The main goal for all of these pictures is improve the public space. I gathered these pictures together with the hope that each would help bring the community together.
Keeping with the train theme, I thought it would have been appropriate to have a mock train set up for the kids to play on.
This is an example of seating for park goers, and a small free library box for people to enjoy. The library box is meant to encourage reading among the community.
The permanent hopscotch looked simple and inexpensive to make and I thought young children would enjoy it.
Every park needs something for children to climb on, and I thought we could use reclaimed wood to create it.
Seating is a necessity in parks, and this one has the extra perk since it doubles as a park table.
I had an idea to make this a community project. Similar to Home Depot’s kids workshop days, there could be a day where at the local library or other community center, children could make their own bird houses and it would be set up in the park as a functional art piece.
The giant connect-four and chess seems like a good way for both the parents and children to play with each other or others at the park.
Basketball court at the park is so that kids, teens, and adults can play basketball.
Quite frankly, I think every park needs a swing set, and this one looks easy to set up.
Lastly, the park needs places for people to sit and be able to watch over their kids.