Kielder Water & Forest Park

Large scale, imaginative park playground equipment
bespoke playground tower design

The Challenge

Kielder Water and Forest Park Development Trust is a registered charity. They’re working to develop the Park as an inspirational place for leisure, exploration and fun. That’s why their attention was drawn to develop their park playground equipment.

It was our pleasure to help Hilary Dagg. Together, we enhanced the provision of children-oriented amenities at Leaplish Waterside Park. Leaplish is the main lakeside visitor’s centre and needed a wow factor to keep visitors coming back.

The Playground

We were a key member in the Kielder Partnership. Their Arts and Architecture commissioning programme is very productive. They had already created many award winning Arts and Architectural Projects in the forest and around the lake. We were very keen to develop bespoke, imaginative ground breaking solutions custom made for them.

This was one of our largest scale projects. With attentive planning and professional project management, it all went smoothly. Our installation team have a great eye for detail and ensure the play provisions are safely and securely fitted. The bright, bespoke play towers look fantastic and really attract guests in. We also made fantastic use of an enclosed play area with an exciting park playground equipment and tower.

The team at Image Playgrounds worked hard on the project resulting in an exciting and entertaining area that stretches the users expectations and imaginations.

Kielder Water and Forest Park Team

Image Playgrounds offer playground design services
Free design and consultation

Interested in seeing what our designers can create for you?

Our team have years of experience planning and designing playgrounds. We can help you choose the equipment that best suits your requirements, budget and space.

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