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    0 Choosing the Right ADA-Compliant Picnic Table

    If you’re designing a public outdoor space or recreational area, this means you should be aware of the specific requirements for ADA compliance as it pertains to your park and picnic space. Many tables can be sold as “wheelchair accessible,” but this doesn’t necessarily mean they are also ADA compliant. In case of an audit, there are a few important distinctions to be aware of when choosing your outdoor picnic tables.

     

    0 Happy 100th Birthday to the National Park Service!

    Park Tables is celebrating the 100-year birthday of the National Park Service this August 25th! We are a proud member of the NRPA and have served many national, city, and state parks across the country. As a leading supplier of outdoor furniture to the parks and recreation industry, our mission is to provide excellent service to our local, state, and national parks. We have supplied outdoor site amenities such as picnic tables, benches, grills, and trash cans for parks of all sizes. We are proud...

    0 Thermoplastic Vs. Plastisol

    Thermoplastic and plastisol are two types of plastic coated steel outdoor furniture that creates the standard for commercial quality. Thermoplastic and plastisol site amenities include picnic tables, benches, and trash cans. Thermoplastic site amenities are popular as they are commercial quality built to last.

    Thermoplastic Coating

    Thermoplastic outdoor furniture is placed in a liquidized vat where the product is heated, dipped, and baked. The textured matte thermoplastic coating hides scratches and marks by pro...

    0 Outdoor Furniture and Amenities To Consider When Developing a Park

    Park Tables has many site amenities that are essential to opening a park. If you are in charge of ordering furniture for a park, you probably have guidelines on what you can order for the project. We have some suggestions for creating a park that will be successful and enjoyable for visitors.