The bouncer or most commonly called moonwalk is the
very basic of inflatables. The bouncers have an open
space where playing, jumping, and tumbling occur.
Some of these inflatables are designed to look like
cartoon characters, animals, or places.
The Trackless Train consists of 3 cars and the locomotive.
It can haul 18 children or 12 adults at a time.
The Easy Dunker holds 500 gallons of water and has a see thru window in the front so you can see the individual in the water after they get dunked.
Slides vary in size from large to small. The slides have
rubber stepping for the children to climb to the top of
the slide in order to slide down. These inflatable slides
are not like play ground slides. Safety walls, mesh netting
and stoppers are in place to insure children safety.
Combinations, referred to as combos, are more than
just a bouncer. Rocking climbing, tunnels, pop-ups,
Velcro walls, and slides can be found in different types
of combos. With an added activity the children can
bounce and much more.
Interactive games are games that you play with another
person. Examples of these types of games are oversized
boxing event, and obstacle courses.