The scene on Friday morning at Kit Carson Park was out of a childhood dream – A giant spider web of rope made for climbing, a real outdoor rock wall, a wood suspension bridge and other climbing structures made largely of locally milled Juniper, as well as a coveted saucer zip line ideal for gliding across the park.
The young – and young at heart – were encouraged to get their play on at the newly opened nature play area, as representatives from the city of Klamath Falls, Sky Lakes Medical Center, and Cascade Health Alliance were recognized for their contributions to the project that turned into a revamped park.
Full story by Herald and News reporter Holly Dillemuth
Photos by Herald and News photographer Brittany Hosea-Small
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