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Address: 206 West Main Street,
Cambridge,WI 53523

Country: US

Phone: 800-775-8937

Website: leerecreation.com

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Lee Recreation

BCI Burke’s highly trained Representative will ensure you the very best in playground expertise and personal service.

Your representative will help you in ways that go far beyond selecting the right playground for your needs. They will design and layout your recreational areas and outdoor environments with unique and exciting play equipment, surfacing, site furnishing and more. They have knowledgeable and experienced sales consultants to complete the designs and layouts ensuring they meet your needs and budget. They also provide on-site evaluations of your site prior to your design at no charge.

It is Burke’s Representative’s goal to serve their customers in a courteous, timely and professional manner. They truly are your one source solution for all recreational areas and outdoor playground needs.

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Address: 727 Northwest Way,
Fond du Lac,WI 54937

Country: US

Phone: 920-921-9220

Website: bciburke.com

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Burke

Our mission is to bring Play That Moves You® to communities around the world and connect people through play. As we advance the Play Movement, we are driven to continuously design inspiring products and play environments to bring a higher level of play to the communities we serve. We provide a variety of playground and park equipment, including climbers, slides, swings, site amenities, park furniture and sports equipment to Parks & Recreation, Municipalities, Schools, Daycare, Churches, Apartment Complexes, Childcare Centers and Children’s Museums. Join Our Movement!

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It's sweet home Wisconsin where the cheese is plentiful, the Packers are golden and people want to get outdoors and play! We know our home state loves play and it’s our mission, our passion and our business to bring all of Wisconsin the best in play, playgrounds, outdoor fitness and recreation equipment! After all, we've been part of the Fond du Lac, WI community since 1920 and can't imagine a better place to live and work. Our Wisconsin Representative partner, Lee Recreation, is committed to designing the best play environments for parks, recreation spaces, schools, day cares, apartment complexes, churches and homeowners associations (HOAs) and brings more than 25 years of experience in the industry! We hope Wisconsin will Join Our Movement and get all Wisconsinites moving together outside!


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    Play That Moves Bossier, LA

    Play That Moves Bossier, LA

    Sometimes a play environment moves us so much we just have to share it. Field of Dreams park in Bossier, LA is that environment – a thoughtfully-designed playspace that invites everyone to experience the joy of play. Field of Dreams is universally-designed and includes all of the guiding principles with play variety, inclusivity and a feeling of togetherness that permeates the entire environment. Choosing the design and equipment for Field of Dreams was a group effort and called on everyone from Planet Recess, our Burke LA Representative, to special educators to people with differing abilities and their family members to provide their experiences and help shape this environment into the largest, most inclusive playscape in Louisiana. A fully ramped structure and unitary surfacing brings everyone into the heart of play and creates equity where children of all abilities can have the same experiences in their own unique way. Slides, climbing, swinging and sensory play all help children develop and gain skills that transcend the playground. This is truly a place for everyone to dream big and reach their milestones ...

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    Play for Health!

    Play for Health!

    Play is one of the most amazing things ever. It’s not only enjoyable but also beneficial to people of all ages and abilities! One of the major benefits of play is the opportunity to be physically active while having fun. Movement is inherent in play and instead of being a chore, it is an exciting and social way to get the 60 minutes of exercise recommended for children ages 6-17 by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Since February is Heart Month, let’s start this chat about how spending time on a playground can make hearts healthier! Play and Exercise Improve Cardiovascular Health  Exercise strengthens your heart and helps it more efficiently pump blood throughout the body. Starting children with vigorous activity at a young age strengthens their hearts and lungs and can help reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease later in life. Healthy Habits for Life Physical activity in children helps them develop what the Aspen Institute calls Physical Literacy or “the ability, confidence and desire to be physically active for life.” This sets them up for healthy habits that ...

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    Outdoor Spaces for the Win

    Outdoor Spaces for the Win

    Spending time outdoors is important for both mental and physical health. People are more active when they are outside and children learn better. There is Vitamin D and it’s a sensory-rich environment. Active communities do better. This may seem like an obvious statement but hear us out. They do better in ways that are above and beyond obesity rates and high blood pressure scores, although those are better as well. Research shows that active communities have lower unemployment scores (2015-2019), higher property values and higher graduation rates. Recreation spaces are one way to help communities get and stay active. The importance of these spaces became abundantly clearer when most other places were closed and the outdoors became our gym, refuge and playspace. The benefits of creating more spaces outdoors are vast and range from child development and intergenerational engagement to better community health and bike and walking scores. We know children develop through play and that when they play, their development is child-directed and based in fun. Through play children learn social, emotional, cognitive and communication skills while developing physically ...

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