Ideas on how to make your own "almost-free" outdoor playground. Somehow, I think my kids would be more inclined to play with a rubber tire than with the ugly plastic thing that they have in the backyard right now.

Ideas on how to make your own "almost-free" outdoor playground. Somehow, I think my kids would be more inclined to play with a rubber tire than with the ugly plastic thing that they have in the backyard right now.

This pin is about how to make the tunnel.  I'm pinning it because I LOVE the idea of burying the blue barrels as steps!

This pin is about how to make the tunnel. I'm pinning it because I LOVE the idea of burying the blue barrels as steps!

A straight shot to adventure, our rope-net tunnel is a safe yet exciting way for kids to climb—horizontally. It’s a great new way for kids to challenge arms and legs to keep moving; or they can lie back, swing, and dream.

A straight shot to adventure, our rope-net tunnel is a safe yet exciting way for kids to climb—horizontally. It’s a great new way for kids to challenge arms and legs to keep moving; or they can lie back, swing, and dream.

Via Kids are always thinking about having their own space where they can play, create and enjoy their little universe. This element is really important to develop their independence and imagination as it’s a place where there are no limits. Having their own little kingdom is a need you can fulfil with a simple teepee […]

Via Kids are always thinking about having their own space where they can play, create and enjoy their little universe. This element is really important to develop their independence and imagination as it’s a place where there are no limits. Having their own little kingdom is a need you can fulfil with a simple teepee […]

Do your kids love getting dirty? Let them turn your backyard into a Mars mission off-road adventure by burying lengths of PVC pipe in dirt for tunnels. http://www.parents.com/fun/activities/outdoor/make-your-backyard-more-fun/?socsrc=pmmpin130411ffBackyardPVC#page=3

Do your kids love getting dirty? Let them turn your backyard into a Mars mission off-road adventure by burying lengths of PVC pipe in dirt for tunnels. http://www.parents.com/fun/activities/outdoor/make-your-backyard-more-fun/?socsrc=pmmpin130411ffBackyardPVC#page=3

Maybe we should keep the dirt mounds in the back and integrate in. Hobbit house at Oregon's children's garden.

Maybe we should keep the dirt mounds in the back and integrate in. Hobbit house at Oregon's children's garden.

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