Fort Magic Review and Giveaway

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Fort Magic is, well….


(Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)

The Fort Magic Kit really is the toy with endless possibilities!

What IS Fort Magic?

“Fort Magic is an innovative fort building and construction toy that enables children to build 3D, kid-created, ”life-size” worlds for inventive play! Imagine the hours of excitement at playtime, play-dates, sleepovers and family-time as children build “forts” shaped like pirate ships, castles, playhouses, submarines, airplanes, teepees, tunnels, and so much moreall from just ONE Fort Magic kit!  Fantasy becomes reality with Fort Magic through the power of a child’s own creative hands!  Easy to build, easy to clean up!  Fort Magic ignites children’s imaginations for hours of creative play!”

Fort Magic Kids Submarine

What do you get with Fort Magic?


  • Patented Fort Building & Construction Toy, like no other!
  • 165 Straight and Curved Sticks in seven different sizes!
  • 87 Connector pieces in five varieties of shapes and sizes!
  • 130 easy to use Fabric and Accessory Clips! Securely fasten sheets or fabric to ANY shape or design your child invents with no sewing! Round forts, square forts, playhouse forts, castle forts, big forts, small forts, ANY fort can have a perfectly customized cover every time they play!
  • A full color Instruction Manual with over 20 designs to build!
  • A high quality Storage Bag that conveniently and securely holds all of the Fort Magic pieces – so clean up is quick and easy every time!
  • A 30-day Money Back Guarantee! We guarantee your kids will love playing and building with Fort Magic…literally! If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason you may return it for a full refund within 30 days, minus shipping.
  • A full Manufacturing Warranty on all parts!



We can’t say enough good things about this product.  Having used several other “fort building kits” in the past, we can say with certainty that this one is the best we have tried.  It’s easy to put together, easy to take down, and all of our children were able to build with it – even the two year old!  The easy to read instructions are a huge bonus to get you started.  Our children were able to count out all of the parts needed – math skills – bonus!!  The older children were able to assemble structures with minimal guidance – independence and empowering – double bonus!  We LOVE the size – nice, big, stable structures.  And the fabric clips?  Full of awesome!!!  Did we mention that it comes with a storage bag?  Yes, a storage bag…..big enough to hold every piece and satiate our need for organization.  ;)

A little bit of how we have been using Fort Magic lately.



One toy…. so many options.  Here my girls use it for a crib for their babies.


One of our all time favorites…. Cave of Stars.


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Memories in the making.

How are others using Fort Magic?


Do you love what you see?

Want to see more?

You can watch videos about the Fort Magic kit HERE!

Want to purchase a kit?  Check out their BUYING PAGE or get one from AMAZON!

Worth every penny!

How about the opportunity to WIN a kit??

The Fort Magic Giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian Residents.


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236 Responses to Fort Magic Review and Giveaway

  1. Shannon Nelson says:

    This would be so cool. The possibilities seem endless. We would build a car and an “air dancer” for sure.

  2. Jami says:

    Have been wanting this for my kids for awhile. I see lots of outdoor forts and indoor baby cribs in our future :)

  3. Katie says:

    We’d love to wine one, doesn’t say how to enter so I hope leaving a comment will do the trick. Thanks!

  4. Yamel says:

    We love our “cave of stars box” but my son and daughter would looove a fort magig cave of stars! Thank you for the giveaway!

  5. Jennifer Stack says:

    We’ve been admiring the photos of the “super cool” forts. Now Fort Magic is on our son’s birthday wish list!

  6. Kristin Atkins says:

    I or better yet, my kids, would build something Minecraft with Fort Magic. I’m sure it would turn into a giant Steve or Zombie they could get in! My four boys would love this!

  7. Heather says:

    I would totally make a pirate ship or a robot space station with my boy! (this is my blog post comment entry, it didn’t let me leave an actual comment when I clicked that option ;)

  8. Nicole says:

    Yes! This is awesome! Would much rather have this than the cardboard boxes that are constantly strewn about my living room!

  9. Mandy says:

    My son would love the cave of stars as well. We’d probably also try a teepee and he’s a boy so any fort really lol.

  10. Alicia C says:

    My kids would love this!!!! I have a son with cortical visual impairment and it would be great to build a dark room for him!!! and my daughter would LOVE to make a princess castle :)

  11. Emma Ripley says:

    I think we would start with the cave of stars such a lovely creation! The we would make the Rocket, my boys would love it!

  12. Christina says:

    I don’t really know what we would build first. Typically, I’ll just give my son a new toy and let him go crazy and see what he comes up with.

  13. sarah says:

    This looks like so much fun. My 4 already love building forts & this would take it to a whole other level. So cool!

  14. Nadia Chopping says:

    We would definitely build a cave. After playing in the day, definitely will need to also sleep in at night!

  15. Angel says:

    We’d build a submarine – we are learning to play “yellow submarine” on ukelele, and this would be such a fun extension.

  16. Jackie says:

    My three preschoolers would love this! We take daily imaginary voyages on rockets and pirate ships – this would enhance their play in such wonderful ways!

  17. Stephanie Hollingsworth says:

    We would build everything! This looks so much better than the other two fort kits we have that don’t stay together too well!

