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Swing-N-Slide Playsets Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide)
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Swing-N-Slide Playsets

Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide)

  • Provides up to 5 activities for up to 6 children at once
  • Comes with everything you need except lumber and slide
  • Quick and easy assembly in just 1-2 hours
$22900 /each
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Product Overview

The Swing-N-Slide Pine Bluff Play Set can accommodate up to 6 children and help provide up to 5 play activities for hours of fun. This kit offers fast, convenient assembly with the e bracket system. The included full-dimensional, pre-cut lumber requires no cutting for easy installation. Just add 4x4s and choice of slide (all sold separately).

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  • 4x4s and Slide NOT included- see INSTALL CHECKLIST under Info & Guides for lumber requirements
  • Includes partial lumber, 2 swing seats and 4 swing hangers
  • 4 Swing hangers help provide base for play sets
  • Recommended slides are the Cool Wave Slide, Summit Slide or Side Winder Slide (all sold separately)
  • 48 in. High deck offers 10 sq. ft. of playing room for children
  • Full-dimensional pine lumber comes pre-cut for convenient assembly
  • Easy bracket system for fast and easy assembly
  • Requires six 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. and one 4 in. x 4 in. x 10 ft. lumber lengths (not included) for complete installation
  • 1 - 2 Hours approximate build time
  • Weight capacity of 450 lbs. based on a maximum occupancy of 6 children under the age of 10
  • 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
  • Meets and/or exceeds ASTM safety standards for backyard residential use only
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Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
156 in
Assembled Height (in.)
96 in
Assembled Width (in.)
120 in
Product Depth (in.)
156
Product Height (in.)
96
Product Width (in.)
120
Space Required, Height (ft.)
8
Space Required, Length (ft.)
29
Space Required, Width (ft.)
22

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Multi
Material
Wood
Materials
Plastic/Metal/Wood
Mounting
Surface Mounted
Number of Activities
5
Number of Swings Included
2
Play Set Includes
Hardware,Partial lumber
Product Weight (lb.)
95lb
Recommended Age Range
3-10
Returnable
90-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
450

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ASTM Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
Swing-N-Slide warrants all of its Play Set kits and accessories to be free from defects in workmanship and materials, under normal use and conditions, for a period of 5 years.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Would it be possible to buy a longer top beam so as to accommodate 3 swings instead of just two? Perhaps a 4x4x16 ?

What other supporting modifications would be needed if we got the much longer beam.
Asked by: JuliNC
Yes, as long as it's a 4x4 which all the hardware is made to fit. We bought longer pieces for the legs so we could bury the legs further down.
Answered by: Disappointed
Date published: 2015-10-22

can we buy pre-treated 4x4's or would we need to weather-stain it?

Asked by: crob
Thank you for your question regarding the type of wood needed on the 4x4's. We do not recommend buying anything other than pressure treated lumber, or lumber that has been kiln dried such as redwood and cedar. The most common type of pressure treated lumber is Southern Yellow Pine, and it is the most economical choice. Untreated pine used for any of the 4x4's is not recommended. I hope this information has been useful for you.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2017-03-26

Climbing rocks?

Does this come with climbing rocks? The photo of the included materials and the instructions show no climbing rocks, but one of the reviews and the diagram of dimensions show the inclusion of climbing rocks.
Asked by: PPM
The kit I received came with 4 climbing rocks (blue, green, red, yellow).
Answered by: kdubs
Date published: 2016-09-20

Is the included lumber pre-treated will it need to be stained?

Asked by: Cay
Pine Bluff Play Set comes with Pressure treated pine that is ready to stain or water seal.
Answered by: SwingNSlideProductExpert
Date published: 2016-04-18
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Customer Reviews

