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Bounce-A-Rama Chandler

If your kids bounce around the house, head over to Bounce-A-Rama in Chandler to get those wiggles out. Bounce-A-Rama in Chandler has a separate toddler section and huge inflatables for the bigger kids up to ages 13 and 62″ tall too!

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Bounce-A-Rama is located at 845 N 54th Street in Chandler.

Bounce-A-Rama is huge! I expected a smaller area, but there is over 33,000 feet of fun packed into this indoor jump house. With a cafe, arcade and games, birthday party area and prize shop, Bounce-A-Rama is sure to excite the energetic child.

Cafe at Bounce-a-rama

The cafe named Fly N Dine is huge, kid friendly with lots of seating and TVS playing child friendly shows. Bounce-a-Rama features Hand Made Pizza with no preservatives, wings, mac and cheese, salads, cookies and ice cream are all available at the cafe.

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This is just some of the arcade and the prize shop. Bathrooms are down the hall past the cafe. There is a huge men, women’s and family restroom.

Check in bounce a rama

The check-in area at Bounce-A-Rama is easy and simple. No waivers to fill out (you’ll see the waiver of liability is on your wristband). After checking in, you go through a small gate to get inside.

bounce-a-rama gate

 

I took a little tour around with my cell phone video, because it was just so large! A Camera couldn’t really capture the amount of fun in just a few pictures.

All of the bounce houses at Bounce-A-Rama are custom made, plus they will be switched out every six months or so. Bounce-A-Rama features the switchable bounce houses so that members can enjoy different obstacles and so that there is rotation for birthday parties.

birthday suits at bounce a rama

Birthday suites at Bounce-A-Rama are made to look like different buildings. They are separate with separate entrances from the main hall near the bathrooms and the cafe. There is no entrance from the “bounce field” to the party suites.

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Another angle of the Party suites and the hallway.

All bouncers must wear socks. Water is allowed but must have a cover. There is a vending machine inside the bounce area, and shoe holders where you can put your water bottle.

shoe holder bounce a rama

You can See Dimples wearing the wristband.

Seating for adults was near the little kids area (42″ and under).

Bounce a Rama

The toddler area was called “Bounce-A-Rama JR”. Dimples spent some time over there and at the big slides as he kind of fits in both categories! He is my short stuff. The Bounce-A-Rama Jr was just as fun for him as the bigger kids area.

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The Bounce-A-Rama big kids area had huge slides that were way taller than me-I would say some went up to about 25-30 feet in the air. On each of the inflatables is an exit and entrance area that is marked, but unfortunately a little hard to understand if the child can’t read. It may be worth walking around with your child to show them which is the proper entrances and exits.

Dimples-bounce-a-rama

From the smile on Dimple’s Face, you can see he had an amazing time. He was running almost the entire time and finding new friends to play with. Bounce-a-Rama was very clean, friendly staff and a large area for many kids to have fun. There is a staff member walking the floor making sure kids are being safe, music playing that is both kid and adult friendly and Free Wifi if you need to catch up on work while your child plays. We will definitely be back, and can’t wait to see what other themes they have in store!

PS. Parking is easy, and it is a huge lot!

The Basics

Bounce-A-Rama Chandler

845 N 54th Street

Chandler, AZ

We received complimentary admission. All opinions are 100% my own.

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