Bounce houses provide an environmentally friendly way to burn youthful energy, unlike coal-powered swing sets. Encourage eco-conscious exuberance with today’s Groupon to Lone Star Bounce Town in Pearland. Choose from the following options:
- For $17, you get 5 open-play sessions (up to a $35 value).
- For $33, you get 10 open-play sessions (up to a $70 value).
- For $47, you get 15 open-play sessions (up to a $105 value).
Youngsters race through Lone Star Bounce Town’s 9,000 square feet of fun flooring, expending excess energy by springing from inflatable to inflatable and exercising imaginations with a variety of games and toys. Disney-themed inflatables abound within the fun factory, including blown-up slides inspired by the movie Cars and a bouncy castle bedecked with images of cartoon princesses. Aspiring athletes can be like Mike on a springy basketball court, or thwack plastic balls off baseball tees after signing autographs for starstruck teddy bears. The Tiny Town area fills its diminutive space with activities suited for toddlers, such as its own inflatable play houses and toy cars for simulating the soul-crushing traffic jams of the future.
Once their legs are bounced out, kids can retire to the arcade to play foosball, video games, or air hockey. Ten plush couches accommodate parents in full view of their children as they surf the web with free WiFi and enjoy coffee from the café.
Lone Star Bounce Town
Tiny legs scamper across Lone Star Bounce Town's 9,000-square-foot floor, bounding from one cushy inflatable to the next and pausing before a gallery of kid-friendly toys and games. Disney-inspired bounce houses populate the open space, including new plush slides and domiciles that pay homage to the bubbly heroes of Toy Story 3, Winnie the Pooh, and Dante's Inferno. Tykes hone their hand-eye coordination by shooting hoops on the inflatable basketball court, cracking plastic balls off baseball tees, or threading straws into juice boxes in the Lone Star Cafe. A special subsection designed for toddlers, Lone Star's Tiny Town, features scaled-down playhouses, toy cars, and colorful, bouncy balls.
The clatter of foosball and air-hockey tables makes a steady drumbeat, over which drifts the sounds of an arcade—the happy digital babble of a modem dreaming. Ten leather couches with a full view of the children accommodate parents as they surf free WiFi and enjoy coffee from the café.