The Broussard playscape is an engaging and efficiently packed structure with a smaller footprint, making it superb for playground designers that are looking to optimize fun potential on smaller plots of land. Kids are prompted to clamber up onto the central hexagonal platform via a challenging trio of climbers or by way of an easy series of steps from an initial Transfer Station. The climbing paths include a Rock Climbing Wall that’s generously decorated with a series of easily graspable handholds, perfect for youngsters wanting to duplicate the exercises they might have seen their parents doing on specialized gym equipment. Energized youth shall jump with joy when they find an alternate point to clamber: a Manhole Climber’s series of wide horizontal steel rings. Upon reaching the upstairs floor, kiddos will be beside themselves in glee once they realize they’ll get to either zip down side by side on a Double Slide or swoop below one at a time on an open aired Spiral Slide.