|Product Type: Residential||Gender: Girl; Boy|
|Age Group: 3 to 4 Years; 5 to 6 Years||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Step2 products are made using rotational molding, a process that Tom Murdough pioneered for use in the consumer products market. Step2 is one of the largest rotational molding companies in the world.
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Joyce from Bluffton, IN– Verified Buyer
It is sturdy and not too hard to put together. The kids like to play capture the flag. The younger kids play on the bottom & the 4 year old sister sits on the top to avoid the little boys
Loads of Fun
BW from Scottsdale, AZ
We have a two boys (2 and 4) and they love this climber. They love the "rock climbing" aspect. Plan on a couple hours for assembly (fairly painless). Overall, our family is very happy with the purchase
Hours of enjoyment
Paul from New Haven Area, CT– Verified Buyer
Great product and very stable when multiple children are playing at one time.
A great purchase!
BusyMom from Wisconsin
We were very impressed with this product. We wanted something different from a swingset and this meets the criteria. My children who range in age from 14- 1 year old really enjoy this climbing wall.
Lakeview from Vermont– Verified Buyer
The kids love it, unique because it is affordable, sturdy and free-standing. No walls required.
Mamabenny from Kingston, Ont, Canada– Verified Buyer
Our 5 yr old outgrew all our backyard toys this past year; her brother inherits them all...we have a challenging, sloped yard, so a large play structure was not an option...this climber is a perfect addition to our side yard/play area. It takes up minimal space, but provides hours of entertainment, not only physical, but lots of imagination play too. Was fairly simple to assemble as well. Highly recommend it to anyone looking to get good play value out of their $$$.
Wow!!!! We are really impressed
Nini from Denver Metro area, CO
My husband and I were looking for something in our backyard for the grandkids that they wouldn't outgrow so quickly. That seems to be the biggest problem with so many outdoor toys for kids. Our 14-year old granddaughter says that when the younger grandkids are not playing on the "mountain" she'll read a book curled up on the platform. Our 4-year old grandson was a bit challenged to climb it, but he made it all the way to the top. He and our 7-year old granddaughter are planning on a lot of mornings or afternoons over at our house - that is icing on the cake for us!