How much do these kids love their Rainbow playsets?

Watch these videos and you will see!

Rainbow invites you to see our swing sets and playsets in action. From the quality of our materials to their assembly and installation, you’ll see why our reputation for excellence is well deserved.

Most importantly, we encourage you to see the happiness on faces of the little ones in the videos as they play on their Rainbow swing set. We think you’ll see what we see — excitement and joy!

Getting Started

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Choosing a Wooden Play Set – Watch and learn how to get started on designing your very own Rainbow Play System play set!

Audio: Rainbow offers you more sizes and play options than anyone.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline “Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name”.

Audio: That’s because for over 25 years we’ve listened to families like yours for new ideas and features and added them as options to our Rainbow Play Systems.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: That’s a lot of ideas to choose from.
Visual: There is a close-up of a young girl looking out of binoculars on a Rainbow Play playset and then she smiles and waves. Then there is a clip of a child climbing up a rock wall and a child playing with a ship’s wheel on a Rainbow Play playset.

Audio: But it’s also a lot of fun.
Visual: Three kids are having fun playing on a tire swing.

Audio: Can you imagine what it was like before super scoop slides, race car tire swings, and rock walls?
Visual: A young girl slides down a yellow slide on a Rainbow Play playset and runs to play with other children on the playset.

Audio: Now getting started building your dream Rainbow play system is as easy as 1 2 3.
Visual: Two parents look on the Rainbow Play Systems website to start building their custom playset. The website interface is shown.

Audio: Then let your imagination go with over a hundred options to choose from. Make your Rainbow one-of-a-kind.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: First is step 1: Choose style. You can choose between a Castle or Clubhouse and each style offers unique play advantages.
Visual: Images of the castle and the clubhouse options are shown side by side.

Audio: The castle style features open play areas, a 360-degree tire swing under the fort, Jacob’s rope ladder, super flared canopy with flags and two extra-wide climbing options. The castle is also the perfect choice for unlevel yards.
Visual: A close-up of the castle style is shown with a bulleted list of the features being discussed.

Audio: The clubhouse style gives you more enclosed play areas, a ramp, and lots of lower-level options including a playhouse, cabin package, lemonade stand, general store, sandbox, or picnic table.
Visual: A close-up of the clubhouse style is shown with a bulleted list of the features being discussed.
Audio: You can compare features throughout our website and catalogs.
Visual: Images of the castle and the clubhouse options are shown side by side.

Audio: Next comes step two: Choose size.
Visual:

Audio: Sizes are based on platform height, swing beam height, and slide length. Platform height starts at 4 feet 10 inches up to a towering 7 feet 2 inches in the King Kong Series.
Visual: Images of different models of the playset scroll through which includes the Carnival, Fiesta, Sunshine, Rainbow, Monster, and King Kong models. There is also a bulleted list of the different sizing categories.

Audio: You’ll find size and footprint details throughout our website and catalogs.
Visual: Two different playset models are shown side by side.

Audio: Now you’re ready for step 3: Customize.
Visual:

Audio: It’s time to let your imagination soar.
Visual: A gallery of images of children playing on Rainbow Play Systems scroll by.

Audio: Rainbow offers your children the largest selection of play features in America.
Visual: Various close-up images of children playing on Rainbow Play Systems are presented.

Audio: Choose play options, color options, swing options, slide options. You name it. Make it your dream Rainbow.
Visual: Various images of different Rainbow Play Systems models are shown.

Audio: Starting with a package one, Rainbow modular components are designed to easily. expand as children grow and become more active.
Visual: An illustration of a package one is shown.

Audio: For example, add a swing beam and you have our family favorite package 2.
Visual: A swing set is added on to the original illustration.

Audio: Which can easily expand to include monkey bars, a package 3.
Visual: Monkey bars are added to the illustration.

Audio: A penthouse, package 4, or a spiral slide, making it a package 5 and a lot of fun.
Visual: A penthouse and spiral slide are added to the illustration.

Audio: There’s nothing else like a Rainbow and there’s nothing else quite like a professional Rainbow installation crew.
Visual: A truck pulls in with a Rainbow trailer and two members of the installation crew open up the trailer.

Audio: With the right power tools and a helpful friend, you can assemble a typical Rainbow Play System in about a day.
Visual: Two people are working together to assemble the playset.

