We are proud to work with some amazing people across our beautiful state. Take a look at the inside stories behind some of our most recent work!

Three Rivers Park District- French Regional Park

The iconic French Regional Parks wooden play structure is being redone, and the new wood and net structure is going to be Epic!   Landscape Structures and Flagship Recreation are so excited to be a part of this unique and exciting play space!

You can view the new design and plans here.




Ely's Washington Elementary School Students Plan Playground

The weather is cold in Ely, but the children at Washington Elementary will warm your heart.  Listen to this great story about the children being a part of planning their new playground.  Just imagine the pride they will feel when it comes to fruition!

Flagship is honored to be a part of creating this special space!

Landscape Structures 2017 NEW Products revealed

Its hard to imagine playground fun getting even better, but wait until you see the newest products from Landscape Structures  just revealed for 2017!
There is everything from the new climbing GeoPlex to the next generation of playhouses (the Nook and the Loft) to the steepest and fastest slides on the market!

MPR News- Memorable Stories of 2016

Woodbury Park & Recreations inclusive playground, Madison’s Place, is featured as MPR News- Memorable Stories of 2016!
Its a great representation that play is not just play. An inclusive playground can offer a sense of independence to children of all abilities.
It can also bring children and families together!

Landscape Structures 2017 Playbook features 3 Flagship Recreation Projects

Global Playground Manufacturer, Landscape Structures, has published the 2017 Playbook! The Playbook showcases just a small sampling of the many amazing projects that feature Landscape Structures (LSI) playground equipment.
Flagship Recreation, as the Minnesota Landscape Structures Representative, has the honor to have 3 of our projects featured! Congratulations to Maple Grove’s Central Park, Woodbury’s Madison’s Place, and Minneapolis’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Park…check out the video to see more.

Big Woods at Lake Rebecca Playground

Our very own Big Woods at Lake Rebecca playground was recognized as one very special place to play in Minnesota.   Thank you to Three Rivers Park District for making this possible!



Community Build Comes Together In Shakopee

After an ambitious, summer-long fundraising effort, the new inclusive playground at Lions Park in Shakopee is near completion! On October 22nd, we joined the City of Shakopee, Shakopee Lions, and over 70 community volunteers to build the new space. With beautiful weather and amazing support, the majority of the equipment was assembled in just one day. Following the completion of construction, the city is looking to hold a grand opening in late Spring 2017. For more information on the build and the project, check out this great article from the Shakopee Valley News.

Minneapolis Public Schools Launches Talking Is Teaching Campaign

We were proud to stand with Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS), the City of Minneapolis, and the Minnesota Children’s Museum as MPS launched their comprehensive Talking Is Teaching campaign across the district. On October 27th, we attended the kickoff event with Landscape Structures and featured some of our Talking Is Teaching engagement panels and Rhapsody instruments.

Ronald McDonald House Community Build

On October 13th, we partnered with the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Upper Midwest, Country Financial, and Landscape Structures to build an amazing new playground at the house! It was a beautiful fall day that was punctuated by the fact that we were building play for some well deserving kids.

A few weeks prior, we celebrated the groundbreaking of the playground with the House and Chad Greenway of the Minnesota Vikings. Chad, his wife Jenni, and his Lead the Way Foundation donated over $75,000 towards the construction of the playground. To learn more about the donation and the foundation, read this article from ESPN.