The Junior Tower is an elevated playground structure that packs a lot of play into a small footprint for younger children. The raised hut includes a double slide, accessible transfer bench, rung ladder access, cube stacked climber and climbing wall.
The variety of access, egress, and hangout spots on the Junior Tower enable children to play alone or in small groups. This structure is customizable with an optional potting bench or chalkboard, stainless steel or plastic slide, and the inclusion of a hidey-hole at the base of the hut.
As an optional feature for extra play, two nearby robinia logs support a triangular flexible rubber hammock perfect for hanging out, or for kinetic play.
The tall peaked roof of the Junior Tower is a clean and modern design that could fit into a range of playground themes and styles. The framing of the structure mimics tree branches; optional staining on the structure can emphasize the tree and forest theme.
The multiple circuit routes around and through the raised hut make this feature a powerhouse of play for young children. Kinetic play elements like the slide and optional hammock, are excellent features for activating body and spatial awareness. The variety of climbing routes develop motor skills and muscle strength for young children. The optional potting bench, hidey-hole or chalkboard foster imaginative, cooperative and social play; they also offer spaces for respite from the action around the playground.
The Junior Tower is constructed with an Alaskan yellow cedar frame and Accoya roofing, siding, and decking. The option to stain wood elements in different colours is available. The slide can be plastic or stainless steel, depending on the desired selection.
The raised hut is an accessible play feature that makes use of a transfer platform system for mobility device users to shift onto the structure.