Design Your Own Swing Sets

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As you begin to think about investing in a playset, you will find it helpful to first consider a few questions. Use this checklist to make sure the playset you choose is a good fit for your family.

  • How many children (including friends, neighbors and relatives) will use the playset at once?
  • What are the ages of the children who will use it?
  • What kind of play does your child enjoy? Physical and high-energy? Imaginative and creative? Both?
  • What’s your budget? Will you start with a smaller swing set that you can add onto later... or do you need a bigger set now to accommodate your family?
  • What size is the area where you want to put a swing set, and what is its shape?
  • How level is the ground?
    NOTE: WOODPLAY PLAYSETS FEATURE AN ADJUSTABLE A-FRAME THAT CAN COMPENSATE FOR UNEVEN GROUND.
It’s easy as 1,2,3!

1. Choose a Base Style & Roof.

Playhouse.

Our traditional post-and-beam construction accommodates popular accessories beneath the base, including a built-in sandbox or a full-size convertible picnic table which doubles as a sandbox cover.

Outback.

Wide-angle ladders create roomier play spaces beneath the playset for more active play. Add a tire swing for instance and add flexibility for ladders and other climbing options.

Roofs.

Choose from 5 options – wood, green vinyl, red vinyl, green & yellow vinyl or red & yellow vinyl.

wood roof
green roof
red roof
green and yellow roof
red and yellow roof
Playhouse Series
Outback Series

2. Choose Size & Combination.

Choose from 3 different deck heights — 5’ , 6’ , 7’ , and 2 different deck sizes — Regular and XL. Then choose one of these popular combinations — or create your own. If you can imagine it, we can build it!

Combo 1
Base Playset with Slide
Combo 2
Add a Swing Beam
Combo 3
Add a Monkey Climber
Combo 4
Add a Skybox
Combo 5
Add a Hurricane Slide

3. Make It Your Own...Choose Your Options

Add the features you want and create the ideal playset for your family.