Summit Street 3D

Summit Street 2D

Summit Street 2D


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Taylorsville, Utah Community Comes Together for Azure Meadows Park Update

It is amazing what a few people can do to bring a community together. Residents in Taylorsville and city officials got together to update Azure Meadows Park.

After a year of planning and lots of neighborhood volunteers the park opened on July 29th. Our very own Slyde the Playground Hound was there for the grand opening. He shared playground safety tips. The kids went wild for Slyde.

Slyde The Playground Hound

Over that two-day period, new playground equipment was installed and a wood chip base spread over the area. Previously, cement footings were poured, and eventually a large pavilion and walking trail will be constructed in the park. As resident Danny James said, it made him proud of both his neighbors and his city.

“I felt the efforts of the city to get this playground and park rebuilt and refurbished were wonderful,” he said. “They really stepped up and had so much involvement to get this done. The park had been vandalized many times over the years—the wood was chipped and splintered, slides had been removed. Now, the playground itself has brand new, safe, clean equipment, and the kids love it.”

Neighborhood Services Coordinator Rhetta McIff said the playground has some great new equipment, including a gyro spinner, swoop ladder, monkey bars, a club house and a pod spinner.

“It also has two huge slides, taller and longer than anything we’ve had before,” she said. The slides, which are 8 feet tall, are side-by-side and curved, allowing for “some great races between friends,” she said.

Read more @ The Taylorsville/Kearns Journal

We love participating in projects like this! We installed the playground equipment and the park shelter. Kudos to those the people of Taylorsville, Utah that made this park a reality.

CJ Stoddard – Utah Park Shelters and Utah Playground Equipment Specialist

New Play Equipment At Bud Bailey Apartments

Utah Playground Surfacing at Bud Baily Apartments - LuckyDog Recreation

LuckyDog Recreation, PlayCraft Playground equipment and FlexGround Playground Safety surfacing make a sweet combination of success on this project at Bud Bailey Apartments, Salt Lake City, Utah.

The project essentially started in Fall of 2012 when Nicole and CJ of LuckyDog Recreation met with Project Manager for Zwick Construction, Mike Wood to visualize what they wanted in this unusually shaped play area. Because the playground is going to be right next to a splash pad planned in the later phase of the project, pour-in-place (PIP) surfacing was the logical solution and preferable to having loose-fill material that would migrate from the play area into the splash pad area where it would clog drains and appear unsightly.

Utah Playground Surfacing - Pour in Place by LuckyDog Recreation

Utah Playground Surfacing brought to you by LuckyDog Recreation

After the surfacing decision was final, Zwick Construction presented several design options to the owner, Salt Lake City Housing Authority, for approval. It didn’t take long to come up with a small structure with two independent items, the Spin-Max-Go-Round and a 4-way Teeter-Totter. The hopscotch, which is made entirely of PIP was added later and really gives the area added play value.

The PIP is a mix of black and terra cotta. The color scheme for the playground is orange, green and tan to match the surrounding buildings. This playground is now open and in use by the children of Bud Bailey Apartments in Salt Lake City Utah. A successful finish, quality people to work with and fun for all.



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