Crawl under the rubber flaps of a giant bounce house and enter a miniature town made of inflated, bouncy material full of adults bobbing, hopping and leaping from place to place looking far too …
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Crawl under the rubber flaps of a giant bounce house and enter a miniature town made of inflated, bouncy material full of adults bobbing, hopping and leaping from place to place looking far too uncoordinated to be taken seriously. This is the World's Biggest Bounce House, measuring about 10,000 square feet with a capacity of roughly 400 people.
On June 15 and 16, the village of three different bounce houses occupied an empty lot in Meridian Park in northern Douglas County. It will return this weekend, June 22 and 23, before the crew picks up and moves on to the next city.
“I felt like a little kid again,” said Morgan Friedman, of Centennial.
The World's Biggest Bounce House, temporarily set up near the intersection of Jamaica Street and Meridian Boulevard, is the main attraction for Big Bounce America, a traveling event boasting the house as a certified Guinness World Record holder for the world's largest bounce house. Around it are a 900-foot obstacle course and an additional space-themed game area with a slide and a Nerf dart tag area.
Tickets are $30 for adults, $25 for kids and $16 for toddlers and can be found at thebigbounceamerica.com.
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