Domestic Inflatables: Jumping Castles for Girls

Think of domestic inflatables and you typically imagine young boys enjoying boisterous activities. But the fact is that young girls love jumping castles equally. Here’s are look at some of the models that are sure to charm and delight your young princess.

For a budget option that will save you a fortune in renting, choose the Blast Zone 8 foot x 8 foot Bouncer. It can accommodate up to three energetic girls who will spend many a happy hour dancing, jumping and bopping. You can set this ‘plug and play’ unit up in just a minute.

Units such as the Magic Castle Bounce House can hold up to three kids. Access is via the safe slide and a surrounding of mesh ensures everyone stays safe however hot the action gets inside.

If your girls are at that age when fairy tales are real, they’ll love the Princess Dreamland Jumping Castle. It’s the ideal way to transport them and their friends to a magic realm, far from the humdrum world of your back yard.

Each of the above are small enough so that they can be setup indoors if desired. This makes them perfect for parties, sleepovers, and any kind of fun you can imagine. And of course, boys will love them too.

Extend the Action with Combos

If you want to include the watery fun of a slide to your castle, you can simply invest in a combo unit. These combine the best features of both types of domestic inflatable.

One charming example is the Princess Palace Combo. You can a Princess Palace bounce house along with other fun features including a wet/dry slide, sprayer, mini climbing wall, and splash pool/ball pit. It’s just the thing for those hot days.

Though made for home use, these units are crafted from commercial grade vinyl with reinforced seams. You get years of use from your domestic inflatable which makes them a great investment as well as providing safe and healthy fun for your kids.

Check out the Jump City website for full details of all the models available. Then call us on 02 4403 0511 to place your secure order.

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