Audio: Or you don’t have to lift a finger. Relax. Put a professional Rainbow installation crew to work.
Visual: The Rainbow installation crew works to assemble a playset in a backyard.

Audio: And you’ll have an assembled Rainbow in no time.
Visual: A member of the Rainbow installation crew slides down the slide of the fully assembled playset.

Audio: Rainbow Play Systems are carefully designed to spark imagination in kids young and old.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: and built to last with quality materials and components.
Visual: Close-up clips of the wood and playset components are shown.

Audio: Get started on your family’s dream Rainbow.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: We invite you to visit our showroom. You can climb, swing, and slide and check everything out. Put your Rainbow to a play test.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name.

Start them Young

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The many reasons why Rainbow Play Systems are the long-lasting durable play systems that grow as your child gets older.

Audio: It’s never too early to give your child the tools to help develop their muscles and imagination.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: Play is an important part of childhood development.
Visual: There is a close-up of a young girl looking out of binoculars on a Rainbow Play playset and then she smiles and waves.

Audio: That can help build self-confidence, social skills, and spark imagination.
Visual: Various children are climbing and swinging on a Rainbow Play System

Audio: Instead of buying a smaller toy store playset your child will quickly outgrow.
Visual: A toddler is climbing on a Rainbow Play System.

Audio: and another playset in three to four years.
Visual: A child around the age of 4 is climbing on a Rainbow Play System.

Audio: make a one-time purchase that’s designed and built to last throughout their entire childhood.
Visual: A toddler and a child around the age of 4 are climbing on a Rainbow Play System next to each other and then there is a close-up of the toddler.

Audio: Rainbow Play Systems are carefully designed to offer a fun-filled combination of imaginative and active play features.
Visual: There is a shot of an empty Rainbow Play System in a backyard that turns into a group of children having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: Whether it’s a fort for all sorts of important get-togethers.
Visual: There is a close-up shot of the fort area of a playset.

Audio: or a climbing wall and slide.
Visual: A child climbs up a rock wall on a playset and another child goes down a slide.

Audio: A Rainbow lets you add and combine play features for years of interest and activity as your child grows.
Visual: A child climbs up a rock wall on a Rainbow Play System and then waves from the top of the playset.

Audio: Rainbow not only offers more play options to choose from, you’ll find the majority of options are active features promoting healthy play and development because that’s what really makes a rainbow fun.
Visual: There are various close-ups of children climbing, swinging, and playing on a Rainbow Play System.

Audio: Even if your child is 2 or 3 now it’s important to look ahead.
Visual: There is a close-up of a toddler on a Rainbow Play slide and another one of a toddler swinging.

Audio: and design your play system as though your child were 9 or 10 years old.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard and then there is a close-up of a boy waving while swinging.

Audio: Rainbows are designed for your children to grow into not out of.
Visual: Young children are crawling through the fort area of the Rainbow Play System.

Audio: Because you can easily add features and new play options as your children grow with hundreds of models and play options. The only limit is your imagination.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play playset in a backyard.

Audio: Put a Rainbow to the test. Come and play on one.
Visual: A USA map is shown indicating states where Rainbow Play showrooms are located:

  • Washington
  • California
  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • North Dakota
  • South Dakota
  • Nebraska
  • Oklahoma
  • Texas
  • Arizona
  • Kansas
  • Minnesota
  • Iowa
  • Missouri
  • Wisconsin
  • Illinois
  • Tennesee
  • Indiana
  • Michigan
  • Ohio
  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Virginia
  • Maryland
  • New Jersey
  • Connecticut
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Massachusetts
  • Maine

Audio: Visit your Rainbow showroom.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name.

Roving Reporter

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Watch and see kids reveal the 38 things they can do on a Rainbow.

Audio: We interrupt this program for really important news.
Visual: A play button is pressed on a tape player and a child holds up a homemade sign that says “Play News.”

Audio: We have breaking news about playing on a Rainbow. Nobody really knows how many things you can do on a Rainbow so we asked a bunch of kids how many things you can do on a Rainbow.
Visual: A young girl is talking into a microphone as a reporter with a banner across the bottom of the screen saying “Raven – Roving Reporter.”

Audio: How many things can you do on a Rainbow?
Visual: Raven interviews a younger girl and a banner across the bottom of the screen saying “Jenny – Tire Swing Fan.”

