The Rio Vista play structure is part of the get physical play series, designed to get children physically active through play. Made up of a variety of different climbers, the Rio Vista play structure is meant to test and improve children’s upper body strength. A combination manhole rope climber with a pod climber and leaf climbing wall make up the center, from which other types of climbers spiral out. An overhead rope climber connects the combination manhole rope climber to an overhead inverted horizon climber, which attaches to another overhead inverted horizon climber. The second overhead inverted horizon climber attaches to a triple wing climber, and yet another overhead horizon climber is attached to this. The spiral of climbers ends with a saddle slide, and a vertical inverted horizon climber and vertical horizon climber jut out from the spiral. The Rio Vista play structure will work on building children’s upper body strength in a fun way. This structure is designed for children 5-12 years of age.