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Bouncin Bears Texas, Spring

(3.2/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Price is fair. Parents may interact with kids. My kids had fun, although they do not sell food. Everyone must wear sock.  more »
  • Bouncin' Bears is a fun place to go, especially in Houston when it is so hot. There are many bounce houses and slides, there are some for young children only. Drinks available. Socks are a must, no sh...  more »
  • My kids ages 3,6, and 8 love to come to Bouncing Bears. I love that they can come use up tons of energy! There are several different bounce houses and a large bounce pillow to keep them entertained. T...  more »
  • It's an indoor air conditioned facility with about 8 to 10 different bouncy houses, including a giant inflatable "pillow" that is about 50 ft by 15 ft, and several inflatable slides. My 2 year old loves this place. It costs about $5.50 for each kid, and adults are free and are welcome to climb around with their kids. Great value. Just remember to wear socks, but if you forget, you can buy a pair for just $1.
  • Pretty cheap place. It's a little haphazard and not a professionally done conversion from a warehouse to a large bounce playground for kids. However you can definitely take your kids here and let them have fun and play for hours on a budget. Just be careful and watch your kids. There's a few areas on the floor missing padding with exposed concrete, and there's no workers making sure children aren't getting into trouble nor stopping unsupervised kids from wandering outside and into the parking lot.
  • The kids had a blast when we got there at 10am-11am then two bus loads of day care kids (big kids!) came and kind of put a damper on the morning. My 2yr old could hardly jump because the day care kids were all over the place and not at all mindful of a wee toddler. We will definitely be back but will be calling to ensure there are no day care trips planned for that day!!!
  • We absolutely love this place. My boys get their energy out here all the time. Not to expensive either, everyone must wear socks so don't forget. Plenty of tables to sit on too.
  • This place is just okay. The first time I went, I had a nice time with my 17 month old daughter. I went back the second time today around opening time (10:10am) and there were a lot of kids running around, fine, that's expected. Parents are responsible for supervising their kids (which many don't) HOWEVER the people working there should be responsible for enforcing the rules. There was an adult in the play area with his shoes on and bigger kids in the toddler area. I asked the young lady working there was she going to do anything about it and she got on the intercom to say "No shoes in the play area" and repeated herself a couple times unsuccessfully ANNNNNND then that was it. This establishment should not be a free for all for the safety of the children and employees should be trained in handling individuals breaking the rules. This place would be so much better if there was a special time slot in the day just for toddlers or even just a gated area for toddlers and someone to make sure older kids stay I out. I don't think I will be returning anytime soon unless changes are made.