Pine Bluff Play Set (Just Add 4x4's and Slide) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 74.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great set, long set up! Went with the 4x4x12 to have extra room for the swings - we made the right choice. DO NOT PRE-DRILL THE HOLES FOR THE TOP BEAM! The likelihood of getting things right the first time is extremely low. This set us back at least an hour. The suggested assembly time is a joke. I pre-drilled a lot of holes and made the A-frames ahead of time. Still took almost 8 hours for the final assembly. That being said, our daughter loves the set and we're pleased with the final product if not the journey there.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect I did a lot of research since we have limited space and already have a tree house. This set is perfect and extremely sturdy. We went with the 12' top beam and did 2 swings with the rings in the center. My set came with 4 rocks for the climbing wall that were not pictured. I had already bought another set but we needed more than the 4 rocks anyway. Overall a nice set that will last a long time, well worth the price.
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Message to the company and buyers. For the sake of the sanity of anyone assembling this: if the t... Message to the company and buyers. For the sake of the sanity of anyone assembling this: if the threads of the hex head bolts used to hold the brackets for the legs to the ten foot cross beam (6 bolts), are not long enough to extend a quarter inch or so past the wood of the 4 x 4 then trot on down to your hardware store and buy a set a half inch longer. Don't fight them. The spec engineer made a mistake on this. I believe they are 4" but need to be 4.5" Trying to get the hexbolt threaded to the spike nut while fumbling with 100# of treated lumber was a son of a gun to say the least. If the drilled hole is crooked by a hair the hexbolt won't thread with the spike nut. You will need to hand thread the spikenuts which is impossible with the threads still in the 4 x 4. Other than that assembly was straightforward. For someone who had previous assembly experience 4 to 5 hours would probably be a fair estimate of assembly time. Good product, kids love it.
Date published: 2017-05-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Screws inferior. Have to predrill for them. Some pieces have... Screws inferior. Have to predrill for them. Some pieces have to be trimmed to fit. Cosequently, the estimated hour and a half is more like a day and a half. Also when including slide need an additional 4x4.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The set is very nice, but there is no way... The set is very nice, but there is no way on earth that the assembly time printed on the box is accurate.Wehad two experienced carpenters working all day to get the job done right.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall, we're very happy with the product. The design is very sturdy, and we expect our daughter... Overall, we're very happy with the product. The design is very sturdy, and we expect our daughter to have fun with it for several years. It took my parents and I (who are fairly experienced woodworkers) about 4-5 hours to assemble, as we took our time to make sure we were doing it right. As another reviewer noted, the 1" boards for the steps and top of the platform wanted to split when we attached them with screws, but when we predrilled it was no longer a problem. Clamps really came in handy when attaching the 4x4x10' to the top of the last A-frame. Our kit was missing a set of brackets, so I contacted the company's customer service and, despite it being a Sunday night, they responded in two hours to say the missing brackets were on the way. By the way, I actually think our swing set looks better than the stock photos because we pre-stained everything with a nice cedar stain the night before we put it together. We originally considered purchasing a much larger playset, but ultimately I didn't want to take the chance that our daughter may decide she doesn't like it, and then my family and our neighbors would be stuck staring at some monstrosity for years. I already know I'm happy with my decision, and we can always add onto it later.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Some advice, what it really costs, and Yes, its worth it. There are plenty of reviews that talk about how nice this product is and at the same time complain about how you have to buy a bunch of extra stuff. You will notice that they still give it 4 to 5 stars, why? Because it is so strong and so beautiful when completed, the picture does not do it justice. Here is some practical advice I can share that I gleaned from experience. What it actually costs as of May 7th 2012 and what you need to buy to complete it… The Set……………….…$209.00 The Slide……………..….$91.97 6 4x4s……………………$40.62 1 4x4x16’………………..$17.00 (You only really need a 4x4x10) 4” Deck Screws ………….$6.99 (optional) Subtotal…………………$365.58 Total with 8%tax………..$394.83 So you are really looking at $400 but then you might find the slide on craigslist and save $60 there. Yeah, way more expensive than the $170 metal ones, but really, you want that 5-foot tall swaying contraption in your yard? I read that others that did this, and I did it too…Buy 4” deck screws for putting the A-frames together (2x4 to 4x4) much stronger than what it comes with. If you do anything other than 10’ for the beam you will have to figure the measurements yourself, but it is well worth it for the extra swings. Just be really careful when you measure the beam for drilling holes for attaching the A-frames, this is the hardest part. I would recommend that you measure and drill the holes for the single A-frame (non-slide A-frame) and for only one of the slide holding A-frames, get those in place and then drill the final two holes for the other slide holding A-frame. We tried to do it all at once and our holes were off for the second slide holding A-frame and so we had to re-drill. Also the bolts they give you for attaching the A-frame can be frustrating, you could get it done a lot faster drilling through the square hole in the plate with the drill bit they give you and just installing ordinary bolts of that size (I can’t remember the size), we did that for the last one. Consider buying a 4x4x16’ vs. a 4x4x12’. I was able to give a little extra space between the two swings in the middle, but extended the 4x4, 32” over each end and was able to add a horsey swing and a twirl and whirl with plenty of room and strength for my little daughter. So I got 4 swings on a 2 swing set just buy buying a longer beam for the top. Some have said to use 4x6, I did not do this. I grabbed the end of the 4x4 and hung my 210lb body and that 32” overhang did not budge. You don’t need to use 9’ 4x4s for the A-frame, it is plenty tall. Obviously I considered doing this. As for other misc. notes, the directions are not great but not horrible, they do have them online if your box does not come with any, ours didn’t. It will take 6 – 10 hours. If you have a router, get the corners off the 4x4s, looks a lot nicer and no splinters, otherwise use sand paper. Others complained about warped boards, ours weren’t warped, they were fine, and they seemed to be sanded down pretty smooth so no concerns about splinters. Anyway, my 2 going on 3 daughter is thrilled, and having a ball out there every day. Yes you pay for more than what comes in the box, but it is so much nicer than those cheap metal ones
Date published: 2012-05-09
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