Gympark early years outdoor play equipment is extremely well suited to play groups caring for children over the age of 2.
Toddler Quad Swinger
Original HUCK Mini Bird‘s Nest® Swing
“Junior” Children’s Playground Ship
Article number 4642-10
Witch‘s Slide & Net
Article number 4591-20
Sparrow‘s Bird Nest with Slide
Article number 4668-31
Gnome Tree with Climbing Nets
Article number 4594-20
Mini Bird’s Nest Tree
Article number 4652-30
Mini M-Swing Posts for HUCK Mini Bird‘s Nest® Swing – Powder Coated
Article number 4540-10-04
Toddler Swing Seat for M-Swing Posts
Article number 4693M
Witch‘s Look Out with Climbing Nets and Tyre Swing
Article number 4594-11
‘Fortuna’ Mini Pirate Tower
Article number 4687-35
“Fortuna” Bird‘s Nest Tower
Article number 4594-30
“Wobble Disk” Adventure Bridge
Article number 4959-60
Gympark early years outdoor play equipment is extremely well suited to playgroups caring for children over the age of 2. They can romp around on various adventure bridges and courses, giving free rein to their imagination. A multitude of climbing options encourages the kids to test and improve their own capabilities.
Within the Huck range of early years outdoor play equipment, you will find a mixture of swings, slides and towers. Each piece has been carefully designed by our expert team. We manufacture pieces using the same high-quality netting and rope we use across every product category.
One of our best-selling early years outdoor play equipment products is our Gympark Junior Play Ship. It features three different climbing areas to explore and a horizontal netting area made from steel core Hercules rope coated with soft polyester rope. The ship has minimal outer structure, just 5 poles made from steel that are installed into the ground. The overall size is 4m x 6.6m.
The Gnome Tree is another very popular piece. It features a number of different play elements all in one piece of play equipment. It has climbing ropes on one side and a rubber climbing wall on the other which both lead up to the first level. Beyond that, we have installed our Hercules rope as climbing netting which can be used to reach the top of the Gnome Tree. All of the ground anchors are buried to ensure there are no trip hazards.