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    As the only bounce house in the area, my daughter enjoys going here most of the time. During the day there are not many people though and sometimes she gets bored so fast and then wants to play the arcade games, which just suck money. That is my biggest complaint overall…it is way too expensive. When we lived in Virginia, we had a choice of four different places like this and they were all about 4 or 5 bucks a kid. At Fun City it is 10 and you aren’t allowed to bring your own snacks/lunch food. My kids have allergies and I don’t allow junk food, so they are tempted by the crappy vending machine candy, but don’t get to eat their own snacks. It is hard for them to watch other kids running around with cookies and candy that they can’t eat and not have the option of having their own safe foods. The facility is nice and clean and the bouncers are fun, so we will go back for sure, but not too often.

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    My 2 year old has a great time every time we come. Such a great help for nap times!

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    Kids had a great time. Its clean and lots of stuff for them to play on. Very reasonable priced as well.

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    Wow, don’t expect to be a participant in the fun if you are an adult here. I weigh less than the half dozen teens bouncing on the equipment here but because I’m an adult I can’t go inside the play areas with my children. Guess we’ll stick to Chuck E Cheese on future birthday parties. At least I know my money (and participation) will be appreciated there.

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    fun place to let the kids loose