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Clubhouse Climber

Bring the park jungle gym home to your backyard with the Clubhouse Climber™. Children love to climb, hide and slide and parents love to encourage active play. Kids can slide down the sliding board, pretend to drive a car with the steering wheel while in one of the climber’s towers, or play castle guard while crossing over the built in bridge. The Clubhouse Climber will be your kid’s personal playground! The Clubhouse Climber stairs have hand rails to help teach your toddlers and preschoolers balance and coordination. Your children will climb, slide, and crawl for hours exploring this large climber! Made in USA.

  • The Clubhouse Climber features a skylight, a steering wheel for children to use for pretend play, and 2 slides
  • Climbing ladder and sure grip hand rails assists young climbers and promote gross motor skills like balance and coordination
  • The climber’s bridge connects to look-out tower with dual windows
  • Hide-out area and crawl-thru tunnel underneath are perfect for children to play hide & seek
  • Tips to enhance product life
  • Intended for family and domestic outdoor use only over proper surfacing
  • Maximum weight 240 lbs (109.1 kg)
  • Adult assembly required
  • Also available as a combo
Recommended Age: 2 - 6
Product Number: 726000
Dimensions: 70.00 H 137.00W 91.50 D
Weight: 197.00 lbs
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Step2Clubhouse Climber
 
4.4

(based on 760 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (351)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (350)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (40)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (637)
  • Fun (612)
  • Easy assembly (559)
  • Weather proof (537)
  • Attractive (60)

Cons

  • Difficult setup (72)
  • Flimsy (20)
  • Unstable (11)
  • Unsafe features (10)
  • Expensive (3)

Best Uses

  • Young children (608)
  • Backyard (591)
  • Small children (47)
  • Older children (46)
  • Individual play (45)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Do-it-yourself (370), Novice (192), Avid do-it-yourselfer (87), Professional (69), Stay at home parent (18)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (75), Yes (21)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

wish I had one of these when I was a kid

I bought this for my 14 month old for Christmas. I know the product says it's for 2 year olds but I read some of the reviews and figured that she might be able...Read complete review

I bought this for my 14 month old for Christmas. I know the product says it's for 2 year olds but I read some of the reviews and figured that she might be able to use it sooner. She has been walking since she was 10 months old. She is able to climb the ladder on her own but needs much help to use the slide. Her favorite part right now is the telephone but I know she will start to enjoy all the other features more and more as she gets older. My husband and I put it together in less than an hour even with a mistake (the ladder wasn't so easy going in and we tugged a little too hard on it, causing some of the screws to bend--we did fix it without any issues) Overall we are extremely satisfied with the purchase. The clubhouse is in our family room since we live in maine and it's winter right now, so I can't attest to how weather resistant it is. We will need to take it completely apart in order to move it outside in the spring, that will be interesting. The good thing is there aren't that many screws! Many of the pieces lock into each other. It really is a great design! I wish I had one of these when I was growing up! I hate to write the negative things but other people have said that the stools are useless and I think they're right. This is minor, but the step 2 stickers have both fallen off. One was off in the box before we opened it and was too badly damaged to put back on. The other sticker was partially torn off before we put it together so we decided to take it completely off. Unfortunately this leave a 3/4 inch hole in the side of the railing that I don't know what to do with. I need to cover it up with something I just don't know what. Oh well! To end this on a good note.....I had purchased this about 2 weeks before Christmas and it was currently on backorder so I never expected to receive it until after, however it arrived 1 week before Christmas! Thank you Step 2!!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Very cute

This item is very well built, I did think it would be a little bit larger, I guess I didnt measure correctly from the demension list. My son loves it he is 2...Read complete review

This item is very well built, I did think it would be a little bit larger, I guess I didnt measure correctly from the demension list. My son loves it he is 2 1/2, but I think it is something he will grow out of by time he is 3 1/2 so its a good thing the resale value is good. I like it for now. I would probably just pay a few extra hundred next time to get something he could grow with, but then again great for this budget.

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4.0

A hit for YEARS!

By Momof3

from Florida

About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children

new-bee

Pros

  • Durable
  • Hours of Fun
  • Sturdy
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Group Play
    • Individual Play
    • Small Children

    Comments about Step2 Clubhouse Climber:

    We had an older version of this and it was a hit for years spanning 3 children over 8 years. When we were done with it, a neighbor bought it!

