Important Safety Rules
  • Always operate under adult supervision.
  • Extra caution and supervision is required for children ages
    three (3) and under.
  • Never allow older kids to bounce with children 3 and under unless they are properly supervised by an adult.
  • Individuals with head, neck, back or other muscular-skeletal injuries or disabilities, pregnant women, small infants and others who may be susceptible to injury from falls, bumps or bouncing are not permitted in the unit at any time.
  • No flips or extreme horseplay permitted.
  • DO NOT bounce or step near the entrance.
  • Remove shoes, glasses and jewelry.
  • No sharp objects allowed inside moonwalk.
  • Stay off netting at all times.
  • Keep toddlers from putting netting in mouth.
  • No persons over 170 pounds allowed inside moonwalk.
  • Separate groups of children according to size and/or age.
  • No "Silly String" allowed in or around moonwalk.Should "Silly String" come in contact with the moonwalk, it would cause irreparable damage.
  • No one is allowed in Moonwalk while it is being inflated or deflated.
  • In case of rain and/or lightning, have children exit moonwalk and turn off motor.
  • In case of accidental power outage to unit, have children exit moonwalk then check for disconnection.
  • Persons not following safety rules should be excused from play immediately.
  • Remember, It´s always better to be safe than sorry !



Home Parties
  • TThe moonwalk can be setup on grass, concrete, asphalt, dirt or any other surface that is relatively flat. A slight slope is not a problem.
  • You must have at least one foot of extra space around the perimeter of the moonwalk. The entrance side should face and open area.
  • The unit must be setup within 100 feet of an electrical outlet.
  • We do NOT encourage setups near swimming pools, however if there is no other option all adult supervision MUST be EXTRA attentive.
  • Absolutely NO PETS Allowed by Equipment.
Park Parties
  • The unit must be setup within 100 feet of an electrical outlet. If the park does not have electricity, you will need to rent a generator.
    Some parks require permits and/or will require an "Additional Insured" document naming the city or entity as additionally insured. If either is required, it is your responsibility to obtain it.