This multi-user number will make your backyard all of your kids' friends flock to. Up to ten kids can go berserk on the Bonzai Sidewinder thanks to its two water cannons, a climbing wall, and slide that lands in an oversized lagoon.
With a little geographical help of a long slope and a lake to land in – you can set up a 60-foot slide that will deliver your laughing child lighting fast into the body of water.
Blast Zone’s Pirate’s Bay is a best seller for good reason – there’s a lot going on. The enclosed bounce house and tunnel additions make it feel more like an amusement park than slide alone.
While the Fiesta may only do one thing—climb up, slide down—it does that thing extremely well. It’s a stand alone 36-foot slide, what more can you ask for?
For the boat focused pirate enthusiast for whom a bust of a pirate ship in a cove won’t do: enter the DuraLite Pirate Ship. The 20’ by 12’ ship encases a waterslide that will create a magical waterpark for your little buccaneers.
Anchor the 12’ 5” high Freefall Supreme in the middle of a lake and watch kids and adults go wild with the acrobatics a rigid bouncy slide can deliver.
You want over the top? How about a water slide bounce house that also has a ball pit? It manages to tick boxes in the backyard recreation category we didn’t know we needed.
Is this really the World’s Longest Backyard Waterslide as the name suggests? No. In its defense, though, the incredible speeds that your family will reach on this 32-foot standalone slide with inflatable cushioning will make the deceiving marketing obsolete.