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Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo

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Recommended Age: 3 - 8
Product Number: 817400
Dimensions: 88.50 H 201.00W 102.50D
Weight: 313.00 lbs
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Step2Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo
 
4.7

(based on 10 reviews)

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Pros

  • Durable (8)
  • Good value (5)
  • Well built / quality (5)
  • Easy to clean (4)
  • Easy to use (4)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday use (5)
    • Young children (3)
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    5.0

    No need to go the playground now!

    By MG

    from Batavia, NY

    About Me Do-It-Yourself

    Pros

    • Fun
    • Sturdy

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backyard
      • Young Children

      Comments about Step2 Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo:

      We bought this play yard for our soon to be 2 year old. Assembled it in about 5 hours total. Directions/Pictures could have been slightly easier but not bad at all. My daughter absolutely loves this. I am sure this will be used for years to come. I am extremely happy that we went with this set over a wood one. Shipping was free and extremely fast.

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      5.0

      Love It!!!

      By Robin the gramma

      from Saint marys PA

      About Me Handyman

      Verified Buyer
      new-bee

      Pros

      • Easy Assembly
      • Fun
      • Sturdy
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backyard
        • Young Children

        Comments about Step2 Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo:

        My husband and I assembled this in about 5 1/2 hours not bad at all. The instructions were clear and easy to follow. Our Grandchildren are 5, 2, 1, and a 7 month old. Put baby swings on and they all love it. The neighbor kids love coming over to play on it too. Love it and would definitely recommend it over wooden swingsets.

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        5.0

        Great SwingSet!

        By MomOf2!

        from Knoxville, TN

        About Me Parent of Two or More Children

        Verified Buyer
        new-bee

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Clean
        • Easy To Use
        • Good Value

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Everyday Use
          • Toddler
          • Young children

          Comments about Step2 Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo:

          The swingset took two half days to complete by my husband and my father. They didn't complain too much, because I forewarned them of the time based upon other customer reviews. The swingset is extremely durable, but my only complaint is that my husband broke one of the anchors while hammering it into the ground. I called Step2 and they have already sent a replacement. We use this for a 3 year old and a (small) 5 year old. This is a fantastic product and we could not have made a better choice!

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          5.0

          Looks Great

          By Jen

          from Spokane wa

          About Me Parent of Two or More Children

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          Pros

          • Good Value
          • Lightweight
          • Quality Construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Special Occasions

            Comments about Step2 Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo:

            I bought this item in the fall and will be keeping it packed up until this spring. So we haven't had a chance to play on it however I just wanted to comment now. Step 2 was a great website to buy from and the price was very cheap compared to other sites. They even offered free shipping. The product was even shipped very fast! I will buy from Step 2 again!!! Can't wait for spring to come now!

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            4.0

            "Good set for toddler so far"

            By Ed Engineer

            from Virginia Beach, VA

            About Me Parent of Two or More Children

            Verified Buyer
            new-bee

            Pros

            • Good Value
            • Quality Construction

            Cons

            • Not Easy To Assemble
            • Poor instructionsmanual

            Best Uses

            • Developmental
            • Everyday Use

            Comments about Step2 Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo:

            This is a fantastic swing set over all. We've only had it for a month or so. We'll see how it deals with the winter season through next summer... and the years to come. I imagine the plastic may discolor over time... but definitely wanted to stay away from a wood set b/c of the termites and carpenter bees in the temperate climate of Va Beach.

            This was not the easiest thing to assemble. I did it by myself -- it'd definitely be easier with a 2nd person. The instructions are not the best -- b&w and some tricky steps. I had to disassemble at several steps after doing something incorrectly, and I'm an engineer. Assembly took all day Saturday and a couple hours on Sunday to finish.

            Also, several of the ground anchors broke as I hammered them in with a sledgehammer (a regular hammer can't do it). Cheap metal composite. Need to get them replaced.

            My only critique so far on usage: the swing heights are not adjustable. Just one length of rope. Not chains like when we were kids. So right now my toddler cannot sit on the swings on his own (without being lifted). I wonder about the long-term durability of the ropes -- we shall see. I've seen from other comments that the canopy fabric will definitely rot (after a couple seasons?) -- I'll replace the canopy when that happens I suppose.

            My son, 3 1/2, can't get enough of it so far. He leans on the swings and swings on his belly right now. When he grows a bit more he'll be able to sit on the swings on his own. When his new brother grows older they'll be able to use the glider swing together. Right now my wife uses the glider swing with him.

