Free downloadable swing set plans

If you’d like to build your own swing set, you can download free plans for eight different swing sets.

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    • Becky says

      @Jim, We found 2 swings at a thrift store. They are the BEST, DH replaced the flat, plastic ones that came with the swing set. Thanks!

  1. Jim says

    Hmm…good point.

    Hmm…thanks for the tip. I’m gonna have to start hitting the thrift stores a little more!

    I’m not really TOO concerned about the swings, though…worst comes to worst, I can go old-fashioned with some wood, chain, and eye-hooks.

    However, I haven’t been able to come up with a decent idea for a slide. A wooden slide covered with aluminum flashing (from Home Depot) would probably be dangerous because of the edges (unless I fold the edges down, and then rivet them. Hmm…). I thought I might be able to come up with a suitable replacement with construction supplies, but nothing suitable has come up.

  2. Angie Wilson says

    Check Craigslist and Kashless and Freecycle for people giving away swingsets. You might not want their swingset, but you can salvage the slide and swings for your own new one.

  3. says

    Hey Everyone!

    Please tell your friends about these swing set plans. We have had so many downloads of our plans today! Here is a coupon code to get 10% off – msm10off . We also offer free shipping on all orders over $299.

    We hope you enjoy the swing set plans and if you have any questions, please email help@byoswingset.com

  4. Amy says

    Crystal!!! You just made my day! Thanks for hooking us up! I really “needed” swingset plans and I feel like I don’t have time to keep up the hunt online. Thank-you, thank-you!

    • Amy says

      @Amy, PS When I was a kid we had these big pieces of driftwood to climb on at our public school playground- they definitely smell better than those popular big tires. My favorite was when we made it into a house and each branch of the driftwood was a different “room”. Anyway, that might be an option for those of you with little climbers who don’t have resources for little tykes or more elaborate sets.