Landscape Structures’ Nature-Inspired Playgrounds and Sensory Playground Equipment Featured at 18th Annual EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

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Nature-inspired and sensory playground equipment from Landscape Structures Inc., a Delano, Minn.-based commercial playground equipment manufacturer, is being featured at the 18th Annual EPCOT® International Flower & Garden Festival in Orlando, Fla. The Festival began March 2 and runs through May 15, and showcases Disney character topiaries, colorful flowers, gardens, live music and special presentations.

Landscape Strucutres Nature Inspired Playgrounds

Play Naturally Tree House Themed Playground

Nature-inspired and sensory playground equipment from Landscape Structures Inc., a Delano, Minn.-based commercial playground equipment manufacturer, is being featured at the 18th Annual EPCOT® International Flower & Garden Festival in Orlando, Fla. The Festival began March 2 and runs through May 15, and showcases Disney character topiaries, colorful flowers, gardens, live music and special presentations.

As visitors make their way through the Festival, they will come to the Pixie Hollow Fairy Garden. At this garden, young explorers climb aboard the PlayShaper® Tree House by Landscape Structures. The nature-inspired playground connects kids to the outdoors and encourages them to play naturally. Additionally, the “Let’s Get Moving” garden features an Evos™ play system. Evos provides unique fitness challenges as well as challenges kids mentally as they climb, glide and explore the play system. This garden also features a Sensory Play Center™. This innovative sensory playground component will bring kids of all abilities together for play—truly making this an inclusive playground design.

For 10 years, Landscape Structures has partnered with EPCOT and its distinguished landscape architects to create magical play environments for children of all ages at the annual Festival. Learn more about Landscape Structures’ partnership with EPCOT and get more information on nature-inspired inclusive playground designs.

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