The Best Pack 'n Plays and Playards of 2022 (2023)

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Written by Deenie Hartzog-Mislock

Updated May 6, 2022

Chances are, you already have a crib or a bassinet. Perhaps one that you meticulously researched and ranked according to your top priorities, whether they be aesthetic, safety, or size. But if you ever want to leave your house again, you’ll likely want a portable play or nap area to safely contain your little one in a new space. Whether you’re traveling across the country or simply setting up shop at a friend’s place for the day, an easy-to-carry, simple-to-set-up pack and play is a must.

After researching some of the most popular models on the market, we’ve ranked them with the most important characteristic being portability. Because what’s the point of a second sleeping space if you’re not going somewhere with it—even if that’s just to the kitchen while you prep dinner? Our overall pick is the Nuna Sena Aire (available at Nordstrom). Its sleek design lends itself to any space in the home, it’s sturdy and spacious enough for sleeping or playing, and while it’s not the most lightweight option (it’s also not the heaviest), it’s functionality is intuitive, and it’s easy to unfold and repack in its carrying case.

The Chicco Alfa Lite (available at Buy Buy Baby) was a close second, but for vastly different reasons. Not only is it a more budget-friendly option—which is always appealing—but it’s incredibly lightweight and easy to set up and break down. It has a clean design, is simple to assemble, and the front-zip feature allows it to transform from sleep space to play place.

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Best Overall

Nuna Sena Aire

We chose the Nuna Sena Aire as the best pack and play for its overall performance. Aesthetes, look no further: This model has an attractive, yet durable design. It comes in soothing, neutral colorways and offers limited-edition patterns on its website through a collaboration with Pottery Barn Kids.

It includes a no-fuss, fold-out, clip-in mattress that’s slim enough for simple repacking, but cushy enough for sleeping. And while it weighed in at roughly 22 pounds, it was not cumbersome, and was easily maneuvered to multiple locations. It’s easy to clean, with a zip-off, dryer-safe mattress cover and GOTS organic sheet. Its skid-proof feet offered a sturdiness capable of handling the most expressive little ones. This model was also the easiest to convert to a bassinet, with a seamless add-on feature.

The biggest downside? It’s pricey. There is no front zip feature, like many of the travel playards, and the changer accessory is sold separately. All in all, we feel the Sena Aire’s long list of benefits outweigh the cons.

Pros

  • Aesthetically pleasing

  • Portable

  • Easy set up and break down

Cons

  • Not lightweight


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Best Value

Chicco Alfa Lite

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Weighing in at 13 pounds—making it exceptionally portable—the Chicco Alfa Lite is not only lighter and more affordable than the Sena Aire, but it also has a clean, simple design. The zip-front feature is great for crawling tots and there’s a zip-off, machine-washable mattress cover. It is Greenguard Gold-certified for low carbon emissions. The best part, though? It’s incredibly simple and straightforward to unfold and repack.

Because of its clean design and lightweight feel, however, it may be slightly less sturdy than other options. Like most playards, it’s recommended for children up to 30 pounds and 35 inches tall. There are no additional features, like a bassinet, diaper caddy, or changing table add-on, but for on-the-go parents who want an attractive, space-efficient option without breaking the bank, the Alfa Lite is an excellent choice.

How We Tested Pack 'n Plays and Playards

The Tester

Hi, I'm Deenie. As a first-time mom, faced with an onslaught of new parenting advice, a wickedly unpredictable schedule, and the influx of baby gear that began covering the inside of our modest home like kudzu, I felt passionately that postpartum purchases should be simple. Effective, yes. Safe, of course. But while I watched from the stovetop or a hotel bathroom as my baby kicked and cooed from each pack and play mattress, I knew we had more important things to do than spend 10 minutes putting together and breaking down a playard. There was a whole world out there, and we were going to see it together.

The Tests

When it comes to playards, most parents have the same set of requirements: they want something lightweight, easy to fold, and durable.