Audio: Probably 30 sets.
Visual: Jenny answers Raven’s questions.

Audio: How many things can you do on a Rainbow?
Visual: Raven interviews another girl with a banner across the bottom of the screen saying “Ashley – Rock Wall Champion Climber.”

Audio: I can’t count that big.
Visual: Ashley answers Raven’s question.

Audio: How many things can you do on a Rainbow?
Visual: Raven interviews a boy with a banner across the bottom of the screen saying “Austin – Monkey Bar Expert.”

Audio: Like forty hundred million.
Visual: Austin answers Raven’s question.

Audio: How many things can you do on a Rainbow? We went all over the neighborhood and asked kids. Here’s what we found out. Play it. Play it.
Visual: Raven is talking into a microphone as a reporter and whispers to someone off screen to “play it.”

Audio:
Visual: Four squares with different shots of children playing on different Rainbow Play Systems are shown.

Audio:
Visual: There’s a close-up of a boy swinging marked with a “1.”

Audio:
Visual: There is a girl going down a slide, marked with a “2.”

Audio: Three!
Visual: There is a girl climbing up a slide marked with a “3” and a boy holding up three fingers appearing on the screen three times.

Audio:
Visual: There are two girls swinging next to each other, marked with a “4.”

Audio: It’s a tea party!
Visual: Three girls are having a tea party on a Rainbow Play System, marked with a “5.”

Audio:
Visual: A boy is playing with a ship’s wheel on a Rainbow Play System, marked with a “6.”

Audio:
Visual: Two girls are waving out of a bubble tunnel on a Rainbow Play System, marked with a “7.”

Audio: Tube slide! Woah!
Visual: A boy goes down a tube slide, marked with an “8.”

Audio:
Visual: Two girls are playing in a sandbox and then an adult turns around wearing a jersey that says “Peterson” with the number “9” on it and “9” is on the screen as well.

Audio: Ahoy land ho!
Visual: A boy is pretending to be a pirate, marked with a “10.”

Audio:
Visual: Two girls are swinging back to back on a glider swing, marked with an “11”.

Audio: Hi!
Visual: Two girls climb up a Rainbow Play System and wave, marked with a “12”.

Audio: Woo!
Visual: A boy runs and jumps on a swing, marked with a “13.”

Audio:
Visual: A girl crawls through a tunnel, marked with a “14.”

Audio:
Visual: A boy climbs up a ladder, marked with a “15.”

Audio:
Visual: Two girls climb up a rope ladder, marked with a “16”.

Audio: $1.60
Visual: Two kids play pretend grocery shopping, marked with a “17.”

Audio:
Visual: A girl swings on a bar, marked with an “18”.

Audio: Nineteen!
Visual: Kids run after each other on top of a Rainbow Play System marked with “19,” and then three kids make the shape of 19 with their bodies.

Audio:
Visual: A little girl swings in a bucket swing, marked with “20”.

Audio:
Visual: A girl climbs up a rock wall, marked with “21”.

Audio: That’s a lot of cool stuff. We’re gonna go live to my big brother who has more things you can do on a Rainbow.
Visual: Raven is talking into a microphone as a reporter with a banner across the bottom of the screen saying “Raven – Riving Reporter.”

Audio: That’s right. I figured people want to know what us older and cooler kids like to do on Rainbow. You know, things maybe the little kids can’t do yet. I asked around and here’s what I found out. Roll it.
Visual: The brother comes on screen, takes the microphone, and pushes Raven off screen.

Audio:
Visual: Kids swing high up with “Swing super high!” and “22” written on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: A boy spins two other boys on a tire swing with “Spin super fast!” and “23” on the screen.

Audio: Shimmy shimmy shimmy!
Visual: A boy shimmies across a bar with “Shimmy bars” and “24” on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: Kids climb up a rock wall with “Rock on the rock wall” and “25” on the screen.

Audio: I’m climbing like a monkey! Wee!
Visual: A boy uses the monkey bars with “Skip a rung” and “26” on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: A girl is swinging on top of a tire with “Top of the tire” and “27” on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: Two girls are playing house with “playhouse” and “28” on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: A boy is reading a book on a swinging bench with “read a book” and “29” on screen. Then there are cookies arranged to make “29” and a kid grabs a cookie.

Audio:
Visual: A kid goes down a slide with “whirl down the spiral slide” and “30” on screen.

