Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve Playground Equipment

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve is a place where people of all ages can enjoy the outdoors and discover the natural world surrounding them. With twelve miles of trails, historical sites and educational programs, Adams Homestead offers endless opportunities for its visitors and the surrounding community.

The Foundation previously facilitated donation of 1,500 acres of land along the Missouri River. The land was donated to interpret life during the homestead years and to provide wildlife habitat. The area features twelve miles of biking and walking trails, wildlife habitat areas, renovated historic buildings, a visitor/interpretive center and environmental education annex.

The playground structure will represents the cottonwood forest and its diverse ecosystem that makes Adams Homestead unique. The Cottonwood Playground Project has a budget of $250,000.

This project is an important educational and outdoor recreation area addition that will be added to the Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve. All ages will benefit from this project. This playground will bring children outside and allow them to experience the natural, unique wonders that Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve has to offer.


For information, please contact Wayne Winter at 605.773.4503 or via email.