We started by compiling a list of the most popular models from the most well-known brands and whittled that list down after reading reviews, and analyzing top-selling products across major websites.

After settling on our eight finalists, we established our test procedures and gave every model the same thorough examination. We wanted to see which playards had the highest concentration of the attributes parents find most important. We spent time with each model, using them in real-world situations, including packing, unpacking, and setting each model up.

What You Should Know About Buying a Playard

Playards and Pack 'n Plays are the same thing

Playards—often known by Graco's trademark name, the Pack 'n Play—come in all different shapes and sizes, with a myriad of options to choose from. Nearly all playards include the same basic features: a frame that will fold up when not in use, a mattress pad, and a carrying case to keep everything together when on the move. Designs can vary wildly from one manufacturer to the next, but they all function in this basic way.

Add-ons are available

Some playards offer add-ons designed for infants, such as napping and changing stations. Many of these changer/napper stations are a single, reversible piece that snaps onto the top of the playard. One side is usually waterproof (for changing the baby) while the other is a little more padded and cozy, ideal for a newborn baby to nap in. These accessories can be handy, but most of them have a weight limit of 15 pounds or less and are only suitable for babies that can't roll over—meaning they are only good for the first 6 months or so.

Safety is key

Make sure you know what your playard model's weight limits are. This also extends to mattresses and sheets—many parents want to use them with their playard, but most manufacturers sharply recommend against it. Both the CPSC and the American Academy of Pediatrics specify that you should only use the included mattress with your playard because there's just no guarantee a third-party product will fit safely. Though portable crib mattresses are very popular, buyer beware.

You'll be glad to have a playard

There are a lot of products that parents are looking for when they’re preparing for a new member of the family. While a playard might not be the first thing to come to mind, it’s a piece of gear that can make your life easier, while not breaking the bank. It especially helps fill in the blanks in those tough times when more dedicated long-term solutions, like a crib, or a baby-safe play room, or a changing table, just aren't available.

Other Playards We Tested

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Babybjörn Travel Crib Light

The Baby Bjorn Travel Crib Light acquired its points by being lightweight (only 13 pounds), extremely easy to unfold and assemble, and one of the easiest options to repack in its carrying case. It is one of the best designs for not only moving around the house, but also for getting in and out of the trunk of a car. It has a simple, sleek design, and like the Chicco Alfa Lite, it has a small footprint, making it an optimal choice for both air travel and hotel stays. Ultimately, its ranking is due to its being intuitive and hassle free.

However, this easy-to-use crib lost points for price, because it feels a bit steep for a no-frills option without a bassinet or changing table component, front zip closure, or playtime add-ons. Though, the materials do meet the requirements for Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Class 1, which means they are “kind to sensitive skin” and “safe to taste.” If these classifications are important to you, this could be an option for your growing family.

Pros

  • Lightweight

  • Cost effective

  • Easy set up and break down

Cons

  • No extra features

$269.99 from Amazon


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Guava Lotus Travel Crib

If the Sena Aire and the Alfa Lite had a baby, it would be the Guava Lotus. It has a sleek, yet sturdy design, with an easy-to-clip-in mattress and zipper door. At 13 pounds, it is lightweight enough to move around the house, and relatively easy to pack back into its carrying case, which has a backpack feature.

The mattress, which lies flush against the ground, was not particularly comfortable; this may be less of an issue if the playard is set up on carpet. The initial set up and breakdown is not as intuitive as one would hope, but a quick glance at the instruction manual will explain its simple pop-out function. It is also one of the pricier options, and does not come with additional features, but we still think it's a stylish, high-quality choice for napping (or playing) on the go.

Pros

  • Aesthetically pleasing

  • lightweight

  • portable

Cons

  • Uncomfortable

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Century Play On 2-in-1 Playard and Activity Center

There was a lot to love about the Century Play On 2-in-1 playard. Literally. Though it wasn’t particularly heavy, it was the largest playard we tested. It includes a multitude of fun features, like a Playscape wall with removable Velcro toys, a zipper door, and plenty of room for rolling, crawling, and playing. Fabrics are made from recyclable materials. Due to its size, however, it is nearly impossible to comfortably use this model in smaller homes or apartments, and has the potential to be more cumbersome during air travel.

