It’s summertime and you know what that means—it’s time to get outside! Many people gather at parks during the beautiful summer weather to enjoy time with friends and family. If you’re lucky, you’ll have a space like Moseley Park in Desoto, Texas to spend those gorgeous summer days! 

Residents gather at this 18-acre community park to enjoy a game (or three) of softball, shoot some hoops on the basketball court, get a little sandy playing volleyball, watch the kids play on the two playgrounds, and enjoy a family picnic. 

And soon, they’ll be able to climb to new heights! 

That’s because RicoRock Construction Management* is building a 15-foot-high climbing wall with all-natural handholds at Moseley Park. Created in partnership with Sunbelt Pools, a Texan company that designs and builds state-of-the-art aquatic centers and parks, this climbing wall consists of RicoRock’s new line of Climbing Wall Panels. 

This isn’t the first time RicoRock products are used for a climbing wall. 

Back in 2021, City Gate Group in Houston installed a custom curved rock-climbing wall in one of their parks. Unlike the Houston climbing wall though, the Moseley Park climbing wall’s handholds are built into the panels themselves, so that climbers of all levels can experience what true rock climbing feels like. It’ll look exactly like a real rock wall—and it’ll be just as sturdy. 

This climbing wall will be a fun new adventure for Desoto residents. Soon Moseley Park can boast yet another fun activity for visitors of all ages.

If you’re interested in installing a mini-climbing wall in your backyard, ask us about our 7 ft climber. It’s the perfect afternoon challenge. 

Feeling ready to climb the walls?

Contact us today to find out more about RicoRock’s climbing wall panels and large rock formations. We’ll help you pick the right RicoRock products for your project. Our team can also connect you with a contractor or dealer in your area who has the expertise and know-how to install RicoRock products. 

*Note: RicoRock Construction Management only works on large, custom projects—like climbing walls—for commercial and residential clients. 

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