Physicists estimate that 47% of the energy in the universe is stored in stars, and the other 98% rages inside human children. Release your child's unyielding cosmic energy with today's Groupon to The Jungle Gym. Choose between the following options:
• For $30, you get a 10-visit punch card (a $65 value), which can be shared among multiple children in the same family.
• For $100, you get a party for up to 15 kids (up to a $200 value). Only one party is allowed per home.
The Jungle Gym's plush and cushiony play sets give kids as old as age 11 a stimulating and safe environment of bright colors, jungle themes, and fun exercise opportunities. Kids can let their imaginations run as wild as a herd of lynx in a milk-and-meat factory by jumping into bounce houses shaped like lions, exploring tunnels, or rolling by on riding toys. Toddlers have a private play club of their own, and the bigger kids can seek adventure on a zipline, expertly traverse a cargo rope ladder, or practice for future political attack ads on the dress-up stage.
Alternately, the jungle-party package gives up to 15 kids unlimited access to the play area, including the games, ball pit, and Lego room, where the tiny architects can construct castles and ominous, epoch-defining obelisks with modular building blocks. Following the running, bounding, and climbing, kids are corralled into the bedazzled private shindig room for a 55-minute hootenanny complete with soft drinks and a safari hat and a free-return-entry gift certificate for the birthday girl or boy.
The Jungle Gym
Featured in the Polk County Itemizer-Observer for keeping kids active and engaged, The Jungle Gym is a place where sock-footed tykes can traverse three bouncy playplaces, meander through colorful tunnels, and exercise imaginations in the Lego room. A lion-shaped inflatable playhouse beckons children to climb its mane, slide down its tongue, and punch its kidneys. Kids climb a rope ladder to reach a scenic zenith above friends and steer toy vehicles and trains to navigate the ground level. On occasion, Pippin the parrot visits to converse with kids or to squawk out instructions to build a makeshift birdcage in the Lego room. Toddlers mingle in a dedicated, safe play area and pintsize explorers navigate narrow thoroughfares.
101 SW Court St.
Dallas, Oregon 97338