Dynamite Tree Fort combines our Robin Hood Tree Fort with swings, bridge, rope net climber and a tree deck. Built in 2008 for a stay-at-home dad and his children, this structure transformed their backyard into the playdate capital of the neighborhood. Take the rung ladder or the rope net up to the tree deck to commune with the foliage. Down below, double and single swings beckon.Which is the fastest way down? Is it along the spiral path of the enclosed tube slide or a straight shot down the fire pole? You’ll have to try them both to find out! Built into the bottom floor of the Robin Hood tower is a playhouse, complete with our signature Dutch doors, “who-goes-there” peephole and 1/2-inch clearance around the door to prevent pinched fingers. Inside, handcarved wooden furniture and built-in cabinets set the stage for imaginative play or snack time. Barbara and the family collaborated on the charmingly bright palette during the extensive design process. Above, the artist sketch. Below, Dynamite Tree Fort brought to life.