Quayside Tugger Playground

This playground located on New Westminster’s waterfront has been fully renovated. The original river theme was updated and includes 3 small tug boats appearing to be hauling a loaded barge. the “barge” is constructed of LANDSAFE pour in place rubber surfacing in primary colours and includes climbing elements sich as handholds and horizontal stepping ledges.

Beaconsfield Park – Vancouver

Beaconsfield Park located on Slocan Street, recently received a much needed renovation as a part of the Vancouver Parks Board revitalization project. This playgorund surfacing features LANDSAFE rubber safety surfacing and rubber play mounds in 100% colour.

RayCam Community Centre – Vancouver

Working closely with the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Marathon Surfaces installed the playground at Raycam Community Centre. This project was a unique renovation of an existing playground which included LANDSAFE poured in place surfacing in vibrant colours, artificial turf, and a custom wooden play structure by Dirks Natural Playgrounds, built around a large... Learn More

Grant Park, Abbotsford

The City of Abbostsfords plan to make this park accessible to all included the addition of this inclusive playground. The pour in place rubber safety surfacing was installed using vibrant colours and interesting design features. These design elements include a birds eye view of boats floating on a river. To increase the play value and... Learn More

Sarah Beckett Memorial Park – Langford

Built to honour West Shore RCMP Constable Sarah Beckett, this Langford playground was designed in striking RCMP colours by Bob Lilly, Attentus Landscape Architecture. Mounds and jumping elements in a variety of sizes encourage movement in this lively space.

W.E. Kinvig Elementary – Surrey

W.E. Kinvig Elementary School located in an under privileged  community in Surrey, after 3 years of arduous fundraising, have a brand new inclusive play space for children of all abilities. Three local women made it their mission to give these children a fully accessible playground.  Marathon Surfaces along with the Tire Stewardship of BC, Swing... Learn More

Lions Park – Port Coquitlam

  New life has been given to Lions Park in Port Coquitlam. Previously enjoyed and loved by the community as a unique tire park, residents of the area were hoping that the tires would remain as a play element in the revitalized park. Van Der Zalm and Associates repurposed the tires in their unique design as planters, and... Learn More

King George Park – Richmond

King George Park in Richmond is enjoying a new playground thanks to the vision and fund raising efforts of a parent in the community as well as the generosity of the City of Richmond.  This park is unique in its design, as a rubber mounded platform was added beside the slide to offer wheelchair and caregiver accessibility. ... Learn More