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Swing-N-Slide Playsets Hawk's Nest Playset with Summit Slide

Swing-N-Slide Playsets

Hawk's Nest Playset with Summit Slide

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$629.00 /each

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Product Overview

Assembly is a breeze with the Swing-N-Slide Hawk's Nest Playset with Summit Slide. Don’t have a circular saw. No problem. Finally a play set kit that requires no cutting. The online kit includes 2 belted swing seats, a ring/trapeze combo, a 2-piece Summit Slide, climbing rock wall, monkey bar kit, safety handles and a heavy-duty canopy. With the Hawk's Nest Playset kit, the only additional items needed are (8) 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. and (1) 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. boards that you select yourself.

  • Hawk's nest kit includes our revolutionary bracket system that saves you time, so you can build and play in one day
  • Includes slide, swing seats, ring/trapeze combo swing, heavy-duty canopy for shaded deck and multiple play activities
  • Swing seats and ring/trapeze combo each support up to 115 pounds
  • Requires (8) 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 in. and (1) 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 in., which are not included, for a complete installation
  • Weight capacity of 600 lbs. based on a maximum occupancy of 8 children under the age of 10
  • For private backyard use only, do not use in public settings
  • Meets and/or exceeds American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) safety standards
  • All Swing-N-Slide products are designed for single family residential use only, the item cannot be shipped to a commercial ship to address or used in a commercial setting
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the swing and climbing wall switch sides?

Can the swing and climbing wall switch sides?
Asked by: mal
Hawks Nest rock wall and slide can be switched with each other. You will need to move the assembly boards from the front to the side to make sure there are no openings on each side of slide.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2017-03-08

What are the other accessories that can be purchased separately i.e. Swings slides that can b used with this set

Asked by: Granny
Hawks Nest is design with a 4' high deck. You can switch out any swing with another. There are many different accessories you can attach around the deck area. See them at
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2016-12-26

Differences between playsets

Is the only difference between the Hawk's Nest play set ($429) and Hawk's Nest play set with summit slide ($629) the summit slide (which, purchased separately is only $129)?
Asked by: MeMe
Thank you for your inquiry about the Hawk's Nest Play set with Summit Slide @ The Home Depot. You are correct. This model is the Hawk's Nest Play set with the summit slide included. Please feel free to call our helpful customer service at 800-888-1232 as well if you have additional questions.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2016-12-17

What kind of wood is the playset made of?

Asked by: Marius
Hawk's Nest Swing Set wood is stain ready Micro Play (Pressure treated pine)
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2016-11-30
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Customer Reviews

