The Atlantis is chock full of features but still fits in smaller yards. It has an awesome upper clubhouse with bay windows and a sun porch. Down below there's room for a sand box and a snack / activity shelf lets kids play and sip some refreshments at the same time. A standard ladder and solid rock wall allow climbing to be both easy or challenging. The 8' speedy slide is safe and fast. There are two belt swings and a two-person glider so four can swing at once (sand sold separately).
Features cute upper clubhouse with bay windows and a sun porch plus swings, slide, and even a solid rock wall
- Raised clubhouse with bay windows and sun porch
- Lower fort with sand box area and snack / activity shelf
- 8' Super Safe Speedy Slide
- Standard ladder
- Solid rock wall ladder
- Two belts swings and a two-person glider
- Upper deck dimensions: 64" x 40"
- Deck height: 4'
- Sand required: 7 cu ft
SKU 116070100 Model 65210 Weight 400.0000 Color No size No Width No In Store Only No Price $799.99
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- Lots of pieces! Review by Grandpa Norm
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Let me just say up front, that organizing all your pieces will make this project go a lot faster! There are lots of boards and bolts which can make it overwhelming at first! If you don't like putting things together, hire this job out.
But, that said, this project is fun to build. The project came to me in two equal-size boxes strapped together on a long wooden pallet on a big truck with a lift-gate feature. Mine weighed 400 pounds total, so having a helper to move your box around is a must. My driver was able to assist me getting it into my double garage where I planned to start laying it all out on tables before moving out to the yard for final placement.
I got out my instructions which are very helpful and started the organizing part by laying out bags of screws & bolts by similar type and size and checking to see that it's all there. Use the directions that come with your boxes--the PDF file I downloaded had different numbers for some of the parts which added to my confusion on what I really had! I also unpacked all the boards and swing pieces and placed them by number order. Each board is stamped with a number (like M80, N782) in the corner, so it helps to put similar items together. Check to make sure you have all your boards you are supposed to. You don't want to start building and then find out you may be short some boards. For some parts, there are many boards, for others, maybe only one. I was missing a couple and Customer Service at Backyard Discovery shipped me out replacements quickly and courteously.
I took my time with my father-in-law to help me and it took us several nights and a couple of days dodging rain to set it up. Some may be able to do this project faster, but don't rush it. Don't over tighten the bolts and screws as it says in the instructions. The stuff stays together well.
One other helpful hint might be to put your clear finish on before you build it. It's a little difficult to get into all the nooks and crannies after you build it--I'm not as agile as my grandson! I was anxious to get started and didn't clear finish it first, so I would change that aspect if I had to do it over again.
My grandson loves the play set and he is anxious to have his friends over to play on it as well. This is a nice set and I recommend it.
(Posted on 6/14/2016)
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