Holds up to four children with a maximum weight of 110 lb. per child
High-rail wave slide and rock wall/ladder combo
Shaded sandbox area (sand not included)
Canopy-covered upper deck
Dimensions (Overall): 10 feet (L) x 10 feet (W) x 8 feet (H)
Material: Wood (Frame)
Suggested Age: 3-10 Years
Mount Type: Surface mounted
Sustainability Certifications: Not listed or certified
Frame Color: Brown
Slide type: Straight slide
Number of slides: 1
Number of swings: 2
Swing type: Belt swing
Holds up to: 440 pounds
Warranty: 5 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 091-15-1809
Simple and compact—yet with enough fun to keep up to four kids entertained at once—the Big Backyard Sunview II Play / Swing Set by KidKraft is the perfect activity center for smaller back yards. Only slightly larger than a traditional swing set, Sunview II also has the premium features kids love, including an extra-deep high-rail wave slide, exciting rock-climbing wall, shaded upper deck and a cozy sandbox. And on top of it all: a spacious wooden swing set with a pair of sturdy belt swings that let two high-flying friends soar side-by-side. Sunview II is crafted from high quality cedar lumber, which comes pre-cut, pre-drilled and pre-stained for easier assembly—all in a single box. When a swing set alone just isn’t enough, the superior small-backyard solution is Sunview II by KidKraft.
I had to hire someone from Task Rabbit to help me build it - definitely a 2-person job, and for the money, it's okay - but the wood is pretty flimsy and I don't imagine it lasting more than two years, tops. But, my kid did shriek with joy when she saw it, and seems to like it so far... also, it's good that it fits in a pretty small area.
Was excited to get a smaller swing set for a cheaper price and once set up, it is a fun swing set. But if you are a normal person (not an engineer or handyman) it is very challenging to set up with the instructions given. It took many people sever hours to get it all together and we had to make some of our own guesses and modifications along the way because the directions or pieces were incorrect. Now that we have it put together we love it. But it was not easy to assemble at all!