Playmobil New 2017 Summer Toys

My boys loved Playmobil growing up. In fact, my youngest still has a few playsets he dabbles in once in awhile because Playmobil is just fun and entertaining. The toys are made of high quality, and easy to put together, but above that, they engage children’s imaginations taking them to far off places where they can be knights, run a ranch, or enter the world of Jurassic park.

Here are Playmobil’s top picks for spring and summer toy sets for your kids to enjoy. (NOTE: keep reading for the giveaway at the bottom) Let’s take a peek at what is new. 

Playmobil Camping Lodge

The Playmobil Camping Lodge lets your kids go camping anytime they want without even leaving home. It literally has everything from a place to sleep, campfire, area to cook, games to play, even zip lining fun for your playmobil characters. The Camping Lodge makes the perfect toy on the go no matter where you’re traveling to.

Set up at the beach, and allow kids to engage in their imaginations. Roast some  hot dogs, play a game of soccer,some hotn it’s lights out, put your characters to be in their bunks. This camping lodge is truly a fun way to learn and entertain. Comes with 136 pieces for Kids to enjoy. This set includes everything you see here.

Retails for around $80.00 and can be purchased at local stores that sell Playmobil such as Mastermind Toys, Toys R Us, Walmart and various other retailers. 

Playmobil Who Ya Gonna Call? Ghostbusters! 

I am literally freaking out that Playmobil has created characters and playsets for the movie Ghostbusters, an 80’s flick that is one of my favorites. Grab the guys and go and bust some ghosts with the Ghostbusters Firehouse.

Slide down the firehouse pole, capture ghosts and put them in the red containment unit in the basement. Or park the ghost-mobile in the underground. Comes with 228 pieces, including Ray Stanz in his outfit, Egon Spengler in a lab coat, even Janine the secretary so the busters don’t miss any ghost hunting.

The set retails for $99 and can be found at Toys R Us, Walmart, Mastermind Toys and other various retailers that sell Playmobil. 

Playmobil Cruise Ship

Go on an epic adventure around the world to any destination you want with the Playmobil Cruise Ship! Pull out the lower deck in the ship’s hull for extended play areas. Fill the pool with water or put the lifeboat in to save an overboard passenger. Remove the restaurant roof to access the terminal and bridge. Store the safety vests in the boxes below the ship in case of emergency. No matter what you do, The Playmobil Cruise Ship has endless possibilities. 

The Playmobil Cruise Ship is one of the coolest toys brought out from Playmobil. Comes with so many things to play with. Kids will love taking a dip in the pool or soaking up rays on the deck. The lifeboat can be upgraded with an engine and a singer can be added to the stage area for entertainment.

The Playmobil Cruise ship Playset includes cruise ship with two ensuite bedrooms, reception desk, bar, fillable swimming pool, sun deck and cockpit, and many more accessories! It Retails for $139 and can be purchased from Walmart, Indigo, Toys R Us, Mastermind Toys and other various retailers.

One lucky reader will win The Playmobil Camping Lodge. Giveaway open to Canadians only 18 + Mandatory Entry must be completed. 

 What is your favorite summer vacation memory as a kid or with your kids?

52 thoughts on “Playmobil New 2017 Summer Toys”

  1. My fondest memories is my parents brought me to Disney World for the first time. We had so much fun and took lots of pictures

  2. Spending time at Rip’s sleepy Hollow in West Gilford with all my sisters and cousins and our parents for the month of July.

  3. patricia furlong

    My fondest memorys was growing up my family and all my aunts and uncles and cousins would all take off camping in the summer . was alot of fun, campfires, swimming, walks, horseshoes etc..

  4. I love camping , as kids we when with the whole family , it was so great , we would spend a whole week camping with the grandparents , aunts , uncles , cousins , just the best week ever , i looked forward to it all year !

  5. My fondest summer vacation memory with my daughter was camping near the ocean in Tofino, BC. I loved watching her have so much fun jumping over the waves with her friend and their dog too. It was a laidback and relaxing trip where the only focus was on spending time outdoors playing together in the sun. We enjoyed our evenings watching the sun set and then around the campfire. Good times!

  6. My favourite vacation memory as a kid was the year my dad rented a cottage on Lake Huron and we BBqed almost every night but we also had buckets of take out Kentucky Fried Chicken because there was one just down the road and it was so delicious back then. H also had an amphibious car that we would all get in and drive into the lake with.He would then turn on the motor for the boat and off we would go! We had a blast. 🙂

  7. favgreen(Rhonda W G.)

    I remember mom taking us on picnics after her shift at work…We got to wad in the water at a local park too.

