Little Tikes PlayCenter Playground

With the features of large playground equipment!

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A backyard swing set with the features of large playground equipment! The Playcenter Playground features swings, a large kids sliding board, sandbox, cargo net and more. This stylish swing set looks good in any backyard and kids will love the endless number of things to do.
• Splinter-free climber
• Assembles in a fraction of the time it takes for most wood units
• Designed with a big 4 foot-high platform with its own fort
• Multiple-station swing set has two swings and a two-person glider
• Kids small and big can dig the fun in the built-in sandbox
• Sandbox has a lid to keep out weather and debris
• Toy storage area does double-duty for water play (drain plug included)
• A challenging climbing net
• Extra long wavy slide
• Must be anchored
• Anchor kit included
• Maximum number of kids 6
• Weight limit up to 100lbs. per child
• Sandbox holds 200 lbs. of sand (not included)
• Ships in 3 cartons
• Assembly Required


Age 13+
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Little Tikes PlayCenter Playground is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 70.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from pleasantly surprised impressed that delivery was on time, all the parts and materials included, nothing missing, and the product is of good quality. assembly is a lengthly project, took 2 very qualified men (carpenter/mechanic) about 4.5 hrs to put everything together. all the pieces fit and the instructions were adequate. the only negative I can comment is that I live in southwest desert area which can get very hot days, the plastic heats up and the set will get to hot to touch, so cannot play on during the heat of the day. if you have a shady area, would recommend setting up there.
Date published: 2009-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from E.A. Playcenter Playground - WORTH IT I am a single mom in my 40s and if I can build this, anyone can. I built it myself, installed the roof myself. I needed a neighbor's help with two parts only - affixing the steel tube the swings rest on to the plastic A frame, and tightening that bolt. The project took me three days but this also involved digging a fair amount of dirt to level the platform that the sandbox sits in and leveling the legs to the swings. There is a lot of heavy lifting involved for one person. As a single installer, the part I had the most trouble with on my own was putting up the roof - two people would have made it much easier! Also, several parts needed drilled as the holes didn't align or match up the way they should have, especially the glider. The fort part (plastic) was wayyyyy easier to build than the tubular steel swing part. The most difficult part of the project was inserting the long steel tube (the swings attach to) to the plastic A frame (swing legs). The hardware on that part is really badly designed and you have to hold the steel tube (which is really heavy) at a 90 degree angle perpendicular to the A frame OR the threaded bolt will not drop low enough through the plastic A frame for you to affix it with the nut. It literally works on gravity and if you try it in any other position it will NOT work. I think the hardware and design could have been better on this one particular step. Now that it's up, my daughter (who's 2) loves the product and can't get enough swinging in. The labor intensive experience was really worth it ~ she seems quite happy with the sandbox too. We went and bought pink sand (there are different colors available) to fill it with and even the neighbor girl wants to play! Whatever you do, take your time and read each step. Also, again on the frame, be sure when you install screws for the swings that they are in the RIGHT holes.. the thing has holes drilled all over it and if you don't have it exactly as it is pictured (the holes are tiny and small to see in the directions) you will affix the screws to the wrong holes. Good Luck! Also, I do have a pretty stout complaint about the bolt covers (plastic brown caps). They broke during installation, and sometimes when you closed the caps the lids broke off because they are affixed by a thin strip of plastic. Eventually, I only put caps on critical parts (that my daughter would be exposed to).. and skipped them on noncritical areas. I plan to get sealant and spray the whole swingset down because of the reviews I have read about rusting. I will concentrate the spray on the areas I did not cap with bolt covers.
Date published: 2009-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have some suggested improvements I thought that the complaints about the plastic nut caps breaking or being delivered with the link stressed was simply unskilled people being careless during the installation. That was not the case - these caps are a poor design and should either be replaced or many extra spares should be provided. My grandson is still too young to climb the unit himself but I am concerned about the safety of the rear ladder which does not have hand holds.I may add my own ladder.
Date published: 2010-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A fun new adventure Our 3 year old daughter LOVES her new swingset. The sandbox is fun. The lid only fits one way, and isn't exactly what I expected. The water play area will be fun, but has already collected some rain water and some debris from our tree. It is slightly difficult to drain due to the drain being raised higher than other areas. We purchased an additional swing that is safe for a toddler and is a big hit. I believe my husband and brother-in-law had a fairly easy time erecting the playcenter. When the truck arrives you will need at least two strong individuals because it is packaged in three very heavy boxes. (My husband and the truck driver were able to unload it because we had little notice it was coming) Our daughter absolutely loves the slide and the rope ladder. The rear ladder is difficult to climb as it goes straight up and then even has a ledge you almost have to lean back to climb over. (she still does it) the two child rider is fun, and we have had children from age 2-10 playing on it and everyone had fun. The anchors are fairly good. If you have older heavier children playing on it frequently, it may be wise to anchor further in cement. Over all it is a wonderful swingset. It is nice not worrying about splinters, and the sandbox is spacious. We love it!
Date published: 2010-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great play structure My son has loved this play structure for 4-5 years. We like the durability and easy maintanence, no splinters. The covered sandbox is a plus, the glider is fun, the swings are adjustable and can grow with the child, the rope ladder helps build agility and confidence. I am very glad we bought this strucute vs. a wooden one.
Date published: 2008-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lasts For Years Bought this for my granddaughters twelve years ago. Was easy to put together. After 12 years in the desert heat and sun and daily bombardment by sprinklers it still looks really good. Just gave it to me neighbor for his kids and I'll bet it easily lasts another 12 years.
Date published: 2016-05-02
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