DENVER – People often talk about the simpler days of childhood and how they would like to experience them again. This weekend, as it turns out, you’ll be able to in Colorado Springs.
Covering an area of more than 10,000 square feet, the world’s biggest bounce house is stopping for three days in Colorado as part of the Big Bounce America tour.
For a whole hour, both young and not-so-young alike can play in a giant Candyland board game-colored space that includes a DJ platform and, as you would have guessed, disco lights at its center.
A DJ will hold contests, including a slam-dunk, on six inflatable basketball hoops. There will also be an obstacle course and you’ll be able to compete for prizes by busting a move, according to the Colorado Springs Gazette.
But the fun doesn’t end there.
Guests can stay the whole day and enjoy other activities outside the big bounce house: wheelbarrow, three-legged races, sack, corn hole, darts hula hooping, swing-ball, and “various other outdoor classics from yesteryear,” according to the company’s website.
The bounce housing sessions take place throughout the day and are designated family, kids 15 and younger and accompanying adults, and much more. An adult-only session takes place on Sunday, the Gazette reports.
The World’s Biggest Bounce House will be at El Pomar Youth Sports Complex, located at 2212 Executive Circle, in Colorado Springs, from Friday through Sunday during the following hours: