One of my favourite movies growing up was Harriet the Spy. A film about a child spy who documents her observations of her friends and classmates. There was a part in the movie that involved all the kids building a secret clubhouse where no adults, or spies, were allowed in. I remember being so excited at the prospect of having my own clubhouse. Unfortunately my garden wasn’t big enough to create one. And I didn’t have a tree, so the idea was short-lived. I wish the TreeFort Climbing Frame had been created – it combines a clubhouse in a tree and a climbing frame so would have kept me occupied for hours!
The Treefort Climbing Frame Features
Don’t have a tree? No worries as we have a created a substitute from a thick 150mm round post to support the platform and give your child a sturdy, solid structure. At both the bottom and the top of the post, we have angled supports to give further stability to your structure so your children can play safely come rain, wind, sun or snow (although I wouldn’t advise snow as, if your child is like me, snow will make them clumsy). The TreeFort, along with the rest of our Climbing Frame range, are rigorously tested to EN71 standards ensuring your children, and their friends, are safe whilst playing.
Positioned 1.2m (3’ 11”) from the ground, and with a platform size of 1.17m (3’ 10”) x 1.17m (3’ 10”), the timber platform will be able to comfortably seat two children at any one time. This gives your child, and their best friend, a sheltered space. They can catch up and hold their super secret adult free meetings.
When the serious meeting is over, it’s time for the fun to begin. The TreeFort comes with plenty of activities to keep you entertained. Including a 2.28m (7’ 5”) thick plastic wavy slide for your children to whizz down and start again. The slide will come to you in one piece, rather than separate parts like our competitors, giving you a stronger slide.
We make entering the TreeFort easy, or difficult, so your child can choose what they feel like trying. Maybe they’ll just climb the short ladder to the platform or the attempt to conquer the 1395m Monkeybars. Although we do make it easier to get a good grip by ridging the top of the bars.
If the clubhouse is full, or you don’t feel like attempting the monkeybars, then why not go on the swings. The swings are far from ordinary as the thick moulded plastic. It not only ensures strength but also ensures durability and comfort. We also use ropes on our swings rather than chains so your children won’t risk catching their hands or hair in them.
If you want to keep your child entertained during weekends, evenings and breaks with a TreeFort Climbing Frame than visit our website for more information. Alternatively you can ring our knowledgeable sales team on 01234 272 445. They will be happy to answer any of your questions.