To ensure parks are hitting the mark when it comes to inclusion (i.e. maximum participation), one must examine the motivating impulse driving people to participate. This article takes a closer look at how to unleash the fun factor in a community splash pad when choosing products, organizing space, and knowing the audience.
Waterplay Solutions Corp., an aquatic play equipment designer in Kelowna, B.C., recently recognized Québec-based Tessier Récréo-Parc with its 2017 Dealer of the Year Award for outstanding sales growth.
WhiteWater West, a Canadian manufacturer and installer of waterpark attractions in Richmond, B.C., helped bring a Las Vegas, Nev., residential park back to life by donating water play equipment for the construction of a new splash pad.
The lawyer of a Brampton, Ont., family whose one-year-old son burned his feet on ground-level metal access doors earlier this summer is now investigating the incident as the family is seeking legal action.