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HomeyouthThe Maritime at Bel Ayr Elementary School

The Maritime at Bel Ayr Elementary School

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This is a large playground with an assortment of interesting features. The flooring is wood chips and the boarder is also made of wood. Amenities include a soccer field, large open spaces for activities or picnics, three person basketball as well as a normal basketball court. There are also benches and garbage cans.

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The main playground is of hexagonal shape with slides, monkey bars and climbing walls all branching off of it. There are stepping pods that lead to a climbing orb that challenges balance and agility.

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Close by is a reflex balance wave.

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There is a smaller more challenging play set on the other side of the school featuring a rock wall, a rope wall, and a Möbius strip. Again, this one has wood chips and border.

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