|Product Type: Playground||Finish: Multi-Colored|
|Swing Positions: 2||Slide Included: Yes|
|Climber Included: Yes||Glider Included: No|
|Monkey Bars Included: No||Playhouse Included: No|
|Play Deck Included: No||Sand Box Included: No|
|Picnic Table Included: No||Trapeze Item Included: No|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
“Hello, what is the height of the slide?” asked by Irene
Little Tikes Clubhouse Swing Set
nona from Nashville, TN– Verified Buyer
This was a gift for my 2 year old grand daughter. she loves it. it wasn't difficult to put together but the tie down system was extensive. better safe then sorry
Strong and Sturdy!
Nick from New Jersey– Verified Buyer
Strong and sturdy play set. Assembly was so so. I'm an engineer so I'm probably the wrong guy to ask on that. I can tell you it's well built and safe enough to let my grandkids play on it. That right there should say it all.
Alicia Mitchell from Vancouver, Washington– Top 50 Reviewer
This swing set is pretty sturdy and durable. Nice to have a plastic one instead of the metal and wood ones
LISA from Fort McMurray, AB– Verified Buyer
I love the swing setslide, the quality is great. The instructions for assembly were terrible. We ended up having to take it apart to re-assemble to get it right. Not impressed.
PERFECT toddler playset!
Christine Perkins from Henrico, VA– Verified Buyer
This is the perfect toddler playset! I use it at my daycare and the kids love it! (Ages 1-3) They can climb, swing, (in enclosed seats) and slide and have a great time! It's the first thing they run to everytime we go outside!
Easier Than I Thought
Union537 from Rainbow City, Alabama– Verified Buyer
This set will be used to replace a similar unit at my church. The slide was a little difficult to snap in but after in, it's secure. Another reason for chosing this item it was made in the USA.
Good product, but take care assembling
Davidmac from Baltimore– Verified Buyer
I had to trim some of the plastic out of one of the mounting locations for one of the overhead pieces. It did not seat correctly and I almost didn't get the second screw inserted. Once I saw what was happening, I trimmed out the bad area and reseated the first screw, which allowed the second screw to fit as it should. Always look at molded items carefully before trying to assemble them.