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noun British.

a children's playground, often in a somewhat desolate urban area, that utilizes derelict industrial or commercial items or products for equipment, as used tires for swings and wooden crates for tunnels.

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Origin of adventure playground

First recorded in 1965–70
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adventure playground

noun

British a playground for children that contains building materials, discarded industrial parts, etc, used by the children to build with, hide in, climb on, etc
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