Rock Climbing Wall Rentals

What’s better than having a bounce house at a party? Having a bounce houseĀ and a rock climbing wall! This killer combo has been one of the most popular party rentals of all time. When it comes to children’s birthday parties, kids will always be kids and will eventually get sick of bouncing in the bounce house after a while. As a parent, you want your kids to remain and have the best time possible. Having a rock climbing wall at your party in addition to a rock climbing wall can keep kids more occupies and entertained for twice as long as opposed to just having one of the two. If you really want to step your party game up and have 3 awesome things for kids to play on, a water slide rental would be another great addition but we’ll save that for a later post.

090403-N-9860Y-003 OAK HARBOR, Wash. (April 3, 2009) Lt. Cmdr. Brian Danielson, assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129, gives his daughter pointers as she attempts to climb the rock wall during Northwest Outdoor Adventure Day at Crescent Harbor Adventures at the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island seaplane base. Outdoor Adventure Day was held as the conclusion of NAS Whidbey Island's "Tiger Week," which provided activities to children during the Oak Harbor School District's Spring Break period. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tucker M. Yates/Released)

Rock climbing walls are a cool rental that not all companies will offer. If you’re looking for a rock climbing wall, we definitely recommend starting off with a Google search to see what companies in your area offer this service. Most of the time if the company you call doesn’t have a rock climbing wall to rent they will usually refer you to another company in the area that will be able to accommodate you. If you’ve read our article regarding hiring a bounce house rental company, than the same principles apply for renting a rock climbing wall. It’s even more important to hire a reputable company with good online reviews when it comes to renting a rock climbing wall because the risks are a lot greater that someone could get hurt. There will obviously be someone from the rental company working the wall and making sure everyone is following proper safety guidelines, but you’ll want to make sure that person is educated and knows how to handle any situation. This can also be done over the phone when prospecting different companies for your rental needs.

Rock climbing walls come in many different shapes and sizes so it’s important to think about who will be climbing on the wall when you’re deciding on a rental. Many companies have rock climbing walls that range from 15 feet to 30 feet so if you’re renting one for a kids party it’s usually a smart decision to pick the smallest one they have. The good thing is that if you’ll be having a mix of people partaking in the rock climbing experience, you can always rent the larger one and set strict rules for the kids about how high they can go on the wall. Fun fact for all of you party rental enthusiasts in Arizona… If you type in “bounce house rentals az” into your search browser, you’ll see a company called B.T. Bouncies. We heard on the street that they are buying a 35 foot, portable, rock climbing wall some time late this year which they will be able to setup all around the Southwestern United States!

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