There is a fun bounce place right down the road from our house (Lilburn, at the corner of Oak and Dogwood) that my kids love. It’s called Bounce-A-Rama and they are a local family owned inflatable business.
We hung out today at their 7,000+ square foot space for a few hours so the kids could play. One of my favorite things about Bounce-A-Rama (besides being locally owned) is that you are allowed to bring in your own food and drinks. They do have a small snack bar on site that is reasonable priced, stocked with chips, juice boxes, and more. They also have chairs set up for parents to chill in, with free wifi so you can work while your kids play.
Regular admission prices are as follows:
Ages 2-4: $3.00 weekdays/$4.00 weekends
Ages 5+: $7.00 weekdays/$8.00 weekends
Children under 2 are free with another paid admission. Otherwise the admission is the same as the 2-4 age range.
Admission includes unlimited play time during open play hours.
They are also currently running a special where you can purchase a pass that’s good through the end of the year. Ages 2-4 are $20 and 5+ are $40. It’s a great option if you plan to go several times through December.
They do offer specials sometimes through Groupon, which I love. We can purchases passes for all six kids for $14.00 through Groupon*, which saves us $30.00! Socks are required of course, but if you happen to forget yours, they have them available to purchase for $1.00 a pair.
Bounce-A-Rama is also a great place for birthday parties. We’ve attended parties there, although we haven’t actually hosted one ourselves. Parties start at $155 for 10 kids and go up to $400 for a 2 hour rental of the entire facility (up to 125 kids). The facility rental is a great option for large families like ours, allowing us to have a party for all six kids at once and really maximize on the savings. They have private rooms you can use for cake and presents which are included in the rental price. And again, outside food is always allowed, so you can bring in your own pizza, ice cream, drinks, etc.
Another thing I really like about their facility is that they offer more than just the basic moonwalks. Today they had one regular moonwalk set up, as well as several others with obstacle courses and slides. They also have a small play area with a clubhouse and kitchen for smaller children that may not be big enough for the larger inflatables.
*Referral link disclaimer-If you aren’t already a Groupon member, if you sign up through my link I do receive a referral fee.
Do you have any inflatable places near you that you enjoy taking your kids to? Share them in the comments below so other local parents can check them out!