GracoPack 'n Play Playard Change 'n Carry



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This one wins points for versatility: it’s a playard/sleeper/changing table. The changing pad is removable, too.


Pack n’ Plays are generally popular because they make traveling with a baby or toddler much easier. All Pack n’ Plays provide a dual purpose, depending on the age of the baby—a place to play and a place to sleep—but this model includes a changing area and bassinet. The diaper changer has fabrics that can be wiped clean and has storage space for changing supplies. As a nice bonus, the whole changing station can actually be removed and toted in your diaper bag for on-the-go changes, too.

The bassinet is designed for infants and newborns and can be easily removed. Mesh sides on the playard allow for ventilation and good visibility. And the feature that has made this product line so popular is the push-button fold mechanism, which allows parents to set up or fold away the unit in one motion.

Pack ‘n Plays do not include a sheet. It’s a good idea to add those to your registry if you’re going to use this for your baby to sleep in because the base is scratchy. The quilted sheet is especially soft.

If you are looking for a lighter weight Pack ‘n Play and don’t mind sacrificing a few inches of length, check out the On the Go model.


  • 33.25” x 28.5” x 40”
  • 28.5 lbs
  • Wipe clean with soap and water
  • Machine wash changing pad in cold water on delicate. Drip dry, do not bleach.
  • Changing table and bassinet designed for babies under 15 lbs and unable to push up on hands and knees.
  • Playard is designed for children under 35” tall, unable to climb out.

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September 5, 2018

The pack n play is way too heavy and completely uncomfortable for a baby to sleep in.

August 29, 2018

The changing table and bassinet are connected in a way that you cannot use one without the other. There is also no way to use the changing table at the same time as the pack and play.It's not as portable as you think.

July 2, 2018

There are a lot of similar pack n plays in the same price range. Nothing specifically better or worse about this one.

May 17, 2018

Wanted to use this as a bedside co sleeper but my daughter very quickly (within a few months) outgrew the inserts. Very disappointing because when the inserts are removed the bottom piece is like this all the way down at the bottom and you literally have to bend completely over at uncomfortable angles to place a sleeping baby gently in it. Get a cheaper one without inserts that has a base that you can manually change the height! This one you cannot. Total waste we completely quit using once she outgrew the inserts.

April 9, 2018

I like it because it's easy to have at home. I would not recommend it as a travel crib. It is way too heavy to travel with, but is great for play and sleep at home.

March 25, 2018

Baby will outgrow the bassinet section very quickly, so you'll do way more bending down all the way than with other models. The ones where the bassinet level is full size and the changing table clips on is much easier on your back.

January 29, 2018

We used it for a bassinet and changing area in or room. The padding isn’t very padded though and the sheets don’t fit super great. Our baby didn’t like sleeping on it much.

January 18, 2018

The changing table/bassinet feature was useless.

August 23, 2017

Great for first few months but as baby grew I wished I had the full length bassinet. Ended up purchasing a second one. Great to keep in the living room for the first few months.