Orland, Calif. -- In the City of Orland, there is a custom-designed playground you won't want your kids to miss.
The City of Orland replaced and expanded the city's oldest park playground, Lely Park playground.
City officials had a ribbon cutting for the playground Thursday afternoon.
The playground is custom-designed for kids ages 2 to 12.
The playground features a three-story play structure with slides and monkey bars.
Kids lined up to try the zip line, a popular addition to the playground.
Recreation Commission Chairperson, Shannan Ovard, said he hopes this will even bring kids from neighboring communities.
"In this area here, there's going to be a basketball court, a community picnic area covered and a few other things too so this whole area is going to be quite a park by time we're finished for the City of Orland," said Ovard.
The playground cost $144,000 and was funded by park development impact fees.