Freestanding elements are sometimes overlooked in favor of the larger items, like structures. But freestanding pieces of equipment can be just as fun as a structure. Not only do they fit into spaces that are smaller, but they can bring the fun to ground level for younger kids. The Bones Bridge is just one example of the freestanding elements that can add to the fun of the playground. Children ages 2 to 12 years can enjoy running across the brightly colored bridge. Imaginative play is jump started as kids can pretend to cross anything from canyons to oceans on the bridge! Even though the Bones Bridge is low to the ground, it is still important to have proper safety surfacing. Accidents can happen and having the right surfacing can help to prevent injury. Loose fill surfacing like rubber mulch or using poured in place rubber surfacing are the best options. Check out these options online or call in to our customer service representatives for more information.