Play is not only important to have in our daily lives, but it is important to start implementing it into our environments such as communities, work places, cities, public parks, schools. We have teamed up with 501c3 organizations, cities, and many other organizations and businesses to show the importance of play through different methods. One of these methods is creating guerrilla style installations where we sneak out with know permission or permits and create moments of playful installations to spark activity in underutilized spaces. We wanted to see how much of an impact play had not only on people but the spaces in which people were playing. So we decided to pack our bags and travel to 9 different cities across the United States. We traveled from Tampa, FL to Los Angeles, CA in an old station wagon that became one of our installations in it self by allowing people to draw and paint all over the car. Along the way we activated spaces with interactive toys, giant beach balls, swings, interactive projections, and a lot of good conversations with amazing people. The impact we saw that play had not only on spaces, but breaking down social barriers was amazing and quickly helped us decide to continue on our path to create a more Playable world.