Playgrounds can be dangerous, but not as dangerous as the playground coming up! So, let's explore the Top 10 Most Dangerous Kids’ Playgrounds.
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Be AMAZED AT THESE Extreme Kids’ Playgrounds You'd Be Too Scared To Play At! Trinity Play Park – Take a look at this legitimate photograph from the 1910s . Back before the two world wars it seemed children were a lot tougher than today. The Hand Built Waterslide
While you won’t find waterslides at most county parks, it’s hard to argue that they aren’t meant for children. Cementland – Saint Louis, MI – For years, an abandoned cement factory on the outskirts of Saint Louis served as the city’s dumping grounds. Barricaded Slide, Poland – Many of today’s slides are gentle slopes of brightly-colored plastic. CentriFury – Merry-go-rounds used to be a mainstay of American playgrounds. Grand Canyon Swing – Glenwood Caverns – Just looking over a canyon’s edge is enough to send some people into hysterics. Mieder’s Alpine Coaster – Modern roller coasters are the result of thousands of hours of tweaking, engineering, and rigorous testing.
Tyver, Russia – Let’s play word association. If I say, ‘scrap yard’, what immediately comes to mind? Bagjump Activity Center, Estonia – Stuntmen (and women) are pretty well-acquainted with the ‘whoomph’ of an air bag. The Grater Slide – Now for what looks like the craziest, and definitely most dangerous ride ever envisioned – but it comes with a smart and well thought out backstory – let me explain.