outdoor play for kids is still limited because of the cold, wet, and often muddy conditions. But that shouldn’t stop kids from having fun and being active. Indoor playgrounds are a great alternative to playing outdoors, especially in poor weather. Kids benefit from staying active and socializing. Consider bringing your kids to an indoor playground in a bad weather so they can still have fun.
Basic information about indoor play center design:
1.Age Range: Think about what age group you are working with. Different age group have different skill sets and limitations.
2. Expected capacity: How many children (or adults) will your playground need to hold? We can help you consider ways to improve capacity or spread the children out to more play events.
3. Ancillary facilities required: Remember to think of things like party rooms, cafe area, vending area, rest area, etc.
4. Design preferences: the colors and the themed you like, etc.