The setup and breakdown are easy, the mattress is conveniently foldable yet still comfortable enough for sleeping, and the entire model feels secure and durable. This would be an optimal choice for a large space or outdoors, and for mobile babies who would appreciate the extra square footage.

Pros

  • Spacious

  • Additional features

  • Easy set up and break down

Cons

  • Not Portable

  • Large Footprint

$139.99 from Amazon

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Delta Children LX Deluxe

Of all the playards we tested with additional features such as a bassinet, changer, and storage caddy, the Delta LX Deluxe was by far the most lightweight, the least cumbersome, and the easiest to unfold and assemble. A clip-on mobile is a sweet addition for infants. It has lock-enabled wheels for safety, and moves easily around the house. Plus, it comes in under $100, making it one of the more cost effective options.

Due to the multiple parts, it can be somewhat of a challenge to effectively repack the playard into the carrying case. The additional parts also add weight, making it less portable when traveling. But if you’re not traveling often, or going mostly by car, this could be a great option for taking your kids from infant to toddler years.

Pros

  • Easy set up

  • Add-ons for infants

Cons

  • Heavy

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4moms Breeze Plus

The highlight of the 4Moms Breeze Plus is its “one push open, one pull close” functionality. It’s simple and intuitive, and possible to open and close the frame with one hand. If you don’t intend to use the included add-ons, then one hand is nearly all one would need. However, the diaper caddy, changing table, and infant insert (which uses the 2-in-1 mattress with zip-off panels) require a bit more time and effort to assemble, making this one of the more cumbersome set ups.

This is a less portable option because it’s heavy, slightly clunky to move around the house, and somewhat difficult to properly repack each piece inside the carrying case. But if you love a convertible design with lots of options, then the Breeze Plus could be a good pick.

Pros

  • Add-ons for Infants

Cons

  • Cumbersome

  • Difficult to repack

$269.99 from Amazon

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Chicco Lullaby Primo

The Chicco Lullaby Primo Organic pack and play is most like a traditional pack and play, but on steroids. It unfolds and collapses like most standard models (by locking the sides before flattening the bottom all the way); has a snap-on changer, diaper caddy, and portable mobile; and is made from soft, organic materials––including the mattress, change covers, and top rail fabric. It is Greenguard Gold-certified, which means it’s been tested for low chemical emissions, and wheels on one side make it easy to maneuver.

The reason for its ranking is because it is one of the heaviest, and its multiple parts not only make it more difficult to efficiently repack in its carrying case, they also make it heavier and more cumbersome when moving from place to place. At $299.99, it’s not the most affordable option, but if you’re interested in an organic option with all the bells and whistles, this would make a great choice.

Pros

  • Add-ons for infants

  • Organic materials

Cons

  • Cumbersome

  • Heavy

  • Multiple parts

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Meet the tester

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Deenie Hartzog-Mislock

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Deenie Hartzog-Mislock is a writer specializing in lifestyle, beauty & wellness, fashion, and food. She is the former copy director at Vogue magazine and currently works with Virtue Labs. Her work has been published in the New York Times Modern Love column, Glamour.com, Refinery29, Longreads, and more. Find her on Instagram @deenkat.

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FAQs

What is the highest rated pack and play? ›

Best Overall: 4moms Breeze Plus Portable Playard

91% of 600+ Amazon reviewers rated this product 5 stars. We rated the 4moms Breeze Plus Portable Playard our best overall pick because it truly has everything you need—without being overloaded with extra features that you don't need.

