The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN

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The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN

The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis had a vision for a Fantasy Tree House of Sports. They came to Snider Recreation for the structure’s framework.  Their magnificent Tree House has a solid Burke foundation. Snider Recreation worked with the Engineering and Design teams at BCI Burke to create…

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Ann Arbor Christian School, Ann Arbor – MI

Ann Arbor Christian School, Ann Arbor – MI Snider Recreation provided a fun playground for the Preschool at Ann Arbor Christian Schools. The play structure is designed for ages 2-5 and brings in equipment that will keep them on the move! This structure has a Rock’n Roll slide and a right turn Viper Slide, a…

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Inman Liberty Park – Warren Township, OH

Inman Liberty Park – Warren Township, OH Snider Recreation created an active play structure for Warren Townships Inman Liberty Park. The design focused in on spins and climbing! The structure has a Fierce Cyclone spinner, along with the freestanding Kidforce & Comet Spinners. Also on the structure is a tall Rock’n Roll Slide.  Before you…

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Westview North Apartments – Parma, OH

Westview North Apartments – Parma, OH Snider Recreation went to work for Westview North Apartments designing a playground for their apartment complex located in Parma, Ohio. This structure has FUN equipment and playful colors. The design brought some playground essentials, with a twist! Swings and slides are expected on a playground, added into this structure…

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Tyson Memorial Park – Versailles, IN

Tyson Memorial Park – Versailles, IN The Town of Versailles called Snider Recreation with their need for a new playground at Tyson Memorial Park. Snider Recreation’s local Indiana sales representative was quick to come up with some custom playground designs for their review.   Snider Recreation quickly took an open field and created 3,570 square feet…

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Rochester Community Schools – Rochester, MI

Rochester Community Schools – Rochester, MI Snider Recreation went to the design board again for Rochester Community Schools. This time it was for a new school playground for Hamlin Elementary. The design that Snider Recreation presented was one that would get the students on the move to having FUN! It also has them stepping out…

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Miami Meadows Park – Miami Twp, OH

Miami Meadows Park – Miami Twp, OH Miami Township wanted a playground at Miami Meadows Park that would be for everyone. Snider Recreation designed and installed a playground that brought in age appropriate structures and freestanding equipment.  Jeff Snider kept the goal in mind to make this a playground not just accessible but also inclusive! …

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Eastwood Elementary – Warrensville Hts, OH

Eastwood Elementary – Warrensville Hts, OH Eastwood Elementary School in Warrensville Heights came to Snider Recreation with a dream of a new playground structure that would be safe and fun for their students. Snider Recreation developed a custom playground configuration based on the requirements presented for the playground project. The custom design provides a safe…

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Southwest Solutions: Thrive by Five – Detroit, MI

Thrive by Five – Detroit, MI Snider Recreation was called in to work with the Early Childhood playground for Thrive by Five through Southwest Solutions at different locations throughout Detroit. They were designed to be age appropriate playgrounds for 2-5 year olds. The structure at ALL SAINTS was designed for agility. Preschoolers can crawl through a tunnel or…

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Habitat for Humanity, Fort Wayne – IN

Habitat for Humanity, Fort Wayne – IN Habitat for Humanity has expanded and built a new neighborhood at Fuller’s Landing in Fort Wayne, IN. Habitat realized that the children moving into their new homes would need a place to call their own. Habitat for Humanity called Snider Recreation to develop a commercial playground that would…

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