Need a bouncer for your party in a San Diego Park? No problem, we are here to help! We have put everything you need to know on this page to make booking your park event a breeze. Most city parks that allow bouncer setups will require a permit. This ensures that clients are using approved bouncer vendors who have the necessary licenses and insurance for their businesses. San Diego Bouncers is a professional, fully-insured inflatable rental company. We are more than happy to assist make your park event in San Diego a blast!
Steps to a successful San Diego Park Party:
1. Click here to Book your Bouncer (and generator!)
2. Use the links below to find and contact the recreation center assigned to the park of your choice. (Chula Vista parks follow a distinct process, please see below for more information)
3. Ask the park employee the following:
Are inflatables allowed? If so, is an inflatable bouncer permit required? Does the park have a power source? (If not, please add a generator to your order)
4. Apply for the inflatable bouncer permit and pay any fees that apply.
5. Plan to arrive at the park a few minutes before our delivery crew, to direct them to the desired setup area. Dont forget to bring your permit (we will remind you) as the park rangers may ask to see it.
6. Stay at the park until a San Diego Bouncers team member has arrived to pickup the party equipment.
7. Kick your feet up and smile, knowing that your guests just had a great time!
City of San Diego Park Information | San Diego Park Permit Application
Port of San Diego Park Information | Port of San Diego Park Permit Application
San Diego County Park Information | San Diego County Park Permit Application
City of La Mesa Park Information | La Mesa Park Permit Application
City of Santee Park and Permit Information
City of Coronado Park and Permit Information
City of National City Park and Permit Information
City of Poway Park and Permit Information
City of Lemon Grove Park Information | Permit not required!
City of El Cajon Park Information | Permit not required!
How to obtain a Jumper Permit for Chula Vista Parks