Hawk's Nest Playset with Summit Slide is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect For Our 8 and 2 Year Old This swing set is awesome. My kids absolutely love it and my husband was able to put it together in section to make assembly easier. Would definitely recommend this if you are looking for a good affordable playset
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this! directions are a little hard to... I love this! directions are a little hard to read but comes together pretty quick. very sturdy,safe for all ages my son is autistic an this is great for him better than those cheep prefab swingsets! love it!!!
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great playground, but description doesn't specify that it requires digging holes. This is a great looking playground with some good features to play on. It looks good once it is set up. It took me and a friend about 8 hours to assemble. Neither the Home Depot online description nor the box states that it requires 16 in. holes to be dug for the monkey bars supports, so be aware of that! Also it will requires a good amount of sanding after construction. Furthermore, the lumber that comes with the kit is not treated like the lumber purchased at Home Depot, so it will require stain and sealant. Overall it is a good playground, but you will need to be prepared to dig if you want the monkey bar attachment. My kid loves it.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from fun for all so it's taken me awhile to put this baby together, but that's because i did all by myself in the spare time that i had. I decided to beef it up a little by adding a 4x6 on top. Which is fine as long as you have your own hardware to hang the swings (or are prepared to countersink 2") I didn't think of that! The other pieces of wood that is not included are the two by fours for the outrigger swing supports (2x4x20"). I also found that i was stripping a lot of the wood when screwing it all together. It was all pretty soft. I found myself having to adjust the clutch on my screwdriver. Anyways... the 3, 6 and 9 year olds are having a blast!
Date published: 2010-06-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Setup I just finished assembling this kit, and have to say that I found the process to be relatively painless. I did most of the assembly myself working alone. There were a couple places where I had my wife help me get something into position, but not often. Instructions: Good and clear. Most are pictorial. Hardware: Good quality (most is double-dipped galvanized), and plentiful. I had leftovers of most types. My only complaint here is the use of the star heads. I would have preferred square heads instead since those bits are more common. (Bits are also included - nonetheless...) Suggestions: Instead of 8 8' 4x4 and 1 10' 4x4, buy: 6 8' 4x4 - use these for the playhouse and swing set supports. 2 8' 2x4 - use these for the monkey bar ladder instead of 4x4s. The 4x4s are way overkill. 1 10' 6x4 - use for the swing set main beam. Sturdier this way. I'm going to make a door and enclose the bottom of the playhouse and use it for winter storage of toys, but that's another project...
Date published: 2010-05-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but one big problem. Got this for my daughters, and took a weekend to assemble it. Overall very happy with it, but the slide is a huge disappointment. First off, there were no instructions show had to go online to download the instructions (not that they're that hard to figure out). But the other problem was the slide comes in two pieces, but when fitted together they don't sit flush, as both sides have a lip on them which pushes them apart, making it hard for the nuts and bolts to reach across, but luckily I had a few long bolts to bridge the gap. Everything seemed good, got it hooked up daughter started sliding down, no problem . . a for a day. The following day a crack appeared at the top of the slide and over the next few days spread down the length of the entire slide. Pretty much a waste. We going to replace the slide, with one that comes as a single piece, but will be purchasing a different brand. Overall the playset is great, but the slide is such an important part, I'm surprised they did such lousy job designing it. I would recommend getting a set with a single piece slide, not one which has halves that need to be bolted together.
Date published: 2010-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice set for a small yard! We purchased this set for our small yard after looking at numerous other stores. This set appeared to be the best quality and best value. Other big box stores offered sets with 2x4's - this set is far sturdier. We purchased this on a Monday. We were able to fit the box and additional 4x4's in our Honda CRV. Took it home and spent the next couple days organizing the wood and screws. Measured all the wood and wrote lengths on it, and marked all the bags of screws with their length. This would save time later. There are a LOT of little parts to deal with. I also stained all the pieces. I found the wood to be in nice condition. No significantly warped or damaged pieces. The swings and hardware are also very good quality, heavy and substantial. The hardest part (so far) was constructing the main tower feature. The brackets were in good shape but would shift when you screwed them together, making the whole thing not level or plumb. We were quite worried that the whole thing would be off if it wasn't perfectly level and plumb, but it turns out it didn't matter so much. My husband spent a solid 8 hours working on this and still hadn't added the slide or climbing wall. He said it was hard work, but there were no real "problems". He's a novice with such things, and said the instructions were good, although sometimes he wished for more explanation (i.e. they would show a picture of three screws but not actually state "put the strews here." We kind of had to guess where the climbing wall attached because the picture wasn't detailed enough). A word on the space needed. We have a small city yard. We had a 25 x 16 ft. area to place this set, far less than the 28x26 required. The actual footprint of the set is 15x15, or 10x15 without the monkey bars. The set fit just fine on our yard, however we made a couple adjustments (thereby voiding our warranty- fyi). We switched the swings to the other side with no issues. We haven't put up the monkey bars, and aren't in a hurry to do so because our son probably won't use them. We have barely enough room for them as-is and I can see why other reviewers say they are hard to put up. The manufacturer warns that the set requires the monkey bars for stability. I do believe that the set is extremely sturdy, even without the bars. We will probably add a second coat of stain to really make it look sharp. We're very happy and anticipate all the kids in the neighborhood flocking to our backyard this summer.
Date published: 2012-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from all in all, pretty decent play set A few minor issues... It took longer than the stated 4 hrs to assemble, however, i did do it on my own. My set came with one piece that needed to be cut, but that was most likely due to a packaging error. Also, I would not recommend using the drill bit that comes with the kit. It has a very poor tip, which caused it to slide around a little when I was drilling the swing beam. For the most part, not a big deal, but where the A-frame goes needs to be spot on. Get yourself a 3/8" bit with a point so that the bit stays right where you put it and it drills exactly where you need it. Also, the directions state that a slide needs to be purchased separately, however there was a 2 piece slide included. The problem there is that there are no instructions on putting it together. Easy enough to figure out (for me, at least). Someone who is not mechanically inclined may have a bit of difficulty with that. Overall, the instructions are rather vague, which slowed the process, as well. Ultimately, I was able to figure it all out without having to disassemble and reassmble anything, but again, it just added to the total build time. For bigger kids, I would recommend putting a diagonal cross bar on the tower at the swing side, just for added stability. Not a safety issue...I just think it will reduce unneccesary wear and tear on the tower joints.
Date published: 2011-06-25
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