Start building your own imaginative water play area with this interactive water table. The central bubbler pushes water up to form a pool that overflows onto tables below. Water can be controlled from each corner, giving kids complete power over the water flow—where it goes, even how fast or slow it flows. This unique hexagon-shaped play area makes room for kids of all abilities to socialize and discover the many possibilities of cause and effect in cooperative water play.
The AquaGather Station promotes flowing, pooling, manipulative, and interactive tactile experiences.
Material OptionsStainless Steel
Dimensions3' 9" x 7' 0" (1,18 x 2,13 m)
Splash Zone12' 0" Dia. (3,22 m Dia.)
Standard Flow Rate10 GPM37.85 LPM
- Eye-hand Coordination
- Fine Motor
- Motor Planning
- Problem Solving
- Strategic Planning
- Imaginative Play
- Social Skill Development
* Aquatix products shown in video are not appropriate for every age group. Product configurations may vary.
Video features the Aquatix inclusive AquaGather Station by Landscape Structures.[video: scene fades into a full view of the AquaGather Station. Three hexagonal slanted interactive table stations are fed water from a fourth central elevated bubbler that overflows water down onto the three other stations. Scene switches to a full view of children as they play at the different interactive sensory stations of the AquaGather. The camera focuses on a boy and girl as they reach out to touch the falling water from the central bubbler and manipulating barriers on one of the lower stations. A boy reaches into one of the stations with a large clear bowl as he swishes the water around with his hand. Camera pulls back for a full view of the AquaGather Station as a boy and girl lean over to play in the large clear bowl station playing with the water. Scene switches to a group of girls as they all play with the water at one of the stations as it flows down a switch back guided path. Camera switches to a full view of the AquaGather Station swarming with children of all ages and abilities. A boy in his wheelchair pulls himself closer to the AquaGather Station as he reaches down underneath the clear bowl station to catch the falling water. The camera focuses on the young boy as he speaks to the camera.]
Boy: It is awesome.[video: the camera focuses on water as it flows of one of the play stations. Camera angle changes to a full elevated view as a young girl plays at the AquaGather Station. Scene switches to a view from across the splash pad as water sprays up from surrounding ground sprays while a woman in her wheelchair plays with two children at the AquaGather Station. The camera focuses in closer on some girls as they play at one of the stations turning nobs to control water flow. Camera switches to the large clear bowl station as water swirls around and around in slow motion. Scene fades to black.]