Which Pack N Play is best for sleeping in? ›

12 Wonderful Playard & Best Pack and Play for Sleeping (2022)
  • Fisher-Price On-The-Go Baby Dome.
  • 4moms Breeze Plus Portable Playard.
  • Chicco Lullaby Portable Playard.
  • Ingenuity Smart and Simple Packable Portable Playard with Changing Table.
  • Graco Pack 'n Play Portable Playard.
  • Baby Trend Lil Snooze Deluxe Nursery Center.

What pack and play should I buy? ›

Overall, in terms of price, functionality and quality, the Graco Pack 'N Play On the Go Playard is probably one of the best pack 'n plays out there. It's simple yet sturdy, it will grow with your child, it travels well and it doesn't take up a ton of space with extra attachments.

What is the difference between a Pack N Play and a playard? ›

The Pack 'n Play is a useful and versatile piece of furniture for parents with a newborn. The bottom line is; playpen is the name of the category, which regroups the free-standing baby gates and the playards. While Pack 'n Play is a famous brand of modern playards.

What is the best playard to buy? ›

Healthline Parenthood's picks of the best playards for babies
  • Evenflo Play-Away Portable Playard Deluxe. ...
  • Cosco Funsport Playard. ...
  • Nuna Sena Aire Travel Crib. ...
  • Guava Family Lotus Travel Crib. ...
  • Chicco Lullaby Zip All-in-One Portable Playard. ...
  • Bugaboo Stardust Playard. ...
  • Graco Pack 'N Play Playard with Twins Bassinet.
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What is the easiest pack and play to set up? ›

The 4moms Breeze Plus is the easiest Playard to fold or unfold ever. It has “one-push open, one-pull close” functionality, which really does work. You can set it up with one hand in a single motion.

Can 3 year olds sleep in Pack N Play? ›

Conclusion. A pack n play is a safe place for baby sleep and play. With a bassinet attached, it can be used from the first day your newborn baby comes home up to about 3 years old. When fitted with a firm mattress and a tight-fitting sheet, most pack n' plays meet all safety requirements of the AAP.

Can baby sleep overnight in Pack N Play? ›

Is it safe for baby to sleep in Pack N Play every night? Yes, absolutely. A Pack N Play is a perfectly safe alternative to a crib or a bassinet since it meets CPSC standards for infant sleep.

Can baby sleep in Pack N Play without mattress? ›

No, even if your baby sleep in a Pack 'N Play every night, you should use only a mattress supplied by a Pack' N Play manufacturer. All Playards come with an included mattress that fits into a Pack' N Play bottom and its full-size bassinet. Playard's mattress is more of a mattress pad than a traditional crib mattress.

Do pack'n plays expire? ›

Many parents wonder if Pack 'n Play expires as car seats do. The answer is no, Pack 'n Plays do not expire! However, although manufacturers do not officially advocate for an expiration date, they strongly recommend following all up-to-date safety requirements.

Are pack'n plays worth it? ›

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends a crib, Pack 'N Play, and bassinet as the safest sleeping place for your baby. But, although a Pack 'N Play is excellent for occasional sleepovers and afternoon naps, I would not use it for everyday sleep. In my opinion, it just can not replace a regular crib.

What is bigger than a pack n play? ›

Travel cribs usually have a thicker mattress than pack 'n plays, so they can be more comfortable for sleeping.

What is a playpen called now? ›

Also sometimes called pack 'n plays or play yards, these mesh, elevated enclosed areas give your baby a safe place to play. You probably hung out in a playard when you were a babe — though they were known as playpens then.

How can I make my pack n play more comfortable? ›

Probably the best and safest option to make a pack n play more comfortable is to use thicker quilted sheets. What is this? Manufacturers such as Graco makes a thicker, quilted pack n play sheet that fits perfectly over the mattress pad of all Graco Pack n Play models. You can also buy third-party versions.

Is Graco Pack N Play safe for sleep? ›

The Graco® Pack 'n Play® playard is for playing or sleeping. When used for playing, never leave a child unattended and always keep child in view. When used for sleeping, you must still provide the supervision necessary for the continued safety of your child. This information can also be found in the instruction manual.