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    • No

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    5.0

    Great product! Quick ship. Great price

    By Amp

    from Louisiana

    About Me First Time Parent

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Durable
    • Easy Assembly
    • Hours of Fun
    • Sturdy
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Step2 Clubhouse Climber:

        Great for my 2 year old!

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        • No

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        5.0

        My son loves it!

        By nicole

        from cleveland, oh

        About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Durable
        • Hours of Fun
        • Sturdy
        • Weather Resistant

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Group Play
          • Individual Play
          • Physical Activity
          • Small Children

          Comments about Step2 Clubhouse Climber:

          We love the climber. My husband travels alot, so I put it together myself. It took a few days since I could only work on it during naptime (lol). But, it wasn't very difficult. My only complaint was one of the parts was not correctly marked on the instructions. Luckily there were pictures so I was able to figure it out.

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          4.0

          Great fun!

          By Proud Mimi

          from Southern Indiana

          About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Design
          • Hours of Fun
          • Many Ways To Play

          Cons

          • Lengthy Assembly
          • Some Parts Seem Flimsy

          Best Uses

          • Group Play
          • Individual Play
          • Physical Activity
          • Small Children

          Comments about Step2 Clubhouse Climber:

          Got this for my one year old grandson. He loves it. He loves climbing up and running back and forth over the bridge and looking out the windows! The dual slides are great for when there are other kids around. Only downsides are the floors seem to be flimsier than the walls and the lengthy assembly. Took my husband and me over six hours!! But seeing grandson's face was well worth every minute of assembly. He loves it and plays on it every day.

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          5.0

          Just what we were looking for!

          By GF at PMDS

          from Easton, PA

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Attractive Design
          • Hours of Fun
          • Sturdy
          • Weather Resistant

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Group Play
            • Individual Play
            • Physical Activity
            • Small Children

            Comments about Step2 Clubhouse Climber:

            We are using this climber for our toddler aged children in a Child Care Center. They love their new climber... they call it their train.
            To help with the assembly, I sorted out all of the screws and bolts into a labeled ziploc baggies and have a powered up screw driver available.
            My co worker and I assembled the climber in about 4 hours non stop. We were proud that we did it and the children enjoyed watching as we put it together. They were excited to see it complete so they could start climbing and sliding.