Audio:
Visual: A girl climbed up the rope ladder and high fives another kid going down the slide with “Climb and high five” and “31” on the screen.

Audio:
Visual: A kid pushes their younger sister on a swing with “Give your sister a push!” and “32” on screen.

Audio: There you have it. Lots of cool stuff for us older kids to do. You’re it! Okay gotta go. Back to you.
Visual: Aidan runs on screen and pushes himself off a tree and starts reporting into a microphone. A girl runs by and tags him then he hands the mic over to Raven and runs off.

Audio: Big brothers. Okay umm it sounds like there’s something going on across the street. Let’s check it out.
Visual: Raven is talking into a microphone as a reporter.

Audio:
Visual: A kid zooms out of a slide, marked with “33”.

Audio: Yeah I won!
Visual: Two girls play tic tac toe and high five, marked with a “34”.

Audio:
Visual: A girl waves and climbs up the rope ladder, marked with a “35”.

Audio: You’re upside down.
Visual: A girl hangs upside down from a bar, marked with a “36”.

Audio:
Visual: Kids climb up a Rainbow Play System, marked with a “37”.

Audio: Look here comes more kids!
Visual: A girl looks through binoculars marked with a “38” and points. You see kids playing on a Rainbow Play System in the view of the binoculars.

Audio: We’re getting results in now. We have a total number of 38.
Visual: Raven is talking into a microphone as a reporter and then a group of kids is shown pointing to a big ”38” written on the ground with chalk.

Audio: 38 things you can do on a Rainbow. That’s a lot. How many cool things can you do on a Rainbow? Probably more than 38. We have to go back to regularly scheduled programs now. Thanks. Signing off. Cut! Cut!
Visual: Raven is talking into a microphone as a reporter with “Breaking News” blinking on the screen and a banner across the bottom of the screen that says “38 Fun Things! Wow!” She ducks down out of frame when she’s done talking.

Audio: With hundreds of models and options to choose from, you’ll never run out of fun things to do on a Rainbow. Let your imagination soar. Play on your very own Rainbow.
Visual: Kids run in screaming to play on a Rainbow with all the different Rainbow features scrolling down the screen.

Big Meeting

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See the experts present their reasons on why you need to buy a Rainbow Play System.

Audio:A new Rainbow Play System will result in a 76% growth in safe healthy exercise.
Visual: A boy and a girl are dressed as business people presenting poster boards to their parents.

Audio: A 58% drop in indoor noise levels and a 91% increase in fun and imaginative play for your children. That’s us. So, any questions?
Visual: There is a close-up of the girl pushing up her glasses while the boy speaks and then both of them are shown.

Audio: We’re sold.
Visual: The parents are shown nodding to each other.

Audio:: Yes!
Visual: There is a close-up of the boy pumping his arm in victory.

Audio: Unmatched in safety, quality, and fun. It’s easy to make a case for a Rainbow Play System.
Visual: Various clips of children having fun playing on a Rainbow Play System are shown.

Audio: Billy, anything you care to add?
Visual: The two kids in business clothes are shown again and the boy speaks to his baby brother off screen.

Audio:: Rainbow.
Visual: A close-up of the baby saying one word and eating with his hands is shown.

Audio: Rainbow. Where imaginations soar.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name. “Call 1-800-RAINBOW (1-800-724-6269) or visit us online: www.rainbowplay.com” text appears.

Rainbow Professional Installation

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Sit back, relax and watch the experts go to work.

Audio:
Visual: A truck pulling a Rainbow Play Systems trailer drives up a driveway.

Audio: Depending on the system you choose.
Visual: Two members of the Rainbow installation crew open up their trailer and one of them begins removing parts of a playset.

Audio: It all starts with over 1800 pounds of structure and more than 1000 parts and pieces.
Visual: All the parts needed to assemble a Rainbow Play System are laid out on the grass.

Audio: What really makes Rainbow Play Systems unique are the quality materials, design, and craftsmanship that all magically fit together and come to life in your backyard.
Visual: Various clips of the Rainbow installation crew carrying parts and assembling the Rainbow Play System are shown.

Audio: With the right power tools and one or two days for assembly, you can install most systems yourself or authorized Rainbow installers can take care of everything for you.
Visual: Various clips are shown of the Rainbow installation crew carrying parts and assembling the Rainbow Play System. The playset is getting close to being finished.

