When kids want to play pretend there is nothing they like better than making forts to hide in and play out of. Whether they are castles, space stations or simple dens, this list will give you solutions to kids’ forts to have inside or out and at a range of prices to suit everyone.
For a swift inflating, generous sized kids’ fort, this light and durable polyester design is hard to beat. Capable of housing several children, at 77×50 inches, it weighs only 24 oz. and fits into its own carrying bag. The fort inflates in seconds by the use of any household fan.
This toy fort is made from over 100 pipes and connectors in sturdy PVC and has 4 different color coded lengths and 6 different connectors, allowing for a flexibility in design. Easy to wash and suitable for use indoors or outdoors, the fort comes with its own matching storage tote.
This kit comes with 354 pieces featuring a myriad of different connectors and mainstays with which to build a toy fort. Made from high quality materials to give a sturdy structure, the construction pieces are accompanied by a full color building manual as well as a storage bag. Covers not included.
To boost your kid’s creative and critical thinking skills, let them play with this clever fort kit which will inspire them to build various constructs, making dens and places to hide. Including a large cover to go over the solid structure, the build underneath this kit has unlimited construction potential.
Ideal for younger kids, this construction set will allow them to build small forts or dens to play in. The building materials are lightweight, natural cardboard blocks which can be left as they are or painted and decorated to whatever style pleases. Set includes 50 double blocks and 10 cube blocks.
This clever fort is perfect for a princess and simply requires bedsheets to be draped over the completed structure to make a clever play space for kids. Easy to build as well as being durable and portable, this bold pink construct will provide hours of imaginative playtime for your young ones.
This fort comes with a lifetime warranty because the 30 connectors are made from real hardwood blocks and the 60 connecting sticks are strong and durable. The set comes with clips to hold covers to it and there’s a nylon storage bag for easy tidy up when play time is over.
This clever fort has strong, durable faux wood connecting panels which allow your child to build, time and again, structures with different shapes and sizes. The kit features innovative double-sided Velcro connectors for easy attachment of the pieces, leading to less frustration and more happy playtime.
This superb teepee is made of 100% cotton canvas and built to last with its 4 sturdy natural wooden poles and rubber base preventing slippage. The teepee is customizable with various trim options and also comes with a canvas storage bag so it can be packed away with ease.
This little play tent makes a superb fort and has shock corded poles for easy set up and storage. There’s a large mesh window with an outside awning and the tent can sleep up to 2 kids and comes with a slumber mat. This realistic toy camping tent will produce hours of imaginative adventure.
Perfect for younger children, this play tent makes a great kids’ fort and is perfect to set up anywhere inside the house. Sheets and blankets can be connected with the included clips and there are suction cups, light sticks and ropes to make this a sturdy indoor tent.
This space station themed ball pit and tent combined makes a great fort. Complete with a crawl tunnel and soft, thick breathable walls, the set is portable, durable and easy to setup, and folds into a lightweight zipper bag for easy carrying. Blast off with this fun package.
Make your kids a terrific den underneath a practical table by following this blog that describes how to use everyday pallets to complete the task. With great photographs to help you visualize the finished project, you’ll find this a rewarding and doable build which fits anyone’s budget.
Kids love a play fort and now this informative blog will help you to put one together on the slimmest of budgets. With some great photographs to help you along the way, this blog gives good detail about constructing your air fort from the most basic of materials.
From birthday ideas to simple play tents, this blog details the construction of a play fort for a young child and will help you realize one in your own home. Detailed and simple to understand, it charts the building journey so that you can have your own child’s play fort.
For the youngest of children a play fort can be constructed in a simple under the table format. This blog highlights the issues involved and will help you make an interesting and fun den for your kids to play in safely. There’s photographs to illustrate this simple project.
This hammock based play fort is a simple and cheap way to keep kids entertained when they are stuck at home all day. As the mother in this blog found out herself, this is an easy build that requires only a few moments of safe instruction before kids take to this different style of den.
Making a play fort in your house can seem complicated but this blog takes you through one mother’s exploits in creating a simple and inexpensive one in her own home. With clear instructions and great photographs to help you visualize the fort, this is one helpful blog.
Learn how to make a sturdy but simple blanket fort with this mom who’s written a blog abut it. With simple ideas and instructions, you too can make your kids a den beneath your dining room table with just a couple of blankets. Simple and inexpensive ideas from a full time mom.
Learn how to make a fort for your little ones by planning out and making a structure using pipes and fabrics. With detailed instructions from how to plan and size your fort to estimating purchase prices, this blog gives you step by step photos to aid your understanding.