Arlington Heights is a play structure with an impressive appearance that comes from its symmetrical design and its formidable array of slides. Its front side has seven slides, all aligned to form a wall of fun. This makes it great for crowded play areas, since kids will never have to wait in line to use any of these slides. But the biggest slide of them all is hidden away in the back of the structure. This 76-inch Spiral Slide forms the pinnacle of the structure. Of course, with this many slides there has to be ways to climb back up, which is why the structure has a Pixel Climber, two Spiral Climbers, and an easily accessible Transfer Station. Arlington Heights even has activity panels spread between all of the slides, including a pair of Store Panels beneath the Spiral slide which can be used as a small house.