Overseeing a park is a big responsibility and will require a lot of your time, resources, and effort. If you don’t think you can spend a lot of time and consistently work hard on maintaining your park, you might want to consider making some changes in your life. Running a park can’t just be a secondary hobby, it needs to be at the top of your priority list.
If you’re in charge of overseeing a park, no matter how big or small it is, you should always be looking for ways to improve your landscaping’s visual aesthetic and overall value.
Here are some potential landscape improvements to consider this summer that will significantly improve your park:
- Build a playground — The easiest way to improve a park is to build a fun-filled playground. As much as kids love running around in open areas, there is nothing like having fun at a playground. Plus, playgrounds are great for parents to actually sit down and relax while the kids have a blast. Keep in mind, it’s recommended that you should use at least a 12-inch layer of cedar playground chips for your playground.
- Improve the garbage services — No landscape improvement is more important than keeping your park extremely clean. You could have the nicest-looking park in the world from afar, but if there is litter everywhere, no one will want to spend time there. Make sure you’re staying on top of your park’s garage needs all year-round.
- Offer some athletic activities — If your park is large enough to have some open space for athletic improvements, while still maintaining some beautiful green areas, you should go for it. Though playgrounds are excellent for young children, having some tennis or basketball courts, baseball diamond, and some other athletic areas can be great for park goers of all ages.
If you want some professional assistance for certain large-scale landscape improvements, give Barkdusters a call today.