Parks are critical to a community’s spirit. Without public parks, there’d be little social interaction, with no play space for kids and no enjoyable outdoor resting space for adults. From splash parks to dog parks to playgrounds, these public green spaces are recreational areas that serve the needs of community members.

Building a park always starts with identifying the location. If you’ve got a park location in mind, or are looking at several potential locations, consider these fundamental factors:

  • Accessibility: Is the location wheelchair accessible, and can it be easily reached by public transport, car or bike? The easier it is to get to the park, the more use it will get. It’s important to build inclusive playgrounds to make everyone feel welcome.
  • Character: Is there a historic location or special area that could attract park-goers for more than just nature? Use your community’s unique characteristics and history to drive park traffic and strengthen community ties.
  • Safety: Is the area you’re considering located somewhere that’s considered safe, with a low crime rate?

Many of today’s new parks are developed on lands designated by planning committees. The space could either be unused, and open for development, or it could be an area that is already associated with public property such as school grounds. Likewise, it could even be private property turned public by estate grants or service organization purchases.

Regardless, all parks must have public access if they’re going to serve the community’s highest and best needs.

Contact us today at +2347052446249 to request more information on playground equipment for your next park or visit our store at to see more products that we make available for the people.