Hey, South Jersey, are we ready for a playground for the old people?

Face it. We're all getting older. A big part of our society is aging. That's why you're seeing more and more older communities popping up, and why more and more services are being geared to the 65+ crowd.

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So, how about a playground for that older population?

Can't you see your grandfather sliding down the Big Slide face-first?

Ok, I'm exaggerating just a little bit here. The thing is, though, playgrounds for senior citizens is apparently becoming a thing.

Here's a look at one playground in Spain:

Check out this video about another build in Toronto:

Who wouldn't want to hang out on the practice stairs?

As they mentioned in the videos, there are some good, solid reasons for a park like this, such as exercising and socializing.

So, what do you think? Want one in your community?

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