WE LOVE BUILDING THINGS. NOT JUST ANYTHING, BUT WE LOVE BUILDING GREAT THINGS. OUR NATURAL PLAYGROUND BUILDS ARE ENGAGING, THEY DEVELOP CONFIDENCE. THEY CHALLENGE. THEY PROMOTE WELL BEING AND DISCOVERY. WITHIN ALL OF OUR PLAYGROUND BUILDS WE TIE IN NATURAL ELEMENTS LIKE HEMLOCKS, LOCUSTS, VINES, AND LAUREL TO INSTILL A FEELING OF NATURE. EACH ELEMENT IS CAREFULLY THOUGHT ABOUT TO ENSURE ALL SPACE IS MAXIMIZED WHILE KEEPING SAFETY A PRIORITY. ALL OF THE WOOD WE USE IS TREATED WITH TOTAL WOOD PRESERVATIVE TO ENSURE YOUR CREATION STAYS WITHIN YOUR COMMUNITY FOR A VERY LONG TIME.
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE
Each playground element is designed to engage participants in an adventurous attempt to accomplish each event. Natural elements and adventurous thought goes into every build. Kids and parents travel long distances to experience our builds. Why? Because they are different. The elements you see in these playgrounds make you think...how will I traverse or climb this? Unlocking the inner confidence and creativity needed to elevate greatness. Kids can’t get enough of the Beanstalk Adventure Playgrounds and will play for hours without getting bored.
Check out our new Outdoor Classroom playground
SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES
A healthy living curriculum workbook and training is available! School groups in particular really benefit from the experiential lessons that focus on healthy choices, diet and food groups, fitness, and connections to all traditional academic subjects, while actually on the playground!
“My students and teachers became extremely excited and invested in the project. They viewed it as a unique opportunity to blend academic opportunities with teamwork and physical activity. As the installation progressed, the anticipation grew around the many possibilities the project would afford our children. By the time the installation was complete, my teachers had a plan to integrate activities into their classroom which incorporated the Beanstalk Adventure Playground with classroom objectives which generated a new form of excitement around classroom projects.”
Wayne Miller, Superintendent, Lenoir City Schools