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How much does it cost to rent a water slide jumper?

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Item Rental Price
Backyard Water Slide (Small) $167
Water Slide #2 (Medium) $237
Water Slide #1 (Dolphin / Large) $279
Pop-Corn Machine $99 $89 ($10 off w/ jumper)

How much money does a water slide cost?

Just how much does an inflatable water slide cost, really? Consumer grade Vinyl Crossover™ inflatable water slides typically start in the $800 to $900 range, and can cost up to $1300 or more. Meanwhile, commercial inflatable water slides can cost anywhere from $1500 to $8000 or even more.

What is the tallest water slide that you can rent?

Make your event one to remember when you rent the largest inflatable waterslide Minnesota – and the rest of the world – has to offer. The infamous Hippo Waterslide is 4-stories tall and 170′ long, making it the largest inflatable wet/dry slide in the world! This slide may be no joke, but it is all fun.

What is a swimming pool slide called?

A water slide (also referred to as a flume, or water chute) is a type of slide designed for warm-weather or indoor recreational use at water parks. Water slides run into a swimming pool (often called a plunge pool) or a long run-out chute.

How much is it to rent out a water park?

Waterpark Rentals

Color Key
$3600 per hour $2450/hour after 5:30pm EXCEPT ON BLUE DAYS $1800 per hour $3600 per hour $2450/hour after 6:30pm EXCEPT ON BLUE DAYS

Do inflatable water slides recycle water?

An inflatable water slide uses less water than a permanent slide or a swimming pool. And the water is recycled and can continue to be so for as long as it is clean. You don’t have to worry about too high of a water bill.

How do water parks keep water clean?

Keeping Water Play Areas / Interactive Fountains Clean People may not realize that although there is no standing water in these attractions, the spray water will rinse any contaminants (for example, diarrhea, vomit, and dirt) down into the water holding area and be sprayed again.