Signature Commercial Playground Projects 

View some of Play Illinois' signature commercial playground installlations throught the communities of Illinois! From park playgrounds to school playgrounds, Play Illinois helps you bring a new level of play to your community! Contact us to get started on your Illinois playground project! 


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Camera Park - Glendale Heights, Illinois

An engaging color scheme, loads of play value and opportunities for intergenerational engagement and fun are the highlights of Camera Park in Glendale Heights, IL. Located just west of Chicago, this beautiful greenspace boasts a combination of swinging, sliding, spinning, climbing and outdoor obstacle course fitness that engages children and adults from 2-5, 5-12 and 13+! Intermixed throughout the park are trees, pathways and grass so there is room to move and explore both in and out of the playspace. A water feature keeps kids cool on hot days and a large shelter offers room to rest, socialize and spend time together with family, friends and neighbors.



Lake Sara Peninsula Park - Summit Township, Illinois

Lake Sara provides a gorgeous backdrop for play with its sparkling water and endless opportunities for recreation. A fully ramped structure offers access and engagement for everyone and creates an environment of inclusion. The playspace at Lake Sara is designed to foster the best possible outcomes – everything from development, socialization and, of course, fun. Part of having fun is creating a space where all children can participate in a variety of play and at a level that challenges them comfortably. It means having spaces for active, physical play and spaces for children who might need to step away from the action for a moment have a safe space to do so. It also means having a comfortable, accessible space for parents and caregivers to rest, relax and socialize. This is the playspace at Lake Sara. This is Play That Moves You®.



Bartlett Park - Bartlett, Illinois

This space has it all - history, play value and an inclusive design that calls everyone to play! Built in the historic Bartlett Park and featuring Nucleus® Evolution® Towers, PlayEnsemble® Musical Instruments, Cruiser™, Konnection® Swing and more, this universally designed playscape offers a variety of play experiences that engage, enrich and excite children of all abilities.



Adler Park - Libertyville, Illinois

In the quaint town of Libertyville, Illinois amidst treelined streets sits Adler Park – a destination space for children of all ages and abilities. An adventurous Nucleus® Evolution® Tower provides climbing challenges, PlayEnsemble® brings music play outdoors and the Volito multi-user swing allows groups of children to play together. Transfer stations and paths help everyone get into the center of this beautiful neighborhood park and engage with their community.



Owen's Playground at Hillcrest Elementary - Downers Grove, IL


Through hard work and perseverance, dreams can become a reality. On the first day of first grade at Hillcrest Elementary, Margaret Chaidez watched her son Owen ride off in his wheelchair to play with friends on the playground. After the children went inside, Chaidez didn’t see Owen and found him stuck behind one of the structures. That day she promised him she would find a way to create a playspace he could fully utilize, one that was safe and fun for all children. Enter Owen’s Playground for Children of All Abilities. This universally designed play environment has double-wide ramps, a Cruiser™ Wheelchair Accessible Rocker, sensory panels, overhead events and more - all with safety surfacing that accommodates wheelchairs and other mobility devices. Although at a school, Owen’s Playground is open to the community and is the perfect place to bring everyone, of all abilities, together.

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Cherry Hill Elementary

Many of Cherry Hill school’s new student population used wheelchairs or walkers and were unable to comfortably use their existing playground equipment. Further, there wasn’t an inclusive playspace within the community that they could use. The team at Cherry Hill School, led by Principal Emily Schissler, saw this as the perfect opportunity to bring play to all children, enhance their learning and help to get them moving physically. The Cherry Hill school team understands the importance of play and the role it has in development of everything from physical to emotional to cognitive skills.

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