Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 395
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MadMike78 Great Option - Kids Love It!
Bought this for my son so he could play in the backyard with his friends, and they all absolutely love it. I purchased separate the toddler seat which attached without any issues and is very secure for the younger ones. The quality is excellent and I can tell this will last for many years even with exposure to sun, rain and snow.
Setup was fairly simple and took around 1 hour to fully assemble. Definitely recommend using a rachet as this made things go quicker when tightening all the bolts. The only part that caught me up was the red stabilizer bar above the slide part, because you attach it when building the slide but then remove and re-attach when adding the swing section... basically just make sure the red stabilizer is the last thing you attach.
As a warning, the product arrives in two HUGE boxes, so make sure you have help on hand when moving them to the desired location.
Overall, this is a great swing set for the price/type and will provide many years of enjoyment in the "Play Area" we built (see pic). Very happy with the purchase.
June 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grandparents Great swing set
Bought this swingset for our granddaughters. Very easy to assemble. Sturdy. Works well in a small backyard. We bought a trapeze and used it in place of one of the swings. Made it perfect!
September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Valentine This product has great features
My son-in-law had no problems assembling this swingset. Best of all though, my little Grandson absolutely loves it!
November 6, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tnmm Easy to set up, sturdy and looks good!
Pros: Good outdoor swing set for our young children - easy set up. Is stable and can be taken down and moved easily. Looks good, is sturdy and easy to clean. We replaced one "big" kids swing with a baby swing. Good quality if you want something that will last. Resale value also much better than wooden or metal sets. Cons: Slide is narrow and platform area is small (wish it was a bit bigger so two or three children could play without being crowded). I would recommend this for children under 6, unless your children are shorter/smaller in height than the average child at 6.
January 29, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jenalyn decent overall
There were a few areas that were difficult to assemble. The slide didn't go in very easily as well as part of the pole portion. We also wish there was at least another foot added on the swing portion because it needs just a little more room so child doesn't go into the side. It is a bit boring overall. Swings and slide. We will be adding a sand pit inside the house portion so maybe just a couple more bells and whistles like spinners or something would help but really overall for younger children. Not too bad.
March 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CCandPopPop A very nice swingset for toddlers
My grandchildren loved this swingset. They play on it all day long. However if you have small children 6mo. to 18mo. you need to purchase an infant swing. It was fairly easy to assemble, but if you have help it is a whole lot easier. It took about 21/2 hours.
October 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AN12 Climber and Swing the best for small yards
If you have a smaill back yard and are looking for an average size swing set that will still allow an "adult" area to entertain, this is the one for you. We landscaped our yard around the set with rubber mulch and a retention wall, it looks great! It goes with our tropical surroundings and does not stick out... like kidville has entered our back yards. Our 2 year old loves it and his friends that are older than him (the oldest is 4) loves it too. It is very sturdy and has all the aditions we need, like the hide away house below and the crows nest above the slide. I feel it is very safe with the soft rounded edges of the rubber and am extremely happy with our purchase.
March 19, 2007
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by eddie ELONGATED HOLES IN POLE MUST FACE GROUND
The thing is great. It fits together really easily and my kid loves it. Just one thing: MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE LONG HOLES IN THE SWING POLE FACING THE GROUND. If you don't, you'll have to take the entire structure apart to right them. In all fairness to the manufacturer, the video instruction DOES say, "make sure the long holes are facing the ground," but if you miss that line... as I did, you'll be sorry. NOTE TO STEP2 INC.: a sticker on the pole that says "this side down," would be helpful.
December 8, 2014