What do you put around a playground?
- Pea Gravel.
- Rubber Mulch.
- Poured Rubber and Rubber Tiles.
- Natural Grass.
- Artificial Grass.
- Play Sand.
- Wood Chips and Mulch.
- Engineered Wood Fiber (EWF)
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Likewise, what do you put around a playset?
We recommend putting rubber mats, wood chips, rubber mulch, pea gravel or sand under swing sets. Here is a pro and cons list of each type to help you make your decision. Rubber mats such as these offered by Playguard Surfacing may be the right fall surface to place under your swing set.
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- Sand or Pea Gravel. Sand or pea gravel are still not perfect surfaces to keep your kids unharmed, but, at least, they are comparatively cheap, and they are natural, which might fit in well with your garden decor.
- Mulch or Chips.
- Shredded Rubber.
- Rubber Mats.
- Poured-in-Place Rubber.
Considering this, what is the best mulch for a playground?
The first option you have is to use rubber mulch, which is also referred to as tire crumb.
What is the best playground surface material?
Top 5 Playground Surface Materials
- 1.) Solid Rubber Surface. This is first on the list because it's not only the safest, but it requires the least amount of maintenance.
- 2.) Artificial Grass or Turf.
- 3.) Play Sand and Pea Gravel.
- 4.) Rubber Mulch (Nuggets or Shredded)
- 5.) Engineered Wood Fiber aka: EWF.