Closed inflatable trampoline
a bouncy castle
inflatable castles (closed inflatable trampolines, bouncy houses or cits) temporary inflatable structures , buildings , similar items rented functions, school , church festivals , small town fetes , used recreational purposes, particularly children. growth in popularity of moonwalks has led inflatable rental industry includes inflatable slides, obstacle courses, games, , more. inflatables ideal portable amusements because easy transport , store.
an inflatable shaped elephant
a “catch wave” inflatable slide
the name given such structures varies. have been marketed such names “bounce house”, “bouncies”,”moon bounce”, “boingalow”, “astrojump”, “moonwalk”, “jolly jump” , “spacewalk”. “brinca brinca”, name commonly used latinos, spanish “jump jump”. in el paso, texas, referred “jumping balloons”. term “jolly jumps” used describe inflatable playground construction in rural areas , areas in western united states, term otherwise obsolete. in southern california, popular term “closed inflatable trampolines”, or “cits”. “bouncy castle” or “inflatable castle” used in ireland, uk, new zealand , parts of australia, , “jumping castles” in australia, canada, south africa , arizona in united states