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World’s Biggest Bounce House in Scottsdale

We had the best weekend, checking out the World's Biggest Bounce House in Scottsdale! Seriously, it was like 10 bounce houses combined, and offered options to slide, jump, climb, and more.

We had the best weekend, checking out the World’s Biggest Bounce House in Scottsdale! Seriously, it was like 10 bounce houses combined, and offered options to slide, jump, climb, and more. Our three-year-old had as much fun at our eleven-year-old – and we’ll admit, Mom and Dad even enjoy letting out their inner child.

There are three options for play within the play space: the main bounce house, a smaller one, and then the obstacle course. Our favorite places were the overslide slides, climbing walls, and the obstacle course. I think the kids did the obstacle course almost a dozen times in a row, it was that fun!

If your have younger jumpers, definitely have a parent with them at all times. The bounce house is huge. Of note, there is only one entrance and exit to the main bounce house, but several emergency exits. These have heavy Velcro on three sides, but are loose on the bottom (understandably). So a small child could escape if they wished.

Out of all the family friendly activities we’ve done, this experience ranks as a top favorite. The concept of a bounce house is so simple – but so fun! And adults, whether or not they are super active, can join in with their kids and make some memories.

A few tips:

  • grip socks are better than regular socks; you can bring your own, or purchase a pair onsite.
  • we found that leggings/sweatpants worked better on the slides than shorts or jeans.
  • bring water and snacks! There is water and snow cones for sale. Restrooms are port-a-potties.
  • strollers are allowed, but obviously not in the bounce house.

25,000 square feet of fun awaits! Funbox: World’s Biggest Bounce House is in Scottsdale NOW through January 2023. Tickets are available for purchase here, with jump time offered in 90-minute slots, at $22/person (ages 0-2 and seniors are free with a ticketed customer). Read the FAQ for more info.

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  • Jana Tingom

    Jana is a homeschooling mother of three children, and lives in Scottsdale with her husband, Chris. She enjoys traveling, reading and coffee. Follow @phoenixwithkids on Instagram for daily photos around Phoenix!

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