Anyone put in a BigToy? There are liability concerns, attractive nuisance and all that, but it would definitely add to a family-friendly park attitude.
I’m evaluating a park that had a good half acre set aside by a previous owner as a “green area”, for a playground. There are no hookups, and its a central location within the park - if I go this way, I’m thinking about playground, horseshoe pits, picnic tables, and BBQs.
Perhaps it could be developed for another 8 spots instead, but I think that the community area would be a better benefit by increasing desireability and keeping vacancies lower.
Support it, or change my mind.
PS, BTW: this is definitely NOT the first thing I’ll be doing, but it is a short term tactic in the overall strategy of increasing desireability of the park to potential residents. This park reminds me a lot of what I saw of Fred Balke’s park at the MOM a couple years ago . . . same general vacancy.