Competition in the children's recreation and entertainment industry consists of a highly diverse group of children's activities, including clubs, parks, cinemas, sports and other recreation centers, game parlors, the zoo, and related activities. All of these activities provide for enjoyment by both the parents and the children. The indoor playground industry is relatively new in this group.
The concept of Indoor Playground has developed to such an extent that it has become an extraordinary combination of recreational and educational programs that help children 6 months through 15 years of age engage with both fine and gross motor activities. The children of all cities need an indoor playground - Whether it is too hot, too cold, or too rainy, or whether it simply serves to replace the dangerous outdoor playgrounds or the very expensive, strict and time-limited schedule of weekly classes.
The children's indoor playground industry offers a vast marketplace where the potential has now become even greater because of school budget cuts, decreasing opportunities for safe play in parks and neighborhoods, and the ever changing weather, that leaves millions of our children inactive and below minimum standards of strength, flexibility and endurance. The need for more children's indoor playgrounds is apparent, and the field offers an abundance of opportunities to those who love children.