Bounce houses aren't just for kids anymore! They've grown up and blown up — we're seeing them at backyard parties, festivals, weddings and more. Folks flock to the adults-only sessions at the world's biggest bounce house (16,000 square feet) when it pops up in major cities in the U.S. But what if you had one of your own? These backyard inflatables are bigger and stronger than the kiddie versions and tough enough to withstand enthusiastic adults. The best part? They're just a click away at Amazon. Here are a few jumbo-size offerings that caught our eye.
Grand and majestic, this all-white castle beckons you to bounce. Just imagine the pictures you'll take in this photo booth/fun house, which is made of commercial-grade PVC vinyl, double-stitched for durability. D rings adorn the tent high and low — high for decorations and low to help keep it grounded. It spans 13x13x10 feet, fits up to 6 people and has a max weight of 500 pounds.
For a darker take, this goth bounce house is oh-so-chic. Standing at 13.5x11.5x10, it is made of durable PVC and comes with a 680W blower. It can handle only 264 pounds, but man, doesn't it look cool? If you prefer a pop of color, the D-rings stand ready for decorations.
Shade seekers will delight in this elegant model with a domed roof. Double-stitched and made with commercial PVC, this covered 13x13x13 bouncy castle is durable, waterproof and UV resistant. Includes a 1,100W blower.
The most expansive option on our list, this 16x16x10 covered castle extraordinaire accommodates 6 to 10 people. Like the others, it's made of heavy-duty PVC and is double-stitched for durability, so it'll hold up under big feet. Comes with a blower, so it's ready to go when you are. UV-resistant and waterproof, to boot. Balloons not included!
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