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AltaLaguna_Gallery Recess these days requires more than monkey bars, a slide, and Landscape Structures has a variety of 21-st century playground equipment. From inclusive sets that cater to kids in wheelchairs to playgrounds designed for small kids to those that blend in with the environment, there’s a lot to choose from. It’s all made to last and turn after-lunch physical activity into fun.

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I had a playground set growing up, but we hardly got it in because bees would nest inside! I think if you purchase one, someone needs to be playing in it all the time. I remember recess in elementary school. I would spend so much time on the monkey bars and swings. It was a blast! And there were hardly any bees to boot. You can get some cool sets at http://www.playland-inc.com

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