How long can a toddler be in a playpen? ›

From what age? A playpen comes into its own when your child is just beginning to crawl -- at about six or seven months -- and you may find it useful until your child is about two years old.

What is the best pack and play for grandparents house? ›

Best Budget: GRACO Pack N' Play Portable Playard

At just over 50 bucks, this crib option for grandma and grandpa's house is not only budget-friendly, but can be used immediately after baby is born. Children can use this play yard until they reach 30 pounds, and it's easy to set up.

Are Playards good for babies? ›

Playards provide babies with a safe space where they can move around. Many are easy to move from room to room and to travel with. They can also do double duty as: Changing stations.

How long should baby sleep in your room? ›

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the best place for a baby to sleep is in his parents' bedroom. He should sleep in his own crib or bassinet (or in a co-sleeper safely attached to the bed), but shouldn't be in his own room until he is at least 6 months, better 12 months.

How do I choose a playpen? ›

Look for a 1-inch firm mattress or pad at the bottom of the playpen. The locks that allow you to lower a side should be out of your baby's reach. Make sure the playpen has well-protected hinges and supports. Look for a playpen with top rails that automatically lock when lifted into the normal position.

Can you put mattresses in Pack N Play? ›

According to Graco Consumer Services, “All our playards come with a mattress which has been designed specifically for the playard. For the safety of your child, we do not recommend adding any aftermarket mattresses or soft bedding to playards.”

Where does a 2 year old sleep on vacation? ›

Certain travel cots are appropriate for 2-year-olds, but young 2-year-olds who haven't yet transitioned to a toddler bed may be more comfortable and safer in a more crib-like pack-and-play or a travel bed with safety rails.

Where do toddlers sleep in hotel? ›

Many hotels have the option of renting a rollaway crib, or you can bring a bassinet (for smaller babies) or pack'n'play for your child to sleep in while you travel.

When should I lower my pack n play mattress? ›

When should you lower a Pack N Play? It's time to lower the Pack N Play and start using the bottom level as soon as your baby is able to push up on his hands and knees — OR — when your baby reaches the bassinet weight limit, typically 15 lbs. Go by whichever happens first.

Do you put sheets on a pack n play? ›

Pack 'n Play Sheet: The Pack 'n Play doesn't come with a sheet, and the included mattress is pretty scratchy. If you're going to be using it as a bassinet/crib frequently, we recommend getting a couple sheets, or even quilted ones, to help baby sleep better.

Do you need a fitted sheet for Pack N Play? ›

I know I definitely did search a lot about Pack 'n Play sheets as I put together my registry. The answer, in my opinion, from both my research and experience is yes you will need a sheet or, better yet, multiple sheets (baby's definitely can quickly make a mess) to cover your pack and play mattress.

Can I use pack and play as bassinet? ›

Can a Pack 'n Play be used as a bassinet? Absolutely! It's safe to use a Pack 'n Play as a bassinet. Pack 'n Plays are federally regulated for infant sleep by the CPSC, just like bassinets are!

Is a mini crib the same size as a pack and play? ›

Mini crib and Pack 'N Play:

Any crib which is smaller than a regular crib is a mini crib, but most of them measure around 38″ by 24″. The size of Pack 'N Plays is smaller from standard cribs, and bigger from mini cribs. Pack 'N Plays are on average, about 40″ long and around 28″ width.

How long can a baby stay in a mini crib? ›

How Long Can a Baby Sleep in a Mini Crib? Many mini cribs last until it's time to transition your child to a toddler or twin bed—around two or three years old. (Or when they start climbing the rails!) Some mini cribs convert into toddler beds or even twin beds with the addition of a conversion kit.

Can 3 year olds sleep in Pack N Play? ›

Conclusion. A pack n play is a safe place for baby sleep and play. With a bassinet attached, it can be used from the first day your newborn baby comes home up to about 3 years old. When fitted with a firm mattress and a tight-fitting sheet, most pack n' plays meet all safety requirements of the AAP.

