A Giant Adult-Friendly Inflatable Obstacle Course Is Happening In Jacksonville Tomorrow
The bounciest race.
Get ready to bounce for joy. The Great Inflatable Race starts tomorrow and it will be one of the most. Be prepared for the most fun workout ever — your comfy tees and yoga pants will definitely come in handy for this one.
This inflatable fun race has been traveling throughout the country and Jacksonville natives will soon be able to rush to the finish line while completing every challenge along the way. From amusement parks to 5K challenges,are the trend right now.
You will relive all your childhood memories running & jumping through this course. The race features different inflatable courses with 8 to 10 massive different inflatables & an Inflatable Village Party at the end of the race.
They even have a sticky wall that is hilarious.
The race will take place on Saturday, October 5th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The original price of the race was $75 but you can get a super discount for $29.99 right now until tomorrow, October 5th.
You can also add fun props & merch to your purchase such as a cape, socks, tutu, drawstring bag, sweatband, fanny pack or Inflatable Village pass.
During the race, you will jump, climb, bounce and run through challenging obstacles over a 3.1-mile course. The custom-designed inflatables are great for any age but we adults are ready to play!
No matter your fitness level, anyone can complete this fun challenge. To register for the race click here. You can also race with at this Daytona entertainment park.
The Great Inflatable Race
Price: $29.99 until 10/05, the regular price is $75.
When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019; 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Address: Equestrian Park — 13611 Normandy Blvd Jacksonville, FL 32221.
Why you need to go: This race has 8 to 10 inflatable challenge courses. Tons of bouncing fun, and an inflatable village party at the end.
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