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            Clubhouse Climber
            Already Asked: 11 Questions, 45 Answers
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            A shopper asked: Can this be taken apart and put back together for a move to a new house, without damaging the set? Feb 15, 2014
            Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (1) No (0)
            Jacquelyn G: Yes. We are military and actually just moved last summer. It comes apart easily, quite a few spacious pieces though. My husband had no problem putting it back together other than finding a flat area at our new house for it to go :) no damage either. Feb 17, 2014
            Reply to Jacquelyn Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Penny S: Shouldn't be a problem...just be sure to save the assembly instructions and work backwards for the disassembly. You probably won't have to totally disassemble it to move it. Feb 17, 2014
            Reply to Penny Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Nettie D: I bought this from my neighbor. We need instructions on how to put slides on . Jun 27, 2014
            Reply to Nettie Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Step2Staff: Yes, we suggest you follow the instructions in reverse order. Feb 17, 2014
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            Lorraine C: We haven't tried. Sorry not to be able to help. Feb 19, 2014
            Reply to Lorraine Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Igor U: Yes, it is doable although not easy. Feb 17, 2014
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            A shopper asked: Is it possible to move the Clubhouse from time to time to mow the grass around it? Is it easy to slide or is it too heavy?
            Thanks.
            May 24, 2014
            Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
            Step2Staff: We do not recommend placing the Clubhouse Climber on grass. Playground equipment should never be placed on hard surfaces such as concrete or asphalt and while grass may appear to be acceptable it may quickly turn to hard packed earth in areas of high traffic. Shredded bark mulch, wood chips, fine sand or fine gravel are considered to be acceptable shock absorbing surfaces when installed and maintained at a sufficient depth under and around playground equipment. May 27, 2014
            Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            James C: Too heavy to move easily alone. You will need at least two adults to evenly pick up and move or else the joints will break or come loose. To avoid this issue, lay some weed block fabric underneath the clubhouse. May 28, 2014
            Reply to James Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Eva S: I don' know I gave this as a gift to my son and daughter-in law for their twin girls who are now 3 years old. They moved from Georgia to Florida and they sold the clubhouse climber in a yard sale. May 27, 2014
            Reply to Eva Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Vicki S: Yes, it is possible. That is what we do. It is only heavy when you try to lift it, but sliding it over is not too hard. The hardest part is getting it right back where it was. May 27, 2014
            Reply to Vicki Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            sheri d: Actually I have mine inside...but I am able to slide it around to different parts of the room on carpet. It's pretty easy to slide and I'm 5'4 about 110 lbs and 57 years old. May 27, 2014
            Reply to sheri Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            ERIN L: You would be able to slide it with at least 2 people but its not something you would want to have to do all the time. We still enjoy ours 2 years later. May 27, 2014
            Reply to ERIN Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Linda D: It is heavy but you can slide it around from time to time. My husband moves it when he cuts the grass. May 27, 2014
            Reply to Linda Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Anthony H: Yes it's easy! We move it around all the time for the grass or to put it in shade. Hope this helps! May 28, 2014
            Reply to Anthony Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            David S: Two people can easily move to mow or clean under the unit. The slides lift with the unit. May 27, 2014
            Reply to David Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            snagah r: It is a little heavy for one person to move it. With 2 adults, this can be done. May 27, 2014
            Reply to snagah Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Jose S: As a male who is 5'9" I have not had any issue sliding it to mow under it. May 28, 2014
            Reply to Jose Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            DEBORAH C: It can be moved pretty easy with 2 or 3 people Jun 2, 2014
            Reply to DEBORAH Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Brooke S: No it's too heavy May 27, 2014
            Reply to Brooke Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Tara G asked: can this be used in a commercial setting? daycae center? Feb 27, 2014
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            DEBORAH C: Yes, there is actually a daycare in our town who also has 2 of these clubhouses. I bought for my grandson , he loves this and all the neighbor children play, is very durable and safe plastic, no sharp or hard areas when child bumps self playing, we love it. Will lsst for years, we have in shade, as I have noticed they fade in the sun Mar 3, 2014
            Reply to DEBORAH Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Bryan M: Yes. My wife has a state licensed daycare out of our home and this is what we use for the outdoor play space. We put down rubber mulch and set this unit inside. It's perfect for kids 2 years old to 5 years old. Feb 28, 2014
            Reply to Bryan Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Step2Staff: This product was not tested for ASTM standards. It is intended for family and domestic outdoor use only over proper surfacing. Mar 4, 2014
            Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            James C: Yes, indoor or outdoors. Mar 3, 2014
            Reply to James Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Danielle G: absolutely! Jun 3, 2014
            Reply to Danielle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Andy K asked: I live in San Diego. Would this item get too hot if it is in direct sunlight for most of the day? Aug 29, 2014
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            Robert A K: We have the same climber and it did get pretty warm in the sun. My kids were still able to play on it comfortably though. We live in Kansas City and the temperatures were in the 90s for most of the summer. We had the climber for approximately two years and like it a lot. It's been outdoors for the whole time we had it and just recently disassembled for a move - other than some colors fading a tiny bit, it looks brandnew. We'd buy it again. Our kids where almost one and three when we bought it and still love playing with it. Sep 2, 2014
