A Truly A-Maze-ing Play Castle
Lots of thought has gone into the location of this wooden play castle. It has been constructed in the middle of a newly planted maze and will ultimately create a world hidden to all but the lucky ones who know the secret pathway through the maze.
A defined wood chip and bark base on the ground provides the home for a castle with waterproof lower section and lookout tower above. There is an open platform to the front of the lookout tower and another to the left hand side.
The door to the castle is on the left hand side of the castle underneath the long walkway, It is hinged on the left hand side and has a cross cut out in the upper section of the door. A rectangular non-opening window flanks each side of the door and two more windows to the front of the castle allow plenty of natural light into the castle.
The look out tower on top of the castle is accessed via a long staircase that leads firstly to a stepped bridge and then to a walkway that leads to the tower. The tower is access via an open octagonal topped doorway.
There is a scramble net attached to the walkway which might encourage invaders to attempt to gain entry but which may also prove essential if a speedy retreat from the castle is needed and other exit points are blocked.
The look out tower has 10 castle style slit windows to allow good all round visibility. There is another open octagonal topped doorway to the front of the tower which leads to the open platform in front of the tower, this platform has a climbing wall with knotted rope attached and a slide which again provide challenging access and exit points if required.
The wood chip base was provided and prepared by the customer.