Audio: All you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch the experts go to work.
Visual: Final touches are put on building the Rainbow playset by adding the fort and screwing on the Rainbow Play Systems metal plaque. One of the installation crew members goes down the slide of a completed playset.

My Rainbow Rocks Because…

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Happy families share the fun they have on their Rainbow swing sets and play systems.

Audio: “Baby” by Justin Bieber begins
Visual: Title: “Summer 2010 Our Rainbow Rocks Because…”

Audio: Song Lyrics: “You know you love me, I know you care. Just shout whenever and I’ll be there”
Visual: Animated hearts fade into a picture of kids swinging on a Rainbow Play System.

Audio:: Song Lyrics: “You want my love, you want my heart. And we will never, ever, ever be apart”
Visual: Star animation fades into a picture of a girl going down a slide.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Are we an item? Girl, quit playin’”
Visual: Circle animation fades into a picture of a young girl playing on a tire swing.

Audio: Song Lyrics: We’re just friends, what are you sayin’? Said “There’s another,” and looked right in my eyes. My first love broke my heart for the first time, and I was like Baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: An adult man pushes a girl on a swing and the name “Rhiannan” scrolls across the screen in large letters.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Like baby, baby, baby no. Like baby, baby, baby oh. Thought you’d always be mine, mine. Baby, baby, baby oh. Like baby, baby, baby no. Like baby, baby, baby oh.”
Visual: There is an image of a baby in a baby swing and the name “Baylee” scrolls cross the screen in large letters.

Audio: Song lyrics: “Thought you’d always be mine, mine. Baby, baby, baby oh
Like baby, baby, baby no”
Visual: Another image of the baby in the baby swing is shown.

Audio: “Like baby, baby, baby oh. Thought you’d always be mine, mine”
Visual: A close-up image of the mom is shown.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Oh, for you I would have done whatever”
Visual: An image of the mom and two kids on top of a Rainbow Play System is shown.

Audio: Song lyrics: “And I just can’t believe we ain’t together. And I wanna play it cool, but I’m losin’ you”
Visual: An image of the mom on a swing is shown.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “I’ll buy you anything, I’ll buy you any ring.”
Visual: There is a clip showing the rock wall and swings on the playset.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “And I’m in pieces, baby, fix me”
Visual: An image of the dad is shown and the name “Justin” scrolls across the screen in large letters.

Audio: Song Lyrics “And just shake me ’til you wake me from this bad dream
I’m goin’ down, down, down, down. And I just can’t believe my first love won’t be around, and I’m like baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: A clip of the mom standing on top of the Rainbow Play System is shown.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Like baby, baby, baby no. Like baby, baby, baby oh. Thought you’d always be mine, mine. Baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: A clip of the mom on top of the playset is shown and the name “Kasey” scrolls across the screen in big letters. The video then pans down to see the view from the top of the playset.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Like baby, baby, baby no. Like baby, baby, baby oh. Thought you’d always be mine, mine.”
Visual: “Our Rainbow Rocks” text appears with various images of their Rainbow Play System from different angles.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “When I was 13, I had my first love”
Visual: There is an image of a young girl climbing up the ladder of the playset.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “There was nobody that compared to my baby and nobody came between us, nor could ever come above.”
Visual: There is an image of a young girl climbing up the ladder of the playset from an above angle.

Audio: Song lyrics: “She had me goin’ crazy”
Visual: There is an image of a baby in a baby swing.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “Oh, I was starstruck”
Visual: There is an image of a girl crawling around in the Rainbow Play System.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “She woke me up daily, don’t need no Starbucks”
Visual: There is another image of the baby in a baby swing.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “She made my heart pound, and skip a beat when I see her in the street and”
Visual: There is an image of a young girl climbing up the ladder of the playset.

Audio: Song Lyrics: “At school on the playground”
Visual: There’s an image of a girl hanging upside down from handlebars.

Audio: Song lyrics: “but I really wanna see her on the weekend. She knows she’s got me dazing”
Visual: There’s an image of a girl on a rope swing.

Audio: Song lyrics: “’cause she was so amazin’”
Visual: There’s an image of a girl getting pushed on a swing by an adult.

Audio: Song lyrics: “And now my heart is breakin’, but I just keep on sayin’ baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: “Our kids. Their kids. And one day their kids.” text appears over an image of the mom standing on top of their Rainbow Play System.

