Kids' Choice

It's no fluke that Kids' Choice® is the most popular playsystem we've ever made.
Miracle’s Kid Choice® system is our high capacity heavy duty 5” post deck playsystem. Over seven deck styles to choose from including: octagon, hexagon, half-hexagon, heptagon, pentagon, rectangle, square, and triangle with heights ranging from 2’ to 10’.
Features & benefits: 
Compatible with Mega Tower®, Center Stage®, Tots' Choice® Expansion, and Nexus™ Playsystems.
Standard heavy duty 5" diameter galvanized steel or aluminum posts
Ability to configure for ages 2-5, 2-12, and 5-12
Miracles exclusive Gator Grip® surfaces ideal for all kids
Tamper-resistant stainless steel hardware.
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Creative Learning Center
Community Park
Meadowlawn Elementary
Northwood Elementary
Fell Park
International Academy of Flint
Arcadia Creek Festival Place
The Friendship Corner at Matter Park
Blair Township Park

Fell Park

The Fell Park play structure in Battle Creek, Michigan is a 5-12 structure that incorporates the Mega Tower and Kids' Choice lines from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company.

The Friendship Corner at Matter Park

The featured products are Miracle’s MegaTower, Kids’ Choice, assorted Freestanding Activities and TerraSoft pour-in-place rubber safety surfacing by Spectra Contract Flooring. The “Sons of the American Legion” was the impetus behind the public awareness campaign for an “all-inclusive playground.” They spent countless hours of fund-raising with guidance from Glen Robison. Belinda Hussong, Superintendent of Parks & Recreation, along with the Honorable Mayor Wayne Seybold, shared the vision for the City of Marion and joined the campaign to complete the funding and construction of “The Friendship Corner.”

Blair Township Park

The 2-5 Tot's Choice play structure was installed by volunteers with MOM supervision in 2006. The safety surface is poured-in-place by Sof' Surfaces. The 2006 project also included arch swings and stand-alone equipment. The 5-12 ramp accessible Kid's Choice structure was funded in part with an Able to Play grant from the Kellogg Foundation. This structure was installed by volunteers with MOM supervision in 2007. The safety surface is Sof' Surfaces rubber tiles installed by volunteers.

Emerson Park

2 Tot's Choice Expansion play systems and 1 Kid's Choice system are featured here at Emerson Park in Midland, Michigan.

Fournie Park

This project was funded by the Dow Chemical Company as part of their 2010 Habitat for Humanity project.

Martin G. Atkins Elementary

Kid's Choice and Tot's Choice structures originally installed at Schluckebier Elementary School in Bridgeport in 2004. They were moved to the Atkins School in 2008.

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