            Reply to Robert A Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Linda D: No. We live in TN were the heat index can be over 100. The climber does just fine. It's held up really well and my boys 5, 3, and 2 years old love it! Direct sunlight isn't a problem. Sep 2, 2014
            Reply to Linda Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Igor U: I do not know, we put it under a tent in complete shade. Sep 2, 2014
            Reply to Igor Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Brooke S: No Sep 2, 2014
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            LoriR asked: Is it possible to take the back slide off to save room? If so, what would the width be without the back a
            Slide?
            Mar 2, 2014
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            sheri d: I have this in my living room and it is big. The back slide measures 37 inches. We had considered leaving this off also and I can't remember if it was possible due to the design of interlocking. it's been almost 2 years since we purchased this. You would probably have to put this end against the wall or have a drop off. Considering how old your kids are. I bought this for my 3 year old autistic grandchild that has developmental delays in fine motor skills and my 2 yr old grandson. They are 5 and 4 now and still play on it. I have been happy with this purchase. I hope this has helped. Mar 3, 2014
            Reply to sheri Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            sheri d: I have this in my living room and it is big. The back slide measures 37 inches. We had considered leaving this off also and I can't remember if it was possible due to the design of interlocking. it's been almost 2 years since we purchased this. You would probably have to put this end against the wall or have a drop off. Considering how old your kids are. I bought this for my 3 year old autistic grandchild that has developmental delays in fine motor skills and my 2 yr old grandson. They are 5 and 4 now and still play on it. I have been happy with this purchase. I hope this has helped. Mar 3, 2014
            Reply to sheri Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            James C: Yes it's possible to leave the slide off. I'm not sure what the width would be though, perhaps 91.5 - 36 = 55.5 Mar 3, 2014
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            Step2Staff: We recommend this climber be assembled following the manufacturer's instructions included with the product. Mar 14, 2014
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            J N asked: Can this product be used indoor? what are the dimension? thanks Dec 4, 2013
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            R. Ann A: We put the climber inside a room in our church nursery. It is 11.5 feet long, 7.5 feet wide just under 6 feet tall. Be sure to have at least 3 feet beyond the slides to keep kids from crashing into walls. I would say minimum size room needs to be 15 feet long (if unit is pushed against the wall) and 12-13 feet wide to allow access to steps. The kids love it. If you have the space go for it. Dec 5, 2013
            Reply to R. Ann Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
            Kim S: I put this in my basement 2 years ago for my grandchildren. It is wonderful for indoor climbing and creative, active play. Sometimes its a ship, clubhouse, fort, castle, space ship..... the four of them ranging from 6 yrs. to 1 year love it and never grow tired of it. Jan 26, 2014
            Reply to Kim Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Step2Staff: This climber is 70" H x 137" W x 91.5" D and intended for outdoor use only. Dec 4, 2013
            Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Jeanette S: yes, this can be used indoor (if there's enough space for it). check the product descriptions for the dimensions. Dec 4, 2013
            Reply to Jeanette Good answer? Yes (0) No (1)
            A shopper asked: How many feet long are the slides? May 31, 2014
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            Step2Staff: Both slides are 39.5” long. Jun 2, 2014
            Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
            Shounta A: About 3 feel. They aren't very long or steep. Jun 6, 2014
            Reply to Shounta Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Katherine V: 4 1/2 feet Jun 6, 2014
            Reply to Katherine Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            A shopper asked: Is it possible to replace one of the slides with a climbing wall instead? I ask because my son really needs something to climb on as well. Nov 30, 2013
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            michelle m: I use mine for daycare and the way it is constructed I just don't see that happening. I suggest you be creative and build one of your own but I don't see you being able to add to the molded plastic of this unit. Nov 30, 2013
            Reply to michelle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            R. Ann A: Little Tikes offers Little Tikes Endless Adventures Rock Climber and Slide and Endless Adventures® Adjustable Mountain Climber for under $300 each. Climbing Towers Playground for around $900. Dec 5, 2013
            Reply to R. Ann Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
            Penny S: All the pieces fit together like a puzzle, so unless it's a factory option, I don't think it would be possible. Nov 30, 2013
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            Candice A asked: How does this come packed? Is it in 1 box and what are the weight and dimensions? Jul 15, 2014
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            Step2Staff: The Clubhouse Climber comes in 2 boxes. Box 1 is 71.25"x22.75"x47.25" and weighs 99 lbs. Box 2 is 7.125"x22.75"x47.25" and weighs 115 lbs. Jul 15, 2014
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            A shopper asked: what type of surface does this need to be set up on? Can it be on grass and dirt?
            thanks, Grandma J
            May 15, 2014
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            Step2Staff: No, do not install product or surfacing material over concrete, asphalt, packed earth, grass, carpet or any other hard surface. Please refer to the assembly instructions for proper installation here: http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/745000_assembly.pdf May 16, 2014
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            A shopper asked: How high off the ground are the slides? Mar 9, 2014
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            Step2Staff: The platform of this kids climber is 22" off the ground. Mar 11, 2014
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