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Swing-N-Slide Playsets

Model PB 8129S

Internet #204962426

Hideaway Clubhouse Playset with Summit Slide

$849.00 /each
  • Includes curbside delivery

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Timber-Bilt by Swing-N-Slide's new Hideaway Clubhouse including the lifetime warranty, 2-piece, Summit Slide is the perfect addition to any backyard. It is designed with numerous play activities like a climbing rock wall and pirates ladder while offering the children that raised clubhouse that they all love to play in. The Hideaway Clubhouse also features the MicroPlay Color Protection System that penetrates deep in the wood's surface to protect it from fading. And since it is a color though treatment, MicroPlay will not rub or peel off leaving your set looking great for years to come. With the Hideaway Clubhouse's unique no cut design and patented rapid-loc bracket system, the installation of a play set has never been easier. To complete installation the only additional items needed are (6) 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. and (2) 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. that you select yourself from your local Home Depot. In addition, all Timber-Bilt and Swing-N-Slide play sets meet or exceed all ASTM safety standards for backyard play, so you can rest assured your family will have tons of backyard enjoyment.

  • Proudly designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA
  • Features MicroPlay color protection system with a 2-year warranty against fading
  • Dual deck elevated clubhouse is perfect for smaller backyards
  • Hideaway clubhouse version includes the 2-piece summit slide that carries a lifetime warranty against cracking and fading and is easy to install
  • Kit includes our revolutionary bracket system that saves you time, so you can build and play in 1-day as well as playful accessories and a heavy-duty canopy
  • Requires (6) 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft., (2) 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. which are not included
  • Weight capacity of 750 lbs. based on a maximum occupancy of 10-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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Is it 24 cubic feet needed?

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July 26, 2016
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Hideaway Clubhouse Play Set. Please contact CS at 800-888-1232 or cs@swing-n-slide.com with questions.
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July 25, 2016
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The set has a footprint of 24.5 x 20 ft.
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Can the rope ladder be built on either side?

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For our backyard, it would be better if the rope ladder could be on the right side (facing the front), instead of the left side as pictured. Would this be possible?

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Yes, I am actually in the process of finishing building this kit. I am doing the version with the single swing as well, and put the swing on the left and rope ladder on the right. All you need to do is make sure to you insert the top horizontal 4x4 in on the opposite end of the brackets in the beginning steps. ...and the bottom one as well but that's and the end of the instructions. I'll try to add a Read More
Yes, I am actually in the process of finishing building this kit. I am doing the version with the single swing as well, and put the swing on the left and rope ladder on the right. All you need to do is make sure to you insert the top horizontal 4x4 in on the opposite end of the brackets in the beginning steps. ...and the bottom one as well but that's and the end of the instructions. I'll try to add a picture when I can, but when you're looking at it it's very straightforward. Read Less
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April 6, 2016
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Hideaway Clubhouse. Yes, you can move this to the other side. Have the 4x4 supports go off the side you want the net on. Contact CS at 800-888-1232 with any questions.
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Is there room under the fort to add a tire swing?

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No. You might be able to make a small sand pit underneath, but I wouldn't put any swings or ropes. You can always replace one of the 8' timbers with a 12' (4x4") and add it to the opposite side of the rope ladder.
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December 2, 2015
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Hideaway Clubhouse. There is not enough room under the deck for a tire swing. The deck has 2 different heights, 4 feet and 5 feet. Tire Swing will need 42" from center of tire, for clearance, all the way around. You can view the Tire Swing plan at www.swing-n-slide.com for more details.
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Could you add a swing beam to one of the sides?

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You can replace one of the 8' - 4x4's , with a 12' and put a single swing on one side, or one on each I suppose if you don't want the rope ladder.
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November 15, 2015
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Hideaway Clubhouse Play set. A stand alone swing set sitting next to the Hideaway works best. The Hideaway is design as a climbing tower and does not have correct hardware to mount a swing beam to it.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY. DO NOT BE FOOLED Bought this for my kids. I needed something compact with no swing. Asked my Dad to help me. He is a licensed general contractor of ~35years. In 5 hours we got to page 24 of 87. NOTHING is predrilled or measured for you, and none of the boards are marked with any kind of code. This is a very very very technical kit so you either need to hire someone at HD to put it together for you... for a lot of $, or buckle in for a long project. The directions are not great. And there are blind drills required to put screws through boards and bullseye a bracket opening.... Not something that is great for the weekend warrior. So it is sitting in my backyard, 25% complete, while I wait the 7 days for them to send me a board that they didn't include. I would take it back, but once you have it in your yard, spend the extra 100$ for the 4X4's and put some holes in it, they kind of have you up against the wall. Your only choice is to NOT BUY THIS. Positives... the lady at customer service answered and was friendly. BTW... I never write reviews or return food or merchandise, but I had to make a stand on this one. August 22, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by RESPONSE TO SWING AND SLIDE COMMENT Oh Swing and Slide... if only it were that easy. We did organize the boards. It's the first thing my dad had us do as an experienced contractor with a specialty in FRAMING. But when you have boards of similar length differentiated by as much as 1/8 of an inch and zero labels, it is going to be chore. Even if the boards were labeled... the amount of time to measure everything and pre-drill still makes this project too cumbersome for the average purchaser. This past weekend... my second weekend on the job, I probably spent an hr to 1.5 hrs just changing drill bits because you have to get things set with one screw to make sure what you are currently working on doesn't mess up the task six steps ahead. S&S Rather than argue on the HD website with a clearly dissatisfied customer, you should be spending time clearly labeling your boards, marking drill holes, and advertising your product correctly. I will say this. If you are looking for a class in rudamentary carpentry, if you are looking for a... 'look what I accomplished' project... if you have an abundance of time on your hands and can handle the tediousness of predrilling hundreds of screw holes.... then this is the project for you. August 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great set, difficult assembly Very sturdy play set. Perfect for my son. However, the instructions are not very clear and hard to follow. Thankfully my uncle is a carpenter and could visualize what needed to be done December 23, 2014
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