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The World's Biggest Bounce House Is Back In California And It's Better Than Ever

There's nothing quite like a giant inflatable castle to unleash your inner kid. If you've been daydreaming about the good old days, we've got some fun news to share. The world's biggest bounce house for adults is coming back to southern California this month and it's better than ever before. 

Set your current status to vacation mode and get ready to enjoy hours of nonstop shenanigans. It's the perfect place to bring your friends or S/O to let loose and have some fun.

The Big Bounce America is 10,000 square feet of wacky, inflatable joy all for you to enjoy. It even broke Guinness World Records for its massive size! 

The adult's only session costs $37 per person and availability runs from February 8 -23 in Silverado and San Bernardino in March. Spots are filling up fast, so we recommend booking your ticket ASAP.

Inside this massive castle, you'll find super fun obstacle courses where you can race your BFFs, go down huge slides, play a game of horse on the bouncy basketball courts, and more.

Psst. If there was ever a time to bust out the lyrics to "Space Jam," this is it.

This year, the theme park is even bigger than before. They've added a brand new bouncy sports arena where you can play dodgeball and soccer. It's all set to fun tunes by the on-site DJ! 

It really doesn't get better than this.

If you don't live in the southern California area and have a serious case of FOMO, don't worry. Big Bounce America is holding a 2020 tour, so chances are, they could also come to a city near you.

While you're in the area, you should also check out this cool Atlantis themed escape room that will totally make you feel like a mermaid.

Big Bounce America

Price: $37 per person for adults ages 16+

Location: Silverado, CA and San Bernardino, CA

When: February 8 - 23 and select dates in March

Why You Should Go: You can relive your childhood at the world's largest bounce house in California.


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