The most basic need in educational institutions is about space. In accordance with the stage of development of a child at the age of two to six years is a sensory motor stage. the concept of a play-based learning environment, outdoor learning space provides a broad arena for stimulation of AUD physical and psychological growth as stated in the SISDIKNAS. However, empirical facts in the field, in general, the learning environment developed is still focused on efforts to design an indoor space. The purpose of this study was written to determine the extent to which the design and implementation of outdoor learning space concepts in the Integrated PAUD Al-Furqan Jember Study Group can be implemented. In this study, the method used is descriptive qualitative. With 3 stages, including: pre-field stage, field work, data analysis. To obtain the required data or information, the data source is determined. While the techniques used are: observation, interviews, and documentation techniques. Then from the data obtained, the data is analyzed. The results of the data analysis were compiled in the form of a report using descriptive analysis techniques. Data reduction is closely related to the data analysis process. The findings show that the Integrated Learning Group (KB) Al-Furqan Jember, has implemented the outdoor learning space design in various learning activities, although conceptually it still needs to be further developed.