Aly and I had the opportunity to visit BounceU of Fishers this past Friday. I’m pretty sure the experience exceeded all of her expectations. In all honesty, her expectations really weren’t that high because I didn’t explain where we were going and what she was going to be doing. All that being said, she had a blast. I’d like to thank the BounceU team for giving Aly the opportunity to bounce her heart out.*
The facility has two giant rooms full of inflatable bounce houses, slides, and games. Parents are welcome to join in the fun (for free) as you wear your child out and make a few memories along the way.
Aly’s favorite experience was the Giant Vertical Tower of Doom (that’s my name, not theirs). She spent well over an hour climbing this monstrosity, determined to grab one of the highest and most difficult flags on the tower. It was much more difficult than it looked.
With Open Bounce, Family Bounce Night, and Cosmic Bounce there are plenty of opportunities to play with your kids. Just be careful. The slides are slick. And fast. And if you don’t tuck in your elbows, you’ll get a nasty form of carpet burn.
But it was definitely worth the trip for us. And we’ll be back. I’m not sure if that’s a threat or a promise. I guess you’ll have to ask the fine people at BounceU 😉
As a Summer promotion, BounceU of Fishers is offering a Summer Passport, which gives you unlimited access to all of the Open Bounce sessions they’re hosting throughout the season. Passports are $79, but the good folks at BounceU have given me one passport to give away to you, the fine readership of Life in the Fishbowl. All you have to do is enter the raffle down below. Come back every day to earn more entries!
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