For kids who love to slide and play with their friends, there is no better play structure than Divinity Hill. The most exciting feature of this play structure is, of course, the trio of 5-foot slides that children can ride down after climbing up to the hill’s summit via the Sea Creature Climber or accessible Transfer Station. The Wave Slide in the middle follows a straight path but has a bumpy shape that slows kids down and adds to the fun. The Left and Right Turn Slides on either side of it are longer and have an optional colorful striped pattern. For children who want a slightly gentler ride, there is also a 3-foot Double Slide. The fun continues at the bottom of the slides, where kids will find a Store Panel that is a perfect setting for them to play out imaginary games and scenarios with friends. For even more creative outlets, there is a set of Bongos where they can practice making rhythms and a Ship’s Wheel that puts them at the helm of their own imaginary vessel.
The Divinity Hill play structure is so much fun that it’s almost sinful! Made up of two elevated platforms that connect by stairs, this play structure had a total of four slides and one climber for children to use, as well as plenty of on-ground play features that make the play structure ADA compliant. Children can take stairs or a sea creature climber up to the first elevated platform, which has a double slide attached to it. Up a set of stairs is another elevated platform that has a left turn slide, a wave slide, and a right turn slide attached to it. On the ground level of the Divinity Hill play structure is a ship’s wheel, a store panel, and bongos that all children will be able to play with. The highest elevated platform is also covered by a kid’s roof that provides shade for children playing on the play structure during sunny days. This play structure is designed for children between the ages of 2 and 12 years old.