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adventure playground

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadventure playgroundadˌventure ˈplayground noun [countable]  British EnglishDGO an area of ground for children to play on, with equipment and structures for climbing on
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adventure playgroundExtensive flower gardens, an adventure playground, and cafeteria, all help to make this a delightful place to visit.It's like an adventure playground but everything in it is padded with foam to provide a safe learning environment.Many a swimming pool fund has run into choppy water and adventure playground appeals turned into assault courses!Picnic/barbeque areas, play area, adventure playground.This first indoor adventure playground contract is worth £80,000.Children's Playground A large adventure playground is situated adjacent to the insect house, conveniently near the cafeteria and main picnic lawn.Indoor leisure pool, adventure playground, shop and launderette.More recently they have been a popular adventure playground for youngsters.
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