Children will shoot from one star to the next on the Constellation Station. The overall structure is made up of five individual balls of steel ropes encased in durable nylon. Each of these spheres is set equidistant from each other from a final central star. The set of three support points per post provide both sure footing as well as a variety of grip points. Kids will be able to shimmy from one climber to the next with only a moment spent regaining their balance at the steel posts at each edge. Parents can breathe freely as children learn to move effortlessly between the different parts of the design with its nearness to the ground and multiple foot and hand holds. Scale of structure is shown in the last image with the height of a figure of an average American next to the structure.
Choose from a variety of powder coat paint colors that both resist rust while adding a glossy finish to all metal components.