This of course depends on the size and age of the children. But generally speaking, for children between the ages of 3 and 7 (small children), you can normally fit 8 – 10 children in a 15x15 bouncer. For children between the ages of 8 and 12, you can generally fit 5 – 7 children in a 15x15 bouncer; about 3 – 4 teens can bounce in a 15x15 bouncer at the same time.
Our inflatables can be used both indoors and outdoors, on grass, paved surfaces and hard floors. We have set up our units in several locations, including residential yards, driveways, business parking lots, churches, gymnasiums, parks and school play areas. The main difference between setting up an inflatable indoors vs. outdoors is the method in which we anchor the unit (sandbags vs. stakes). The primary consideration for determining whether an inflatable will fit in any area is the dimensions of the inflatable, taking into account the necessary horizontal and vertical clearance requirements.
Yes, our inflatables can be set up in parks. You will need to work with the Park Manager to determine specific requirements of the park. Some parks require that they be added to our liability insurance policy; if this is the case, we will charge an additional $100 for the additional insurance (our cost for adding the park to our policy).
Day Care Centers
Youth Group Parties