From a more general point of view, consideration should be given to the use and prioritisation of “the presence of nature“, which provides shadows, colour, organic barriers, beauty and, at the same time, “maximises the hours and periods of enjoyment of the playground“, as well as representing an added value. On the other hand, the right lighting makes it possible to prolong the enjoyment of the facilities, including on darker winter evenings. Likewise, the variety of attractions must take into account both the age of the participants and their level of activity. Therefore, older children should find challenges that motivate and excite them, and younger children should find age-appropriate activities. Overall, the variety and layout should help users to play together and with their friends and their companions. In this way, the playground will not only contribute to the development of physical skills, but also social, cognitive, emotional and creative ones, and ultimately to user satisfaction.