I thought this one was cool, it was round, with a weird kind of bubble in the middle that the kids would try to get on top of...that's Brock and Allie on the bubble. The bubble was kind of wobbly, so if you jumped on oneside, you could catapult someone off the other end!
This small square one was really popular for the little kids. The age group for the time we went was 2 to 6, so I didn't put Jenna in a jump house, but I am sure I could have gotten away with it. She would have loved it, but I was worried she'd get trampled. But she has fun running around watching the big kids.
They also had a couple Little Tykes cars for baby brothers and sisters to play with. Jenna loved it! She would drive it around backwards, she couldn't quite get the hang of going forward, but she had fun nonetheless. So they still make these things?
AGAIN! The slide was fantastic! The kids would go super fast, then slam into the inflated stopper at the bottom, thank goodness for the stopper or the shoot right off the slide and into the wall!
Here is a bigger view of the place, the round one is seen on the right hand side of the picture, the slide is in the center, and the obstacle course is on the very left. That small square one is behind the camera view.
Here is Brock flying down the slide, that is his buddy Jonathan at the bottom. Yes, there were some collisions, but luckily no one was hurt...seriously at least. I witnessed a few tears, but none from my kids. Those yellow mats are for adults to use on the slide, they kind of slow you down, without the mats, adults are heavy enough to barrel right over top the stopper and hit the floor! I saw it happen, it was actually quite funny.
Here comes Allie!
Here is Jenna, a fly in the soup! She tried to follow Brock up the slide ladder a few times. Brock is the one in the red pants, and his buddy Jon, is in the grey sweat pants. You are not suppose to wear pants with too many buttons or zippers, plus sweats make them go super fast on the slide!
Brock's favorite inflatable was the obstacle course, but its position in the corner of the building made it hard to get a picture, besides, once he got inside, you can't see him to take a photo anyway... but there was a little area you had to squeeze through, a wall with little pegs to climb up, a few tubes to climb over...or under, and of course, a slide at the end. What a day! They were red faced and exhausted when it was time to head home. Then we went out for lunch with Jon and his mom and the Burger King we went to had a play place! Sheesh, these kids were worn out by 1 pm, making it a quiet afternoon for me ....yea! You should see if there is a Pump It Up near you and go, its so fun!