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I would sand enough so you have a surface with a little bite for the paint to stick. When you say it has some beat up areas do you mean beat up as in deep gashes or beat up being just well used but not trashed?
I would just sand the rough spots enough to keep them from scratching.
I have spray painted a little tykes playhouse before and the paint adhered beautifully. As far as the scratches I would consider just painting right over it if you like a distressed look.