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Imagination Grove (a nature play area) at Sugar Grove Nature Center, McLean, IL, June 2011.

Let Kids Run Wild, Build Forts, and Pick Flowers. Nature Can Take It.

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DIY playhouse is a simple and inexpensive way to provide your children with a safe environment in which to play outdoor backyard. There are many different styles of playhouse plans.

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Tree Fort Ladder, Gate, Roof [Finale]

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We could do this! There's also a picture of a log "train"

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