It is every child’s dream to have an adventure playground in their back garden, where they will be able to have fun and spend hours outside in the fresh air and sunshine. Whether you put together something using only old, miscellaneous objects that you find around the house or in the shed, or you build a treehouse or playground from scratch, either way, you’re bound to end up with something fun. You don’t have to have a lot of money to invest in expensive toys or park sets and treehouses to be able to create an adventure playground. Hours can be spent playing in the garden and it doesn’t just have to be children who get enjoyment from it, especially if the weather is nice and sunny. This not only gets you outside in the fresh air but the process of turning your garden into an adventure playground is bound to be a great exercise activity as well as a chance to bond with your family and friends. Turn it into a party by inviting over your kids’ friends and their parents to enjoy your adventure playground together. If you’re stuck for ideas on how to turn your garden into an adventure playground, look no further, as here are some simple ideas and tips for doing just that, whether on a budget or if you have the cash to spare.

On a Budget

If you want to keep your adventure playground simple and don’t have a lot of cash to spare, there are many cheap yet fun ideas for transforming your garden. If you have any old junk lying around such as boxes, spare pieces of wood or old tires, these are all perfect for putting together a simple yet fun adventure playground. Experts suggest that if you are going to spend money on anything, invest in simple wooden planks, as although to you they might seem boring, to a child wooden planks can turn into a slide or a bridge. Even doing a bit of gardening and planting some bushes or colorful flowers can add to the magic of a child’s imagination. If you want to keep your kids from doing too much climbing, incorporating water into the fun with something simple like a bucket will keep them busy, especially in warm weather. You can even phone around any local companies if they have spare materials such as piping, wood or bricks to create steppingstones and platforms on the ground. Another great idea is to buy some cheap fairy lights to string up, whether on a tree or on your fence, it not only will add a bit of magic but also allows the fun to keep going past sunset.

What makes an adventure playground so special is that it doesn’t require a lot of money to make it fun, a large part of the enjoyment is the opportunity for kids to use their imagination when playing. All it takes is a bit of DIY and imagination to create something impressive and it can even turn into a bonding activity with your family if you all join in on the effort. If you need some guidance on how to do DIY, or for some ideas and tips for working in your garden, turning it into an adventure playground and making the most out of your outdoor space, there are many companies and websites available, such as PursuingOutdoors to help you with this.

With Cash to Spare

If you have the time and money to invest in turning your garden into an adventure playground, there are a lot of opportunities and ideas on how to do something incredible that your children are bound to love and enjoy. Building a treehouse or hiring someone to put it together for you is always a good way to impress, as they provide a spot in the garden for a child to imagine themselves as a king or queen in a castle as well as providing a teenager or adult somewhere away from the house for some peace and quiet if required. Another good and popular option with kids is buying a swing set, something so simple can allow for so much fun as long as it is properly secured in the ground and has enough room around it, you could swing for hours without rest. Sandpits are classic and must-have for the adventure playground in your garden as well as water features such as a slip ‘n’ slide or a mini fountain to splash around in on a hot day. Perhaps more obvious but just as fun is an obstacle course. Whether this is made through a combination of different purchases or a pre-made set, you can turn it into a fun competition and challenge each other to complete it in the fastest time.

 

Although going out to an adventure playground can be a lot of fun, it doesn’t have to take a lot of money or effort to turn your own garden into one. Doing this not only reduces the necessity to travel but also provides hours of entertainment for you and your kids right outside your door. Whether you have a large budget or can only afford to use old junk and assorted objects that you already own, what makes an adventure playground special is the fun that kids get to have with their imagination and the bonding that it allows between family.

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