The 10 Best Play Slides For Kids

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This wiki has been updated 27 times since it was first published in October of 2016. Youngsters of all ages love the feeling of speed, so your little one is bound to get hours of fun and healthy exercise from one of these slides. We have included both indoor and outdoor models, freestanding designs, and those that mount to other structures, as well as options for kids both very young and a tad older. Note that children should always be supervised when playing on one of these. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Step2 Play Up

2. Little Tikes First

3. Step2 Game Time Sports Climber

Editor's Notes

March 26, 2019:

Slide are one of the most iconic items on a playground. In fact, we are willing to bet you can't recall the last time you saw one that didn't have a slide. This isn't really a surprise though, when you consider how much children love them. Whatever the age of your kid, we have a model perfectly suited to them. If you have a toddler on your hands, you'll want to take a look at the Step2 Play Up, Little Tikes First, Step2 Game Time Sports Climber, Step2 Naturally Playful Lookout, Little Tikes Easy Store, and Eezy Peezy Active Play 3-in-1, as they are all low enough to the ground that the chance of injury will be mitigated if they happen to fall off. For older children, in the 6 to 10 age range, we have included the Swing-N-Slide Cool Wave, Swing-N-Slide Side Winder, and Platports Wavy. The PlayEasy Climber and Swing Set sits in the middle ground of these two groups. While not large enough for older kids, it is bigger than the other models for tots, so there is no reason a four year old or even a small five year old would enjoy spending time on it.

4. Swing-N-Slide Cool Wave

5. Step2 Naturally Playful Lookout

6. PlayEasy Climber and Swing Set

7. Little Tikes Easy Store

8. Swing-N-Slide Side Winder

9. Platports Wavy

10. Eezy Peezy Active Play 3-in-1

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