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Bingemans to open Excavation Station for June – powered by Diggerland

An exciting adventure is in the works for Bingemans, as it will open a new outdoor construction-themed amusement zone this upcoming June. Powered by Diggerland, the Excavation Station at FunworX is set to feature uniquely modified machines that adults and children of all ages will be able to ride and operate.

"These machines are the first of their kind in Ontario," says Mark Bingeman, President of Bingemans. "Children will be able to safely explore real construction equipment that has been adapted and custom tailored for their size."

Excavation Station will be equipped with three imaginative machines: Shape Challenge, Maze Challenge and Bowling Challenge. Attractions within Excavation Station are supplied by Diggerland, an organization providing construction-themed adventure parks to global visitors. All Diggerland equipment undergoes advanced engineering to ensure safe and accessible public use.

"We are excited to bring original and interactive attractions to FunworX," says Mark Bingeman,  "This new addition will be great for groups, birthday parties, team building, and personalized play."

For more information on park attractions or group enquiries, please visit funworX.ca or call 519-744-1555. Join the conversation on social media; follow Bingemans on Instagram and Twitter @Bingemans, Like it on Facebook and watch exclusive video on YouTube.

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