No Fault Project Spotlight – Keysville Dog Park Playground, City of Deltona, Florida

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No Fault partnered with Miller Recreation to create a very striking playground for Keysville Dog Park in the City of Deltona, Florida.  Miller Recreation provided the colorful Miracle play equipment, and No Fault provided the vibrant, blue No Fault Safety Surface.

Joe Miller mentioned that our customer, Mark Manning, Assistant Director for Parks & Recreation in the City of Deltona, wanted a very colorful and inclusive play area that children of all abilities could enjoy.  Mark chose colors of red, blue, and light green for the play equipment and paired it with bright blue safety surfacing.  Ramps were installed for children who use mobility devices, and a 14 foot mega tower was installed for children to enjoy climbing.  No Fault’s blue poured-in-place rubber surface complements the playground’s color scheme.

The City is working on installing sidewalks and grass around this play area. Once that is completed, the playground will be open to the public.


Mark Manning stated, “We are very happy with the finished product.  The colors of the play equipment and surfacing are bright, vibrant, and inviting for the children to enjoy.   We plan to make this color scheme along with the poured-in-place rubber surface a “standard playground design” for all of our park playgrounds in Deltona so residents of all abilities can enjoy it.  Although the park is not open just yet, we went out and walked on the No Fault Safety Surface yesterday, and it is much more spongy and absorbent than any surface we’ve ever had!”


Need some help designing your new playground?  Would you like a rubber safety surface that will protect the children who use your playground from serious injuries?  Contact No Fault today to find out more about our No Fault Safety Surface.  Let us help you design the playground of your dreams!

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