What is bigger than a Pack N Play? ›

Travel cribs usually have a thicker mattress than pack 'n plays, so they can be more comfortable for sleeping.

Are pack'n plays worth it? ›

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends a crib, Pack 'N Play, and bassinet as the safest sleeping place for your baby. But, although a Pack 'N Play is excellent for occasional sleepovers and afternoon naps, I would not use it for everyday sleep. In my opinion, it just can not replace a regular crib.

Can baby sleep overnight in Pack N Play? ›

Is it safe for baby to sleep in Pack N Play every night? Yes, absolutely. A Pack N Play is a perfectly safe alternative to a crib or a bassinet since it meets CPSC standards for infant sleep.

At what age do you stop using a playpen? ›

Stop using the playpen when your child can easily climb out — when he or she reaches a height of 34 inches (86 centimeters) or weighs 30 pounds (14 kilograms).

Do pack'n plays expire? ›

Many parents wonder if Pack 'n Play expires as car seats do. The answer is no, Pack 'n Plays do not expire! However, although manufacturers do not officially advocate for an expiration date, they strongly recommend following all up-to-date safety requirements.

Can I put mattress in Pack N Play? ›

Yes, adding a mattress to your Pack N Play is safe as long as it follows some essential guidelines. If you are adding a mattress to your set, you must get the right size. Your mattress should fit almost perfectly inside the playard. Gaps and an uneven fit can create suffocation hazards.

What size mattress fits in a pack and play? ›

While most pack n plays require a 37.5” by 26” mattress there are some that come in different sizes or are round rather than rectangular. Firmness: Be sure to check the firmness of the mattress you are buying and make sure it is appropriate for your babies age.

Is a toddler bed the same size as a pack n play? ›

No, a crib mattress with a standard-sized cannot fit into a pack-n-play. A standard crib mattress is 52 inches long and 28 inches wide, much larger than the measurements of a pack-n-play mattress which is 37.5 inches long and 26 inches wide.

Is Graco Pack N Play safe for sleep? ›

The Graco® Pack 'n Play® playard is for playing or sleeping. When used for playing, never leave a child unattended and always keep child in view. When used for sleeping, you must still provide the supervision necessary for the continued safety of your child. This information can also be found in the instruction manual.

How can I make my Pack N Play more comfortable? ›

Probably the best and safest option to make a pack n play more comfortable is to use thicker quilted sheets. What is this? Manufacturers such as Graco makes a thicker, quilted pack n play sheet that fits perfectly over the mattress pad of all Graco Pack n Play models. You can also buy third-party versions.

Do you need a bassinet if you have a Pack N Play? ›

To use a Pack 'n Play instead of a bassinet, it's not necessary to purchase a model that has a bassinet attachment or a bassinet level. (Those options are safe, but not required). It's fine for a baby of any age to sleep on the bottom of the Pack 'n Play, i.e. the lowest level.

Do you put sheets on a Pack N Play? ›

Pack 'n Play Sheet: The Pack 'n Play doesn't come with a sheet, and the included mattress is pretty scratchy. If you're going to be using it as a bassinet/crib frequently, we recommend getting a couple sheets, or even quilted ones, to help baby sleep better.

Do you need a fitted sheet for Pack N Play? ›

I know I definitely did search a lot about Pack 'n Play sheets as I put together my registry. The answer, in my opinion, from both my research and experience is yes you will need a sheet or, better yet, multiple sheets (baby's definitely can quickly make a mess) to cover your pack and play mattress.

Can 6 month old sleep in Pack N Play? ›

Unlike many “Is this safe?” questions that new parents find themselves wondering, this one is actually a yes! “A pack and play is generally a safe place for an infant to sleep if you follow specific recommendations,” says pediatric hospitalist Charnetta Colton-Poole, M.D., FAAPS.

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