The Karnes Playground in Roanoke Park in Kansas City, Missouri, is providing the community with a new state-of-the-art playground. Kansas City Parks and Recreation’s senior landscape architect Erica Flad was quoted as saying: “With ropes everywhere, tall mounds covered in artificial turf and even a zipline, the nature themed playground takes Roanoke Park to a new level.” She went on to say, “It’s really unique. A lot of people love going there. It’s definitely new in Kansas City.” The centrepiece of the playground, a Pegasus, provides unlimited play opportunities for the whole family. Berliner products, like the Pegasus, are true multigenerational play structures. Because of its height, the Pegasus, while classified for ages 5 to 12, offers a large enough space inside the net for both children and adults. Climbing on this three-dimensional net encourages kids to think about where they want to go, creating their own path to get there by travelling up, down and over the terrain in a very safe manner. The rope structure enables kids to play without touching the ground until they cross the suspension bridge, shoot out of the custom-made stainless-steel tube slide, or simply climb back down the intertwined nets. Net structures offer hours of fun and adventure for children: climbing, rocking, handover- hand climbing, swinging up and down, horizontally, and vertically. All structures feature the innovative AstemTT tensioning system, which is standard across the entire Univers product line. This simplifies installation, as a spatial net can be tensioned evenly across the entire structure and is easy to maintain.