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Megaland Pop-Up Playset: Play Tents, Tunnels, and Balls
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Editorial Reviews:

Editorial Review
A landscape of tunnels and hiding dens can instantly be assembled in your yard or family room with this compact modular play structure. One of the best features is the abundance of colorful balls (there are 50!). Pile them all into one cube and children can experience the feel of a small-scale ball room like the ones in commercial play areas. When children tire of burrowing, crawling, and hiding, they can use the balls to shoot hoops into the built-in basket. The pop-up nylon play structure is easy to assemble, but be careful while assembling--modules spring open quickly. The challenge is folding it back into the carrying cases (no careless cramming--adults will have to follow instructions carefully). Megaland works with other PlayHut structures. The set includes one large hut with basket, one medium hut, one small block, two tunnels, two carrying bags, and 50 balls. --Gail Hudson

Product Details
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 Based on 45 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 1336

Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5DELIGHTFUL FUN!, Apr 3, 2023
I am SO glad we decided to splurge on this ball tent set! We could not get our toddler to crawl through a long tunnel we already had; so I was not sure this would be a good buy, but we took that chance. He LOVES it and plays in it every day. He runs in to get to the balls. I have even climbed in there with him, but there's not much room to move for an adult! It takes up a lot of space, but I like that we can just set up the basketball/ball tent or any tent on its own when space is limited. The basketball hoop is a VERY fun addition. I love tossing the balls in there easily to show my little one how. What a great buy!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5Jenya 76, Mar 27, 2023
This is a wounderfull toy , especially if you have few kids of close age so they can play together. My 3 children have hours of fun with it. I wish that there were more balls, but overall great thing to have!!! And for this price it is really worth it.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

5Most used toy in our home!, Feb 14, 2023
This is a wonderful playset. All three of my kids (ages 2, 4, and 7) love playing in it. Even with their friends romping about in it, it has held up beautifully. The girls have tea parties in it and the boys plan missions. Very fun, very durable. Only drawbacks are that more balls are needed for the ball pit and you need a huge playroom to set the entire set up together. It's modular though so you can modify it to the space you do have available.

2 of 11 people found the following review helpful:

5coolie, Jan 19, 2023
i'm 2 and STILL play with this toyie. my gal pals says it babyish but i dont care. even though i 2 i STILLLLLLLLLL looooooooooooooooveeeeeeeeeeee tttttttttittttttt@

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

5Christmas hit!, Jan 11, 2023
Santa gave the Playhut Megaland to my 20 month old for Christmas. It has become far and away the most played-with toy in our house, by both her and my 4 year old. The toy is VERY large, so we put everything but the ball pit in the basement. We started out with the ball pit down there as well, but after hearing "more balls" from my youngest about 500 times a day, we decided to move it upstairs. The two of them like to turn it on its side and pretend it is a boat or spaceship or house the big bad wolf is trying to blow down -- I'm sure you get the idea. I agree with the other reviewers that the ballpit is too shallow. We bought 100 extra balls, so they don't stay in at all. I make a game of dropping them back in on the girls, and even that is fun. I don't think the shallowness of the ballpit is necessarily a design flaw, though, because if the lip came up higher my kids would trip over it constantly. I would HIGHLY recommend this toy. It is the first thing my daughter thinks about in the morning and the last thing she wants to do before she goes to bed at night!


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