The KidWise Outdoors Clubhouse Climber is a residential-grade inflatable bounce house designed for children ages 12 and under and weighing less than 100 pounds. The capacity is up to 5 children at a time. This is a large slide combo. The footprint required for this unit is approximately 16′ x 16′. Like all inflatables, it is recommended to add a minimum perimeter of 3 feet to your safety zone.

I’m not sure who was more excited to try this inflatable, the kids or me? I have been writing product reviews on inflatables for some time. Therefore, my children have played with the inflatables a lot. Be prepared, this arrives in a box and weighs approximately 130lbs. The gorilla itself weighs less than 120 pounds. It took me about 15 minutes to unpack and set up. Most of that time was spent opening the packaging for this hammock. The inflatable time was right in a minute.

Children have several options to enter the Clubhouse Climber. In the front right corner of the inflatable there is an entrance tunnel to the ramp. This is the easiest way to participate for children of all ages. No parental help needed. If this is where the kids enter, they will enter the bouncing area. The bounce floor for the Clubhouse Climber measures approximately 6′ x 8′. Plenty of space to accommodate 3 bouncers at once. In the back right corner of the bounce area is a climbing wall that takes kids to the next level. Once on this second level, kids can venture down the slide right in front of them, turn right and exit through the climbing wall, or turn left and explore the catwalk to the tower. If the children choose the catwalk they will find the tower with the third slide. The tower slide is a curved slide that returns to the bounce area.

From a kid’s perspective, this bouncy slide combo holds hours of imagination and adventure. From a parents perspective, Clubhouse Climber gets 2 thumbs up! Once your kids are on this inflatable, there’s plenty for them to do. There is a natural counter-clockwise flow that keeps kids moving. This is a definite bonus. Not only does this wear down the kids, it keeps them apart, ultimately promoting a safer environment. Not to mention, this inflatable is one of the only ones I’ve come across that uses green and tan as its color scheme. This definitely blends in with the natural surroundings a bit more than the traditional carnival colors.

This inflatable bouncer gets my recommendation!

KidWise Clubhouse Climber Bounce House Review

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