Brothers John Paul, and Alexander Sprouffske of Rainier make their way up a rope ladder, one of many climbing options at the new Kids' Trek outdoor playground at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Behind them is a simulated 20-foot-tall trees trunk complete with sliding pole. Photo taken in Eatonville on Monday, March 28, 2016. The park attributes the new playground with boosting attendance in 2016.
Brothers John Paul, and Alexander Sprouffske of Rainier make their way up a rope ladder, one of many climbing options at the new Kids' Trek outdoor playground at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Behind them is a simulated 20-foot-tall trees trunk complete with sliding pole. Photo taken in Eatonville on Monday, March 28, 2016. The park attributes the new playground with boosting attendance in 2016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Brothers John Paul, and Alexander Sprouffske of Rainier make their way up a rope ladder, one of many climbing options at the new Kids' Trek outdoor playground at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Behind them is a simulated 20-foot-tall trees trunk complete with sliding pole. Photo taken in Eatonville on Monday, March 28, 2016. The park attributes the new playground with boosting attendance in 2016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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