Playtime helps kids develop real-world skills, such as sharing and being able to distinguish which portions of the floor are made of lava. Let the good times flow with this Groupon.
$5 for a 90-Minute Open-Bounce Session (Up to $10 Value)
For up to 90 minutes, children aged 18 months and older frolic across more than 10,000 square feet of space, where a separate toddler area encourages safe play. Adults aged 16 and older are always admitted for free, as are children younger than 18 months, provided an older child accompanies them. View the open-bounce schedule.
Sport Bounce of Loudoun
The larger-than-life inflatables at Sport Bounce of Loudoun aren’t just manufactured in the United States—they’re also crafted from commercial-grade, lead-free vinyl. The staff here takes just as much responsibility for visitors’ safety as they do for their entertainment, and oversee cleanliness throughout the 10,000-square-foot space. The bright, open arena fills with children aged two years and older who glide down two giant inflatable slides, bound through bounce houses and obstacle courses, dunk on inflatable basketball hoops, and fend off inflatable train-robbers in a kid-powered train. Though some areas only accommodate children, adults are welcome to slide and bounce as they supervise their kids at play.
Fun events, such as pajama and birthday parties, are a staff specialty. During each birthday celebration, they perform all setup and cleanup and provide utensils, birthday candles, and a crown or tiara for the birthday child. Each guest leaves with a complimentary photo of all the partygoers gathered on Sport Bounce's signature oversized red inflatable chair.
“Daylight in bouncing area clean place good coffee for parents”
“Great place to while away an hour and a half. Two different large slides, a jumping pillow, two moon bounces and more. Fun birthday for the little ones. I took my...”
“Great place to while away an hour and a half. Two different large slides, a jumping pillow, two moon bounces and more. Fun birthday for the little ones. I took my grandkids (ages 12, 8 and 6) and they all enjoyed it. ”