  8. My fondest memory of a summer vacation is when we took the entire family to Ontario for a grand family reunion.

  9. Florence Cochrane

    My vacation memories are the summer camping trips in which we slept in tents for a couple of weeks in a large field along with other families. It was total fun.

  10. we took lots of roadtrips as kids and I love looking back on all those memories my siblings and I have

  11. My fondest memory was when my grandparents took me and all my cousins to the family cabin for a week!

  12. I grew up in the UK and every summer my whole extended family would go to a caravan park at the sea side, we had so much fun!


  14. nicolthepickle- Nicole Graham

    We went camping when I was a child a lot. I remember camp fires and walking for miles on the beach. So many good memories.

  15. Stephanie LaPlante

    I would definitely say Disneyland through the Children’s Wish Foundation when I was 7 years old. I did a commercial with Howie Mandel.

  16. We only went on one family vacation when I was a kid and it was to BC to Flintstone’s Park (or Bedrock City… I can’t remember what the name of it was). It was the only vacation we ever went on, and I still have the pictures. We drove out in a camper, and even took our cat. It was quite the adventure!

  17. My favourite vacation memory as a kid is going camping every summer and hanging out around the campfire.

  18. I enjoyed a canoe trip with my family over a weekend one summer. It was quite memorable watching my parents almost tip their canoe…

  19. Every summer growing up, we would travel across Canada from Montreal to Manitoba to visit my grandparents. I loved the motels, the beaches, the restaurants, the sites..I almost ended up as a tourist guide or travel agent as a result!

  20. Spending time at my parents cabin in New Brunswick with my family. It was so much fun and so relaxing! Those were my best Holidays with my children. When I was a child it was spending time at my grandparents cabin in Trois Riviere.

  21. ivy pluchinsky

    I remember going to the beach a lot when i was younger, and going to the fair! was so much fun.

  22. Fondest Memory would be the summer my parents rented a cottage up the Muskoka’s, I spend most of my time out on the float and in the water. I remember my sister being scared by a dock spider while trying to sunbath.

  23. My fondest summer vacation memory with my family as a kid was the year we spent the whole summer in Australia visiting family. My mom was a teacher, so her and I naturally had the summer off. My dad was able to bank his time off at work, so we didn’t go on a vacation for a bit, then he was able to book off the summer (all pre-planned and pre-approved). We did a big road trip across the country with my aunt and uncle, and met tons of family along the way. It was super fun. I even celebrated my 11th birthday there, Pavlova cake and everything! 😉

  24. Angela Mitchell

    My fondest summer vacation memory is from when I was a kid and my parents bought an old Prowler trailer They took us across the line into Washington State to tour the Cascade loop with our “new” trailer. It was the 80’s when no one really followed any rules so my parents decided to tow the trailer with our 70’s Chevy Impala Station wagon. It huffed and puffed on the trip adding a little “excitement” to the whole thing. It was just a classic summer family vacation and one of the only ones like that, that we ever did.

  25. my fondest memory was my families yearly week long cottage vacay! every summer we would rent a different cottage and stay there for a week. it made for great bonding time and we had such a blast. i miss those days and cant wait to start doing that with my family

  26. Road trips! We would pack up the car for a camping trip or a beach picnic and hit the road! It was always more fun to eat at some roadside attraction along route….

  27. Camping with my mom dad and brother , we went bass fishing in the boat i caught the biggest fish , then we ate it for supper , i love camping so much , even today i look forward to going with the family <3

  28. My favorite vacation memory was our first trip going home to Nova Scotia after my second son was born. It was so nice for everyone to get a chance to meet the baby and the kids had a blast exploring the beaches my husband and I grew up on.


  29. My fondest summer memory as a child was going every year to Cypress Hill Park. We would take swimming lessons, do nature walks and eat lots of delicious food our mom had made.

  30. Gillian Morgan

    A few years ago we spend Christmas in Florida. We went to the Christmas Party at Disney and Sophie had an amazing time. She loved every moment. She got to dance with Woody and Jessie. She was glowing the entire time and she still talks about it all the time.

  31. I went to Camp Simpresca for several summers as a child. I loved having the opportunity to meet new friends and to experience outdoor sports. I remember fondly the swimming lessons and the canoe lessons. It was also my first experience with archery, which to this day, I still enjoy. I learned so much about myself and about life while at camp.

  32. My favourite memories is going to our trailer every weekend and having a different set of friends throughout the summer months, I sure do miss going to the trailer!!

  33. my fondess memory is getting to go camping at the lake with my sister, mother, grandmother and great aunt, this was very rare and we felt so special to get to go as there were 10 of us and the others being older stayed at home with dad

  34. I loved going to sleepaway camp.
    One night we raided the kitchen. I smile every time I think of my camp experiences.

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