Audio: Song lyrics: “Baby, baby, baby no”
Visual: There is another image of the baby in a baby swing

Audio: Song lyrics: “Baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: There is an image of a young girl on a slide with a speech bubble saying “This is ALL why our Rainbow Rocks!”

Audio: Song lyrics: “Like baby, baby, baby oh. Thought you’d always be mine, mine”
Visual: The speech bubble stays on screen and the image changes to a girl standing by the slide.

Audio: Song lyrics: “Baby, baby, baby oh”
Visual: The speech bubble stays on screen and the image changes to a girl playing on the playset with adult family members.

Rainbow Rocks

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Watch the giggles and grins as kids swing, slide and climb on their Rainbow.

Audio:The Time of My Life by David Cook begins…”I’ve been waiting for my dreams”
Visual: Title: “My Rainbow Rocks”.

Audio: “To turn into something I could believe in and looking for that magic rainbow”.
Visual: Two boys try to go down a Rainbow Play Systems slide wrapped around each other.

Audio: “On the horizon I couldn’t see it. Until I let go. Gave into love and watched all the bitterness burn. Now I’m coming alive. Body and soul. Feelin’ my world start to turn”.
Visual: The boys run up the ladder and go down the slide again.

Audio: “And I’ll taste every moment and live it out loud”.
Visual: The two boys swing next to each other.

Audio: “I know this is the time. This is the time to be more than a name or a face in the crowd. I know this is the time. This is the time of my life”.
Visual: One of the boys goes down the slide head first, while the other tries to climb up the slide. They crash into each other.

Audio: “Holding onto things that vanished into the air. Left me in pieces but now I’m rising from the ashes. Finding my wings and all that I needed was there all along within my reach. As close as the beat of my heart”.
Visual: One boy runs to a swing and the other follows. They swing together, one of them swinging upside down.

Audio: So I’ll taste every moment and live it out loud. I know this is the time. This is the time to be more than a name or a face in the crowd. I know this is the time. This is the time of my life.
Visual: One of the boys swings on a bar at the top of the slide and then finally stumbles down the slide.

Audio: “The time of my life”.
Visual: “Rainbow Rocks” text appears on a black screen.

Welcome to Rainbow Play Systems

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Millions of imaginations will soar! Rainbow Play Systems offers many options that will grow with your family. Get started building your dream Rainbow wooden play set.

Audio: More than a million imaginations are at play day and night.
Visual: A little girl is sleeping in her bed.

Audio: On their very own Rainbow Play System.
Visual: You see a child’s feet going down a slide.

Audio: And generation of families have trusted.
Visual: Another child is sleeping in their bed.

Audio: Rainbow for backyard fun.
Visual: Someone is getting spun on a tire swing and the view of the video is from the person being spun.

Audio: See how easy it is to build your dream Rainbow.
Visual: A little girl smiles in her sleep.

Audio: With hundreds of models and play options to choose from,
Visual: There is a shot of a girl swinging from the view of someone swinging next to her.

Audio: You’ll never run out of fun things to do on your Rainbow.
Visual: A girl climbs up a slide.

Audio: Mommy! Mommy! Watch this.
Visual: The girl waves and goes down the slide.

Audio:
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name.

Audio: Every year for the past 25 years we’ve added new features and options to our play systems.
Visual: A gallery of images of children playing on Rainbow Play Systems is shown and then various images are shown close up.

Audio: Rainbow offers more sizes and play options than anyone, including more solutions for unlevel or smaller sized yards.
Visual: Various images of different Rainbow Play System models are shown.

Audio: Rainbow can easily grow with your family for years of imaginative and active backyard fun.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on a Rainbow Play System in a backyard.

Audio: You’ll find all the information you need to start building your dream Rainbow throughout our website and catalogs.
Visual: A family looks on the Rainbow Play Systems website together. The website interface is shown.

Audio: Look for related video clips about our feature model.
Visual: A group of children is having fun playing on The Sunshine Castle Series in a backyard. “The Sunshine Castle Series” text is on screen.

Audio: and see how getting started is as easy as 1 2 3.
Visual: The Clubhouse and Castle model are shown side by side and then each shown individually with a bulleted list of features next to them.

Audio: Then check out the real fun in the kids video library.
Visual: Clips from the “Roving Reporter” video are shown with “Rainbow Reporter” text on screen.

