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spected for compliance with child safety and devel-
be too muddy on most days of the year for children's
opment requirements presented in this manual. If it
play. Some poor microclimate conditions may be at-
is necessary to relocate, remove, or replace equip-
tenuated during play area design.
ment to meet child safety requirements, a design for
i. Existing Vegetation. The presence of existing
play area renovation will be necessary. The site
vegetation is an important selection criteria. Exist-
suitability should be reevaluated using the guid-
ing vegetation can increase the attractiveness, com-
ance presented in this chapter. The design process
fort, and play opportunities of a proposed site.
for both renovation and new construction is identi-
2-4. Existing Play Equipment Areas.
cal. Renovations may have more limitations and,
therefore, may require more detailed and careful
ment, the play areas and equipment should be in-