Ground Level Play Components Required to be on Accessible Routes Calculator

Calculate Ground Level Play Components Required to be on Accessible Routes

What number and types of ground level play components are required to be on an accessible route? Try out the calculator! And remember…
  • Examples of ground level play components may include spring rockers, swings, diggers, and stand-alone slides. When distinguishing between the different types of ground level play components, consider the general experience provided by the play component.
  • Where ground level play components are provided, at least one of each type shall be on an accessible route
  • If at least 50 percent of the elevated play components are connected by a ramp and at least 3 of the elevated play components connected by the ramp are different types of play components, the play area shall not be required to comply with 240.2.1.2 of the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
  • Where elevated play components are provided, at least 50 percent shall be on an accessible route
You can find more information about ground level play components in the 2010 ADA Standards Section 240.2.
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