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Fire Truck Toddler Bed - Three Brands To Choose From

Updated on August 1, 2015

The Popular Choice

When it comes to toddler beds, the fire truck model is always a popular choice for boys. Not only is the color attractive to a toddler, it spurs the imagination of any young kid. Get a fire truck toddler bed and you can never be that far off the mark in pleasing your child. So, what are the best fire truck toddler bed models out there?

Basically, there are 3 models for you to choose from: the Kidkraft, Just Kids Stuff and Step 2 fire truck toddler bed.

What's The Price?

KidKraft Fire Truck Toddler Bed
KidKraft Fire Truck Toddler Bed

Attractive and affordable!


KidKraft Fire Truck Toddler Bed

The recommended age for this bed is for 15 months and older with a maximum weight capacity of 50 pounds. It fits a standard size crib mattress and is low to the ground which makes it easy for your toddler to get on and off the bed.

This fire engine toddler bed is made of durable wood (medium density fibreboard) and painted bright red with lead-free and non-toxic paints. The guard rail is a ladder cut-out to keep your toddler from rolling off the bed. There is also a storage compartment at the front.

Most reviews out there for this bed is positive. Many lauded its ease of assembly with the pieces being numbered. Sturdiness also gets a thumbs up with a parent claiming that her son had jumped on the bed many times without a problem. Many also like the fact that this bed comes with very cute and matching accessories such as night table and step stool.

While this bed comes complete with silk-screened fire truck details, there is no siren and such to make it more real. Some kids may also find it easy to roll off the bed with the short guard rails. Also, some parents noted that their toddlers will fast outgrow this bed. However, as a general guide, most toddler beds would be too small for a kid by the time he reaches 5 years of age.

Check Out This Fire Engine Toddler Bed Here!

Fire Truck Bedroom Theme

If you are getting the Kidkraft toddler bed, why not get other fire truck bedroom accessories and d├ęcor too such as bed sheet, book case, rug and table lamp? Then, your kid will have one fire truck theme bedroom to sleep in every night. How fun would that be!

RoomMates RMK1125SCS Wall Decal, Multi
RoomMates RMK1125SCS Wall Decal, Multi

With a fire truck bed, you will also need decals too!

Kidkraft Firehouse Bookcase
Kidkraft Firehouse Bookcase

A fire truck bookcase for the bedroom to complete the station look.


What's The Price?

Fire Truck Toddler Bed
Fire Truck Toddler Bed

More expensive than the KidKraft bed but solid and well-made.


Just Kids Stuff Fire Truck Toddler Bed

This model has an imported, laminated Baltic birch construction (no MDF) with a lead-free lacquer finish. The recommended age for this bed is 16 months to 5 years old with a weight capacity of 50 pounds as with most toddler beds. The entrance to the bed is only about 12 inches off the ground which means your toddler will have little problem getting on and off it. Just like the Step2 fire engine toddler bed, this model is also built in the USA.

Parents find this bed easy to assemble and very solid as well. One parent even commented that she had laid down on it a few times with her toddler and it held up superbly although it well exceeds the recommended weight limit. This bed certainly doesn't wobble like some other toddler beds out there.

However, this bed can be a little pricey given the quality of its materials. It costs over $300 at the time of writing and you will have to hunt around if you want a better price. The design is also less attractive compared to the other two models with its squarish look.

What's The Price?

Step2 Fire Engine Toddler Bed
Step2 Fire Engine Toddler Bed

A cute bed from a respectable company. Made in the USA.


Step2 Fire Engine Toddler Bed

This model is constructed of molded plastic rather than wood and uses a crib mattress. The dashboard has molded-in steering wheel, radio and gauge details. It also includes a working night light designed as a siren which shuts off automatically. Low to the ground and durable, this bed is made in USA which should have parents worrying less over safety issues.

Reviews-wise, this Step2 bed gets an overall good rating. Many parents agree that it is easy to assemble and sturdy. A few actually wrote that their kids keep jumping on the bed with no signs of creaking. The sides are high compared to some other toddler beds out there, which means that your toddler will not roll off the bed in the middle of the night. Parents also like the working siren night light which is practical as it helps to give your toddler a sense of security when going to sleep at night.

The downside of this bed is its price which is relatively expensive for a toddler bed. In terms of the bed itself, many parents complained that the batteries for the night light run out pretty fast. The high sides also has their drawbacks as they could make your toddler feels boxed-in as he won't be able to have a complete view of the room when lying down.

Which Fire Truck Toddler Bed To Buy?

Which model to buy will depend on your budget and how much you are willing to spend. The Kidkraft fire truck toddler bed is the cheapest among the three and has an average retail price of around $150. So, if you are not so willing to spend $300 on a toddler bed, the Kidkraft model is the most economical.

However, if you prefer quality and a bed that will last you a few kids, then the Just Kids Stuff model would be a better bet. It is pricey at over $300 but it is a more solid bed.

If you are not fond of wooden beds, then you are left with the Step2 fire engine toddler bed. The price range is about the same as the Just Kids Stuff model although there is a wide variation in price from different stores. So, if you want to buy the Step2 fire engine toddler bed, be sure to shop around for the best price.

Among The Three...

Which fire truck toddler bed would you buy?

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    • PaigSr profile image


      4 years ago from State of Confusion

      Are you sure we can't get these in adult sizes?

    • DuaneJ profile image


      5 years ago

      These are such cool and fun beds for toddlers!

    • michalk lm profile image

      michalk lm 

      5 years ago

      what cute beds

    • uneasywriter lm profile image

      uneasywriter lm 

      5 years ago

      I wonder if you can get these in adult size?

    • Jo-Jackson profile image


      5 years ago

      These are great for a young boy.

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      5 years ago

      Nice collection !

    • Jogalog profile image


      5 years ago

      The beds are wonderful for little boys. Excellent research too.

    • tophatpro profile image


      5 years ago

      I can see little boys especially loving these beds. Maybe it would make getting them to go to bed a little easier...

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      5 years ago

      Very nice, I like all three!

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      6 years ago

      We bought my son the Step2 from a garage sale. It was only $30 and well worth it! Some of the parts were missing, like the light on top, and some of the stickers, but we didn't mind. My son loves it!

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      sukkran trichy 

      6 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      an interesting theme. i love this display.

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      6 years ago

      My son would love this, but would he ever go to sleep?

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      7 years ago

      I love fire trucks.

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      Faye Rutledge 

      8 years ago from Concord VA

      Cute idea for a kid's bed. Great lens. :-)

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      9 years ago

      [in reply to Walt] do you still have the bed and which one is it?

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      9 years ago

      I have this same firetruck bed for sale now. $100 call me 818-300-2036 [in reply to velightful]

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      10 years ago

      Hi! Nice lens with some good ideas for this. Our son loves firetrucks (or anything with wheels, really), and am looking forward to buying something like these early next year. I found you through our group and gave you 5 stars! (Squidoo networking through women)

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      10 years ago

      Hi! Nice lens with some good ideas for this. Our son loves firetrucks (or anything with wheels, really), and am looking forward to buying something like these early next year. I found you through our group and gave you 5 stars! (Squidoo networking through women)


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