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An Innovative Play Trail
Case StudiesCase Study: An Innovative Play Trail

The Santa Ana River Trail links inland neighborhoods and businesses with the beach, and provides colorful places for families to play along the way.

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Case StudiesCase Study: City of Buffalo Rotary Club Adds Unique Lakefront Music Trail

The instruments, along the music trail in Buffalo, MN, are designed so they can be played by adults or children, with or without any musical training.

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Case StudiesCase Study: Maximizing Small Spaces and Addressing Accessibility

Marin Catholic School concentrated on making their small space compliant with ADA & utilizing it to accommodate a growing athlete population.

Harrisonburg Case Study
Case StudiesCase Study: An Inclusive Destination

The destination park incorporates a variety of elements to ensure that children of all abilities can play together.

A Park Above Rio Rancho
Case StudiesCase Study: A Symphony of Inclusive Sounds at the Playground

The symphony of sound that families can make at A Park Above is unique, and makes the "music park" area of the facility a favorite place to socialize and play.

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Case StudiesCase Study: Embracing the needs of residents and donors through conscious planning and land use

Pizzurro Park embraced the needs of the community while planning a new off-leash dog park.

Kades Playground Top View
Case StudiesCase Study: A Custom Inclusive Playground

​Kade's Playground is designed so children can play together. The surfacing promotes a volcano theme through theming, color, topography, texture, and nature.

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Case StudiesCase Study: Signal Centers Therapeutic Playground for the Arts

The nonprofit agency dreamed for years of an outdoor play space that would meet the diverse needs of their students & would fulfill their mission of inclusion.

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Case StudiesCase Study: A unique partnership for increasing the physical activity of dogs and their owners

Obedience and agility classes are beneficial for both dogs and dog owners by allowing them to be physically active while learning new skills.