Dear Children! Dear Reader!

“We greet you, hand in hand (or in my case paw)”… and watch with interest whether you want to make friends with PUMI dog – that’s me – as well as the Somogyi deer, my buddy, or the baby colt and our other nice playmates. We also wonder whether you will dream up all sorts of magic at our playgrounds, and imagine dragons, sheep, wizards and mammoths… anything and everything that you can have fun playing with.

You are just now seeing the playground equipment and their pictures. These beautiful wooden playthings were designed and made by the folks living in Barcs for your enjoyment.

The wood for these forts, swings, horses and everything else comes from trees that live here with you. You know these trees, since they often wave to you with their arms made of branches and their leafy hands.

Oak and acacia wood are strong and tough, so you can play on it for a long time. Go ahead and climb on them, jump on them and race off into a world of fun, since they are safe and healthy to play with. This is because we have made sure that they haven’t soaked up any bad tasting poison – or any good tasting poison either!

Everything here is for you to play with and have fun, and we are here to

“fulfill…. your wishes and demands”, SO CHOOSE…! 


PUMI MANIA - like because... 

  • only Hungarian materials are used in PUMI products
  • they have been individually designed by architects, artists, and technicians
  • they are manufactured in Hungary, by skilled craftsmen
  • the products’ highlights include decorative motifs of familiar European and Hungarian folk tales and legends
  • products are made with durable materials and have a weatherproof finish; designed for very heavy duty to withstand wear and tear
  • product dimensions amply allow their erection in public areas and are meant for community use of the products
  • the products have been designed with children in mind; they are safe to use and as organic-grade merchandise they are free from chemicals.


PUMI - where does the name come from?

The Pumi is an indigenous Hungarian dog breed that emerged during the 17th and 18th centuries as a cross between the Puli and terrier-like herding dog. The Pumi is a vitality bomb spurting on four swift legs, its energy virtually everlasting. The breed is most attentive and always barking or yelping loudly if it has an opinion to be voiced. The Pumi is quick to learn, is very lithe, and ideal for any of the dog-based sports. It just loves to be the center of attention, to play games; families leading a life full of activities and surprising events should prefer the Pumi. (From: Wikipaedia)