‘World’s Biggest Bounce House’ returns to DC area for limited time

Looking for something fun to do this weekend that’s off the beaten path?

The “World’s Largest Bounce House” officially opens at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, Maryland, on Saturday.

If you can’t make it this weekend — don’t worry. It’ll be here for a whole month until June 11.

Here’s a preview of what the attraction has to offer.

The experience features four massive inflatable activities spanning 16,000 square feet.

In addition to the Bounce House, there’s a newly added Sport Slam featuring a customized, inflatable sports arena and a 900-foot obstacle course called “The Giant.”

Assistant tour manager Billy Jamison said people of all ages are welcome.

“It’s not only for kids; this is for the entire family,” he told WTOP. “And if you don’t even want to bring your kids to this, we have a whole slot dedicated entirely to the adults.”

“Everybody’s a kid once they get into this confinement here,” he added. “The Castle, The Giant, the ball pit, Airspace Sports … it just brings out the big kid in everybody. How could it not?!”

Jamison said they’re back in the nation’s capital for the first time in a couple of years.

“Demand was high — a lot of people wanted us to come back,” he said. “This is a great opportunity to be back in D.C., especially this time of year when we’re still getting the best weather.”

The attraction will be here for four weekends — Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays — starting on May 20 at 9 a.m. Bouncy attractions close at 9:30 p.m., except on Sundays, when they close at 6 p.m.

For tickets, check out their website.

Tickets start at $22, and the event managers say advanced tickets are encouraged because they are expected to sell out. After purchasing online, you can scan a QR code when you arrive to enter hassle-free.

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Matt Kaufax

A Northern Virginia native who grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, Matt is thrilled to be back home in the D.C. metro area covering news for a station he grew up listening to. Keeping the community he calls home informed about the day's events is something he considers an honor and privilege.

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