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Snider Recreation

Snider Recreation is a local, family-owned and operated business and we have been providing top quality commercial playground equipment, outdoor fitness and recreation products to the school, early education and parks and recreation industries since the 1980’s. Our business has been setting the standard for excellence in our field for many years. We strive for MORE PLAY in all our projects and are blessed to be in a profession that allows us to promote fun for all.

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From Cleveland to Cincinnati, Toledo to Huntington and everything in between, all the regions of Ohio love to play! Bringing the highest level of play, playgrounds, recreation and outdoor fitness equipment to all of Ohio is our passion, mission and business. We partner with Snider Recreation as our local Representative to help parks and recreation departments, schools, daycares, churches and homeowners associations (HOAs) engage their communities through time spend outdoors moving, playing and exercising. Play is essential to health, well-being and helps bring communities together outdoors and keeps everyone moving! We invite Ohio to Join Our Movement and see how play can move you!


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    Combat “Boredom” Outside

    Combat “Boredom” Outside

    How fitting is it that National Anti-Boredom Month is the same month as Parks & Recreation Month!? We think it’s on point! Parks and recreation spaces are the perfect way to combat boredom while spending time outdoors moving, socializing and playing! Our top five ideas of fun things to do outdoors will help get kids, families and communities having fun together. Who has time to be bored anyway? Take a picture outing! Not only will this flex your creative muscle, but it encourages movement and helps us really see what’s around us. Use phones or disposable cameras for a fun time for all ages and abilities. Exercise! There are so many ways to exercise outdoors. Run, bike, hike or use a local outdoor fitness space to get your daily exercise. ELEVATE® Fitness Course is a great way to involve people of all ages and fitness levels in a workout. With three different levels of challenge, people from fitness beginner to fitness mature can get their move on. Get on or in the water! When it’s hot outside, the water can feel so ...

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    Mental Health and Movement

    Mental Health and Movement

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month and to mark this important month, we want to talk about mental health and how exercising – and exercising with a community – can positively impact well-being. There isn’t one answer or one way for everyone but study after study shows that regular movement and exercise helps us feel better both physically and mentally. This doesn’t mean we have to run marathons (although you can!), it just means that if we replaced 15 minutes of sitting with 15 minutes of running (high intensity activity) or an hour of walking (low intensity activity), we could reduce our odds of becoming depressed by 26%. This is all according to a study done by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. And the good news is “exercise” can be something fun like doing an obstacle course, playing with our children at a park or playground or walking or running on a trail. One might ask why exercise is one way to prevent and treat depression. Exercise promotes changes in the brain that include neural growth and ...

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    Designing Spaces for Communities – The Importance of Landscape Architects

    Designing Spaces for Communities – The Importance of Landscape Architects

    April is World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM) – a month-long international celebration of landscape architecture! Designed public and private spaces impact people and communities every day and provide places to connect, develop, play, reflect, learn, gather and grow. This year’s theme is “Growing Together,” a fitting way to describe how people grow together as communities, as individuals and with nature while engaging in and with these outdoor places. Think about the last time you were outside – did you go to a park? Use a trail? Visit an outdoor garden, walk through a pedestrian plaza or eat lunch in a picnic area? How did it make you feel? All of these places – and more – are outdoor areas meant to connect communities to each other and each of us to ourselves. We need more of these important areas so everyone of all ages, backgrounds, colors and abilities can come together and reap the benefits of time spent outside. In an effort to bring attention to these incredible places, we’re excited to highlight one of our favorite projects for this year’s ...

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