Audio: Or take a special tour of where Rainbows are made.
Visual: Clips from a Rainbow factory video are shown.

Audio: Consider safety, service, quality, value, and good looks and you’ll see there’s nothing else like a Rainbow.
Visual: A family runs in to go play on a Rainbow.

Audio: Get started on your dream Rainbow.
Visual: A little girl waves from the top of the slide and then slides down.

Audio: You’ll have years of family fun right in your own backyard.
Visual: The little girl’s mom is waiting at the bottom of the slide so the girl slides down into her mom’s arms and they hug.

Audio:
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name

Sunshine Castle Play Sets

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Watch to learn more about our most popular play set, the Sunshine Castle. You can add on many more options, like a swing set, slides and more.

Audio: Presenting the Rainbow spotlight series featuring the Rainbow Sunshine Castle package 2.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name. The Sunshine Castle Series logo is also shown.

Audio: The Sunshine Castle is one of our most popular sizes. It’s huge, fully modular, and easily expandable.
Visual: A group of kids runs in to play on the Sunshine Castle.

Audio: Sunshine Castles are designed to grow into.
Visual: A toddler climbs up the ladder of the Sunshine Castle.

Audio:: Not out of.
Visual: A boy goes down the Sunshine Castle slide.

Audio: Starting with our most popular platform height and featuring an 8-foot tall swing beam and 10-foot scoop slide, the Sunshine Castle is loaded with 12 of our most popular play activities.
Visual: A group of kids plays on the Sunshine Castle.

Audio: Including a huge castle fort.
Visual: The inside of the fort is shown.

Audio:: A rock wall.
Visual: A kid climbs up the rock wall.

Audio: A knotted rope and disk.
Visual: A girl swings on the knotted rope and disk.

Audio: Jacob’s rope ladder.
Visual: A girl climbs up the rope ladder and high fives another girl going down the slide.

Audio: Our exclusive scoop slide.
Visual: Two girls go down the slide wrapped around each other.

Audio: 360-degree tire swing.
Visual: A group of kids plays on the tire swing.

Audio: Trapeze rings.
Visual: A kid does a flip on the trapeze rings.

Audio: Fully adjustable sling swings.
Visual: Two kids use the swings while another kid swings on the knotted rope and disk.

Audio: A jumbo ship’s wheel.
Visual: A girl plays with the ship’s wheel.

Audio: and binoculars to keep an eye on things.
Visual: A girl looks through the binoculars then smiles and waves.

Audio: You’ll also find standard Rainbow features
Visual: A full shot of the Sunshine Castle is shown.

Audio: Like steel safety handles.
Visual: A girl uses the safety handles and smiles.

Audio: A grab-and-go safety bar.
Visual: A kid uses the safety bar to go down the slide.

Audio: Commercial grade swing hangers with mountain climbing clips.
Visual: A shot of the swing hangers with mountain climbing clips is shown, along with the metal Rainbow Play Systems plaque.

Audio: And a colorful rainbow canopy and flags.
Visual: A close-up of the rainbow canopy and flags is shown.

Audio: All Rainbows are built for fun and built to last with heavy duty components.
Visual: Two kids use the swings while another kid swings on the knotted rope and disk.

Audio: and renewable 100% certified North American Timber.
Visual: A kid peaks over the top of the rope ladder and smiles.

Audio: and every Rainbow Play System is backed by the best warranty in the business.
Visual: A full shot of the Sunshine Castle is shown.

Audio: You can start with a Sunshine Castle and easily add play features to create your very own dream Rainbow.
Visual: An illustration of the Sunshine castle is shown, slowly adding on more features.

Audio: With more than 100 play options to choose from, the only limit is your imagination.
Visual: Various images of children playing on a Rainbow are shown.

Audio: Bring the kids to our showroom and see a Rainbow up close. Put one to the play test.
Visual: A USA map is shown with red dots indicating where Rainbow showrooms are located.

Audio: You’ll see there’s nothing else like a Rainbow.
Visual: Rainbow Play Logo with tagline Fine Residential Play Equipment. America’s Most Trusted Brand Name.

Visit a Showroom Near You

You truly have to see it to believe it! Bring your family to one of our nationwide showrooms to experience our dedication to quality and try out our wooden playsets in person. Climbing, sliding, and swinging is encouraged!