  18. This seems like a really wonderful open ended toy. We had a cheaper “fort building set” but were disappointed in how cheap it really was (the sticks bent and there weren’t enough different sized sticks to get creative). I am very interested in this kit!

  19. Omaira says:

    While I have ideas of what we could build, I know my son would come up with quite a few of his own. I do love the cave of stars and a pirate ship. I am sure my son will say a rocket ship. :)

  20. Mindy says:

    We would build a doctors office- my little one is big into giving check ups and making sure everyone is healthy!

  21. Kristen says:

    My 3-year-old twins would build a rocketship! And definitely that cave with the twinkle lights! And maybe a submarine. Plus a ton of other things!

  22. Julie lombard says:

    We would be doing a cave of stars during winter, pirate ships in the summer, and whatever else my kids would come up with

  23. Kellam says:

    We have a room in our backyard that is pretty much a huge covered porch. We would probably build something like the cave of stars for rainy days/evenings or a rocket ship. We’d have to ask the master builder, our three year old.

  24. Angela Moore says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win this. My boys would love this and would make so many different things with these :)

  25. Debbie says:

    LOVE this, I am pretty sure everyday would be something different- a rocketship, a sled, a princess castle. . . . so many possibilities!

  26. Carrie says:

    This looks amazing. I am at this very moment sitting next to our homemade fort of blankets and chairs in our living room! :)

  27. Heather Swenson says:

    This looks so cool! When I was a kid at had foam tubed we used to make forts, but it wasn’t this cool I’d love to win this and have a fun way to make forts with my kids!

  28. Judi krumbein says:

    This kit looks like it would be great for my 4 and 8 year old sons. They would build tents, caves and tunnels all day long.

  29. Amber Delgado says:

    My boys would build …it all! Rocket ships, planes, trains, castles, pirate ships and more …so fun!

  30. Sophie says:

    YES! This would be fantabulous! My oldest is always on the look out for new hiding spots during quiet time.

  31. Shanda Frydenlund says:

    First a castle, then pirate ships and rocket ships. Caves and tents. Anything my kids imaginations can come up with!

  32. Preete says:

    My boys and even the neighborhood kids who are over all the time would LOVE this!!! you would make so many kids happy if we got this:)

  33. amy tolley says:

    we would also build the stary night tent it sound so amazing and the imagination can wild so cute watching little ones play pretend and imagine

  34. Kat says:

    We would really love to have the Fort Magic :) My daughter is such a creative, joyful kid– I know that she would have a lot of adventures with this.

  35. amy says:

    We would build anything and everything. I think we’d start out with a cozy reading nook or thunderstorm safe zone!

  36. Kim says:

    Oh my gosh would I love one of these for my twin boys. I’ve been admiring Fort Magic for months! Hard to pick but I think the yellow submarine would be the first thing we’d build because my boys love the song. :)

  37. Teresa says:

    My boys would be enthralled by this product. If we don’t win, it’s going on our wishlists for Christmas. We would start with a cave of stars! Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!

  38. Sandra says:

    My soon to 3 year old (next week!) Would love this! He loves spiders somI’m sure we’d probably have to somehow make one of those first…;)

  39. Andrea says:

    LOVE THIS!!!! My kids would definitely make a cave, a doctor’s office, a pirate ship, and with their amazing imaginations i am sure even more magical forts!

  40. Maegon E says:

    My boys would have a great time with this. I love toys that boost your brain power! We would build the cave of stars!

  41. Tasnim says:

    I would love to see my kids creativity in using Fort Magic; probably, a pirate ship, castle, marine and a rocket ship…go figure what they will create by your amazing product :)

  42. Aly says:

    We all (want) to live in a yellow submarine in the living room sea! Our imaginations are alight with all sorts of ideas. Pure magic! Hope we win.

  43. Sarah says:

    My kids are fort lovers! Would love to offer them something besides the couch cushions. :) We use Aden+Anais muslin swaddling blankets for the roof, which look like they’d work perfectly with this set!

  44. Barbara says:

    Cool! This would be nice for our new-to-homeschooling family, we have lots of cold snowy days here & love non-technology toys :)

  45. Rebekah says:

    I think I would start by showing my daughter how to build basic shapes, and then see what she does with it. She is really into space right now, so I can see a rocket or a space base in our future… Love all the aspects of this lot, thanks for sharing and hosting!

  46. Paulina Solis says:

    This is one amazing toy! I would love one, great way to engage with our kids while helping them build a cool fort.

  47. Ashley Smalley says:

    My 2.5 old son and I love to build forts with couch cushions, chairs, and blankets. Having this kit would allow us to build many new forts and be creative at the same time.

  48. Michelle Henretta says:

    We’d go on so many adventures…treasure hunting in a pirate ship. Fly to far away lands…bear hunts in starry caves endless possibilities!!!

  49. Elizabeth Fox says:

    I have followed PAHM for years now and been inspired in so many ways!!
    My boys are 3 and 4 and have lately been pretending to be in a boat or in a car. Fort Magic would build the wonderful boat or car of their day dreams!!

  50. April says:

    I would definitely want to try making the rocket first! We all love building and putting things together. Something that we could then play in and not just with would be even more fun!

  51. Kristin says:

    My stepdaughter could build an awesome castle/fort with this! And I know my son would have a ball with it in a couple years :)

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