Designing a Utah elementary school playground that fits a school budget and still packs a lot of play into a small space takes some real planning. But with the help of Playcraft™ Systems we designed a fun, imaginative playground for the kids of Kings Peak Elementary in Roosevelt.
Under general contractor Westland Construction of Orem, Utah, the LuckyDog construction crew installed a stellar ALL-AMERICAN playground that includes 4 swings, 3 slides, a snake climber, and one Kings Peak “Boulder Stack Climber.”
An Elementary School Playground as American as Apple Pie
When Duchesne School District requested designs for new playground equipment, a decision on equipment color was easy: a red, white and blue “All-American” theme. A picture-perfect playground for America’s Independence Day every year!
This crisp colored PlayCraft™ structure holds a ton of activities that children ages 2 to 12 love to play on. Maybe the kids can find an apple pie at the “Store Panel,” keeping an eye out for fireworks as they look through the “Telescope,” and parade across the “Arch Bridge” – all while under the bright red arched canopies.
Roosevelt Utah Elementary School
Kings Peak Elementary is located in a Utah town named after a very famous United States president – Theodore Roosevelt. It also sits in the shadow of Utah’s highest peak: the beautiful and prominent Kings Peak.
Next time you are visiting Roosevelt, maybe heading towards a hike at Kings Peak, stop by and check out this classic red, white, and blue playground.
Kings Peak Elementary School
437 N 300 W
Roosevelt, UT 84066
Want a fun-filled Utah elementary school playground that fits your budget and playground site? Our in-house Utah Elementary School Playground Design Specialist, Lynette Turner, can help.
Nicole Stoddard – Exclusive Utah Rep for Playcraft™ Systems
P.S. Happy Independence Day