Backyard Discovery Woodridge II All Cedar Wood Playset Swing Set
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- A woodridge swing set with an enormous upper backyard fort, porch and even a crow's nest. There are also a lower playdeck, 2 belt swings, a trapeze swing, a slide and a sandbox
- Heavy duty Backyard Discovery kids fort with wood roof. Covered side porch with 5-ft high sun deck. An elevated tunnel to a crow's nest.
- Railings surround the lower wooden playdeck with a bench seat and a sandbox for kids in this large swing set
- Two standard belt swing set swings and a swing trapeze bar. A 10 foot slide for kids - super safe but speedy
- A rock climbing wall ladder and a standard ladder adorn this woodridge swing set
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Keep an eye on the whole yard and beyond from the crow's nest.
Upper and Lower Forts
With plenty of room for a rousing game of chase or relaxing with a solo art project, our clubhouses are the perfect social clubs or secret hideouts.
Rock Wall Ladder
More exciting than your average ladder, this challenging rock climbing wall stimulates coordination, muscle strength and motor skills. Its metal grab handles ensure safe and easy entry and exits from the connected upper fort.
3 Position Swing Beam
With two belt swings and an acrobat bar, there’s an activity for everyone, from the young beginners to the most athletic swingers.
Woodridge II Swing Set
All Cedar Construction
The Woodridge II is made from 100% cedar. With small, tight knot structure, your lumber will be less likely to develop small cracks emanating from knots. In laboratory testing, our durable cedar wood proved to be rot resistant and highly resistant to natural decay. All lumber is pre-stained for a smooth and clear appearance, as well as cut and stamped with the part number to help speed up the building process. Some pilot-hole drilling may be required. Our patented Safe-T-Fuse hardware makes assembly easy and secure. Its laminated swing beam is built strong, with steel clam-shell brackets to ensure that swinging is always safe.
- Large raised fort with panelized wooden roof
- Covered porch, sand box area, and sun deck
- Crow's Nest
- Elevated tunnel
- Shaded lower fort with bench
- Two belts-swings and one acrobat bar
- 10 ft. Spedy Slide
Our exclusive Safe-T-Fuse locking nuts resist loosening over time and their rounded surfaces won’t catch on clothing or cause scrapes.
Heavy Duty Brackets
High strength steel brackets join all our major components together. The powder coating applied to all metal parts provides maximum protection from the elements.
All of our swing sets and pergolas are made from 100% cedar wood. With a chemical-free stain safe for children and animals, this high quality material naturally resists mold and decay. All plastic components are also UV resistant.
All Backyard Discovery sets meet or exceed the toughest safety standards to ensure your family and friends are safe when using any of our products.
The Woodridge II has an enormous raised clubhouse with covered side porch and open front sunporch. There's plenty of room for all to play on the top level, and they get there by a step ladder or a rock wall ladder that leads to a crow's nest and an elevated tunnel! Kids swing on two belt swings or a trapeze for some serious monkeying around. The 10' wave slide makes the Woodridge truly awesome! This is a fantastic swing set that will last for years. Made from 100% cedar wood that is pre-cut, pre-drilled, and pre-stained for ease of assembly. Upper deck height: 5' and Upper deck dimensions: 93" x 76"
Seller Warranty Description
Warranty: 1 yr manufacturer's defect on parts, 5 yr pro-rated on wood for rot and decay
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Top Customer Reviews
It took me four short cold December days to do the ground prep, sorting, and build, a total of about 15-20 hrs. I'm a handy lady but not a pro builder.
I made some modifications--I put the slide where the ladder goes, and moved the ladder to the front. This involved just a little cutting and drilling but was easy to figure out. This way I could tuck it into a corner.
This set is great, in that it is a large clubhouse that older kids can stand up in, and the tunnel over the swings is a fantastic extra feature. It would be even better if the slide/ladder/doors were more configurable rather than hacking, and a more detailed measured drawing before building would have helped a lot in preparing the site.
-let the slide and tunnel plastic sit in the sun before wrestling with them.
-Have two battery packs per driver, I had a spare and the swap-outs saved a lot of time that way. My drill has one battery pack, and that caused some trouble. There isn't much drilling, however.
-Note SUPER CAREFULLY the orientation of each piece. A couple pieces I put on backwards and had to remove and reorient. It can be hard to notice all the little predrilled holes, check each piece carefully.
-Sortting the hardware into step baggies is a lifesaver. There is a little extra hardware, keep it around in case you lose something. A couple screws were mal-formed, having the spares all clipped together in their original bags helped.
- I put every piece touching the ground on doubled 2x6 ground-contact treated lumber. This actually made the leveling and squaring much much easier than trying to do it on bare dirt. After getting the first four walls level and square, I was super-impressed that every piece thereafter fit well. I did not have to check level and square again after the first few steps, since the engineering and tolerances of the whole thing are pretty good.
- The kids will want to "help" and play on it before it is done. I suggest bolting the ladder and slide on as early as possible to help yourself get up and down, as well as making it safer for curious kiddos.
- If you are building on bare damp dirt (with intermittent rain like I did), flatten all the boxes around it to keep your shoes clean, because you will be all over this thing. If you have cardboard to spare, you might want to put it down to protect the floors while you work with heavy shoes and tools.
When the 4 boxes arrived I went through each one and inventoried everything. No parts were missing however I did have 4 cracked boards. Called Backyard Discoveries, gave them the part numbers and they sent them out free of charge. They took about a week to be delivered but luckily I hadn't planned on putting the set together for another few days.
You'll see some custom things we did from the attached pictures. We used treated 2x6 boards for the base (and to level) and cut 1.5" furring strips to attach them to the playset. From here we used 10" Liberty Outdoor pigtail anchors to secure it to the ground. The playset did come with the basic, straight rebar anchors but we did not use them. We also finished the lower decking to be straight across after purchasing cedar decking boards and staining them a "cinnamon" color from Lowes. Matched really well. Purchased a glider from here on Amazon and drilled extra holes for it. The swing beam doesn't seem to be long enough to comfortably accommodate 3 swings but I plan to mount the hanging bar and see if there are issues when multiple kids are on the swings.
I liked the Woodridge design because it uses the space above the swing beam and most sets do not. Kids love the tunnel and crow's nest. We also liked this set because there was a "house" for our daughter (lower decking) and "fort" for our son. In the end it was worth the work but I'm not looking forward to sealing this every year even with a paint sprayer. Now I'm curious to see how well it will hold up to Iowa weather.