Template:Map Features:playground

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Each item of play equipment is tagged as a node, way or area depending on its shape and size, using the playground key and one of the following values. Some other keys are available for special equipment.

Key Value Element Comment Photo

Stationary installations

playground structure node way area complex installation of connected playground devices comprising platforms, towers, bridges, to which further climbing/slide/swing devices can be attached to
playground slide node way area slide
playground climbingframe node area climbing frame, also known as jungle gym, also as rope spider
Climbing frame playground.jpg
playground climbingwall node way area children's version -- for all ages see sport=climbing.
Playground climbingwall.jpg
playground balancebeam node way Balance beam in playground shape, often close to the ground
Playground Balance beam.jpg
playground playhouse node area wendyhouse in some regions
playground sandpit node area sandbox in some regions
playground hopscotch node way area a hopscotch court
Hinkelbaan tegels.jpg
playground teenshelter node area teenshelter
Teen shelter near former coastguard lookout, Watchet - geograph.org.uk - 1714960.jpg
playground sledding node way area small playground hill only - see also sport=toboggan.
Prangli lapsed kelgutamas.jpg
playground youth_bench node way area beams to sit or lean on
Youth bench.jpg
playground map node way area map (often a colorful political map) painted on a paved surface to teach geography
Playground Map, Washington Elementary.jpg
playground bridge node way area moving surface affixed to a few nodal points
Playground rubber belt bridge.jpg

Playground wooden wobbly bridge.jpg

Motion devices

playground swing node way area A swing or swing-set. For baby-friendly swings, e.g. bucket swings, use baby=yes/no
playground basketswing node way area basketswing
playground basketrotator node a basket rotating around a pole (Basket Rotator, Basket Spinner).
Playground Basket-Rotator Berlin Germany.jpg
playground aerialrotator node aerialrotator
Hanging roundabout.jpg
playground seesaw node way area seesaw
playground springy node a seat on a helical spring (spring rider, spring rocker, springy horse, springy cow, ...)
Springy horse.jpg
playground trampoline node area trampoline
Playground trampoline.jpg
playground roundabout node area roundabout, also known as merry-go-round
Manually powered carousel on a playground in Saint-Petersburg.JPG
playground cushion node way area Bouncy Cushion (like a flat bouncy castle, without towers)
playground zipwire way area see also the "big brother" aerialway=zip_line.
Ropeway play.jpg

Activity devices

playground water node way area  Archimedes' screw, a water pump for making mud, and similar
Norden Archimedische Schraube.jpg
playground splash_pad node way area  Splash pad, a place for water play
playground horizontal_bar node way area also known as high bar.
playground activitypanel node way area Activity panel with various games (example).
Szwedy - plac zabaw - kółko i krzyżyk.jpg
playground exercise node way area Outdoor gym. See alternate suggestion on Proposed features/exercise point and on leisure=fitness_station.
Outdoor gym in Parque de Bateria, Torremolinos.JPG
playground user defined node way area There are further activity devices to be identified, such as learning installations, tic-tac-toe,... All commonly used values according to Taginfo

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