Drexel Pointe is a play structure which has a hexagon-shaped central area with three elevated bridges that transport children to even more fun activities. There are three different climbers which can be used to reach the central area. These include a Rock Hole Climber that lets them climb straight up its realistic rugged terrain, two Craggy Climber Sections that let kids climb sideways along a rock wall, and a 90 Degree Overhead Trapezoid Loop Ladder which puts their arm strength to the test. From there, there is a single Straight Slide, as well as bridges to other areas. These bridges provide charming decoration, ideal vantage points, and plenty of space for kids to run around. The Arch Bridge takes kids to a lower and more accessible area with a smaller 4-foot slide, as well as a Pod Climber and Pixel Climber. The pinnacle of Drexel Pointe is its gigantic 8-foot Spiral Slide, which kids will flock to from all over the play area.