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The 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards for accessible design requires that all playgrounds be designed and constructed in such a manner that the equipment is readily accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities. We’ve been meeting the ADA requirements long before they existed, and have since created playground components that address physical disabilities in addition to autism, sensory disorders, vision impairments and much more!

The Sway Fun® Glider is the first wheelchair-accessible glider that meets all safety standards

Our OmniSpin® spinner provides upper-body support with its high back seats and encourages interactive play

With easy transfer points, the Roller Table™ delivers tactile stimulation to help kids develop their sensory receptors

Our interactive play panels, installed at the ground level of your playground create fun while helping children learn

The unparalleled PebbleFlex® playground safety surfacing allows easy access for individuals using mobility devices

  • Testimonials

    Best meeting all year, hands down – you inspired me to make our park meetings much better just by infusing enthusiasm!

    Look forward to working with you in the future – hopefully we will be making some really cool improvements here at Great Parks.

    Thanks, Carolyn P.

    Great Parks of Hamilton County
  • Upcoming Events

    1. Mparks 2020 Conference and Expo

      January 28 - January 30
    2. Michigan Downtown Development Spring Training

      March 12
    3. Michigan PTO Today Conference and Expo

      April 14
    4. Michigan School Board of Business Officials

      April 21 - April 23
    5. Michigan Township Association Conference and Expo

      April 27 - April 29