SwingSesh Playground

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  • Outdoor gym and playground combo
  • Child-friendly 
  • Patent-pending
  • Customizable packages
  • Optional children accessories and rack attachments
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SwingSesh Review (2024): Expert-Tested, Kid-Approved Fitness Playset

SwingSesh Review (2024): Expert-Tested, Kid-Approved Fitness Playset

A playground for all members of the family? In our SwingSesh review, we’ll take a look at this kid’s playset that doubles as a home gym. Read the full review.

Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Eligible for HSA/FSA payments
  • Family bonding experience
  • Upgradeable and customizable
  • Durable construction
  • Unique versatility between playset and outdoor home gym
What needs improvement ...
  • On the pricier side of home gyms and playsets
  • Optional installation service is an extra fee
  • Earthwork may be required to achieve level surface

Product Summary



Varies per playset


starts at $3,200


2.5" x 2.5" 7-gauge steel uprights


UV and weather resistant thermoplastic coating

Features and Extras

10-ft rotomolded plastic slide, swings, monkey bars, climbing ladder, pull-up bars, box jumps, dip bars, 15-ft climbing rope extension, wall ball target, 5-ft play deck


30-day return policy (subject to 20% restocking fee)


5 years

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      The SwingSesh Playground is a patent-pending outdoor gym and playground combination. It offers hours of outdoor entertainment and exercise for kids in addition to endless combinations of workouts for adults of all levels. Gym features vary by package and can be customized. You’ll be able to perform pull-ups, core exercises, box jumps, step ups, dips, and barbell squats (with your own barbell, of course).