            Service and delivery comments:

            1. Adjustable swing height -- definitely needed.
            2. Monkey bars option/attachment would be neat / very desirable.
            3. More durable ground anchors (durable enought to install/hammer into the ground without breaking).
            4. An estimated assembly time.

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            Adventure Lodge Play Center with Glider and Sandbox Combo
            Already Asked: 4 Questions, 26 Answers
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            Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
            Thelma B: my twins are 23 years old and their children are playing on their sep two centers and if this is the same quality it should out live me. Looking forward to years of fun. Apr 7, 2014
            carol c: Want one for my nephew. Loved the reviews. Has everything on it that he needs and wants. Apr 5, 2014
            Karen P: For my 2 yr old grandson and it looked like something we could install ourselves. Mar 23, 2014
            Lynn S: The best product for my needs Mar 1, 2014
            Jackson M: We thought it was the best choice for our kids Dec 31, 2013
            Josh H: many kids can play at once, and I don't have to worry as much about my toddler falling as I would with a wooden set. Jun 3, 2013
            Maureen P: Seems to have everything you can get in a swing set. Jun 1, 2013
            RAFFAELE M: I bought this one orginally for my first grandkids. my second set of grandkids love it so we decided to buy them the same one May 7, 2013
            Kerri A: like the options it has; like the fact that it is plastic instead of wood Apr 22, 2013
            tammylee b: Great price and safe for our special needs son. Apr 13, 2013
            Duane D: Looks like an excellent choice for children. No slivers or sharp edges. Apr 2, 2013
            A shopper asked: How much weight will the glider hold? May 7, 2013
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            Steven P: My wife and I, both small adults, have swung on the glider with our 30 month old without it falling down. The most we have had on the glider is 175 pounds between me and the toddler. The glider seemed to hold up very well, I think I would be comfortable pushing it to 190 pounds and would have to see how it responds up to 200 pounds. I don't think I would go above 200 lbs.

            Keep in mind, that the intensity of the swinging is very mild. As you swing harder, I recommend reducing the weight at it imparts greater forces on all parts of the set.
            May 7, 2013
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            BRANDY G: Not sure what the glider should hold but Our glider holds 100-130 lbs easy. Both our kids weight about 50 each and there has not been 1 problem in the year we have owned it. Our son has a few older/larger friends and we never noticed any problems when they play on it either. May 7, 2013
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            Mark S: I would say 80lbs at least. My four year old and his friend swing on it all of the time. My wife frequently sits on it while they play on other areas. Granted she isn't swinging, but nothing has fallen apart. It's a great swing set, Very sturdy May 7, 2013
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            deleen b: my husband weighs 220 and he has been on the glider several times with my son. i have been on it a few times with him and i weigh 160. May 9, 2013
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            Cindy M: My two weigh 30# each and they seem very light vote it. I know the swings each support 75# and this would as well with no problem. May 9, 2013
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            Mary O: My kids weigh a total of 65 pounds and the glider works good with that amount of weight. May 7, 2013
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            CHRIS C: My daughter weights 135 and she plays with my son who is three on the slide May 7, 2013
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            CHRIS C: My daughter weights 135 and she plays with my son who is three on the slide May 7, 2013
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            Nick N asked: How long is the slide? Mar 10, 2014
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            Steven P: The slide has a horizontal projection from the play house of 4'-6". It is about 4'-0" off the ground at the highest point. The end of the slide is roughly 0'-6" off the ground. The slide is fairly "steep", but not long enough to develop excess speed.

            My three year old daughter thoroughly enjoys sliding down and climbing up the slide.
            Mar 10, 2014
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            Tamara R: The slide is a little over 5 feet long. It is 3.5 feet tall. Mar 10, 2014
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            Terry P: Personally the slide has too much of an incline. Mar 10, 2014
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            Cindy M: Its about 6 ft long. Mar 10, 2014
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            susan j: 5 feet Mar 10, 2014
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            Brigett G asked: How tall is the tallest point on this set? Oct 27, 2013
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            Step2Staff: The tallest point on this product is 7 feet four inches Oct 28, 2013
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            John W: It is about 8-10 feet. Taller than my husband but short enough that we can reach our jungle jane child when she climbs out onto the bar above the swing.

            Easy, Easy, Easy to assemble. My husband did 90% on his own. Easy to move, very light.

            Our child is 5 now and loves to play on it all the time. I don't like the seahorse, very unstable. We took it down and replaced it with a tire swing. She did a nose dive off it.
            Oct 28, 2013
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