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Fort Saratoga

Custom Play Fort for kids aged 5 to 12 at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort in Florida

Fort Saratoga is located in a Disney World resort in Florida.

In 2004, Walt Disney commissioned Barbara Butler, known for her creative play structures, to design a play space for Disney World's latest resort at the time, Saratoga Springs. The result was Fort Saratoga, a captivating wooden play structure for the 5 to 12 age range that sits in a central location surrounded by a white-picket fence.

As families explore Fort Saratoga, they’ll find an incredible array of play features that will keep them delighted for hours. Two towers connected by a bridge form the central shape of this custom play structure. The bottom floor of the towers are enclosed with walls with charming arched windows and doorways reminiscent of a castle play structure.

A rock climbing wall with professional grade hand-holds offers a challenging way up to the upper level while the gentle stairs offer an easier way up and an ADA-compliant transfer platform. Once on the second story, kids can run along the rigid bridge between towers, or opt for an exhilarating ride down the slide. Fort Saratoga actually has two slides of different heights so kids of varying ages can all find a slide with just the right amount of thrills for them.

There is whimsical decorative trim throughout this playhouse fort, giving the structure the feel of a gingerbread house. Charming cutouts of hearts and rectangles add to this aesthetic while a carved Mickey Mouse shape adorns the roof of one of the towers. Unlike most of the clients for our custom play structures, Walt Disney chose to add color to Fort Saratoga themselves, so we delivered and installed it in a ready-to-paint state and their team took it from there.

This structure meets ASTM F1487 Standards for Public Use Playground Equipment and the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act.

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