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Randall K.
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Report | a month ago
Very crowded on weekends but a great place for the kids to run around and get tired if you prefer inside play over outside play.
Danna M.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
Less busy day the better
Sarah H.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Bring your own socks, otherwise you must purchase their's to play. :-)
Amy C.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Reserve your party months in advance
William T.
Verified
Report | 4 months ago
Watch your kids. Its a busy play and other parents will sit and watch their kids do bad things and will not do anything. But other than that they will have a blast.
Kayla P.
Verified
Report | 5 months ago
Bring socks!
andreah m.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
Make sure your child wears socks
Kristi S.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
The kids had a great time!!!!
jing h.
Verified
Report | 6 months ago
This is a great place for kids to spread out their energies. My 4 years loves here very much, I definitely recommend this place.
Svetlana V.
Verified
Report | 7 months ago
Nice place. Lots of couches for the parents and free wifi. Many open play time options. Spacious and quiet
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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.

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