Park, Athletic Field, and Recreational Fencing

Frederick Fence is equipped to tackle all your recreational fencing needs. From baseball backstops and tennis court fencing to wooden guardrails, we’ve got you covered! We have the crews and capacity to handle any project from residential pools and playgrounds to community playgrounds, expansive parks and sports complexes.


 

Baseball fields

Chain link fencing is commonly used for baseball field boundaries. It is long lasting, sturdy, and low maintenance. And no baseball setup is complete without the backstop! Chain link is strong and light enough to create the tall backstop needed for your baseball field. Choose from plain galvanized material or a color such as black, green, or even white vinyl coated mesh. Height is completely customizable as well!

Playgrounds

Chain link is also a style commonly used for playgrounds. Aluminum is another popular option. We recommend choosing a heavier grade aluminum material if you wish to provide additional security and safety features. Frederick Fence has experience installing fences for playgrounds in all kinds of commercial and residential settings.

WOODEN Guardrails/boundaries

Wooden guardrails are popular in park settings. Styles such as 6×6 posts with one or two 1×6 boards across are useful for surrounding parking lots or providing barriers for discouraging parking in certain areas. We have also installed these “fences” for the purpose of safety around drainage areas and on retaining walls.  Split rail fences would also serve this purpose well. Choose from 2, 3, 4, or even 5 rail styles depending on your needs. 

Retaining walls

We have the perfect high-grade aluminum, steel, or chain link fencing for your retaining wall needs. Where safety is a priority, you can trust Frederick Fence to do the job right. Take a look at the many example below of retaining wall fences installed by our expert crews!

Pools

Pools are top priority in safety concerns. County codes require certain fence height, styles of fencing, and locking mechanisms for fences surrounding pools.  Our team knows the rules for our serves area and can make sure you have the right fence to keep everyone safe, including the county. 

Read more about pool fencing in one of our other blog posts!

Come on in, the Water’s Fine! But How’s the Fence?


 

If you are a homeowner looking for a fence for your playground or pool, give us a call! We will set you up with the sales representative in your area. If you are interested in a large-scale commercial project, we would love to get you connected with Mike Henline. He has the fence experience to walk you through the sales process for the perfect park, athletic field or other recreational fencing.