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Slide, Jump, Run and Family Fun at Inflatable World

On our last day of our family vacation in San Diego, we spotted Inflatable World off the freeway in Mission Valley. We quickly exited the freeway and made our way back to the large outdoor inflatable park. We spent about three hours having fun (Laura just relaxed in the shade) sliding, running and jumping around the park’s variety of inflatables. See our Inflatable World Review with details and other photos of our fun time at the park.

Inflatable Slides, Jumpers and Obstacle Courses

Inflatable World King Kong Style Slide

This King Kong style slide was one of the tallest inflatables and had the biggest drop. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World Ax Man Slide

The Ax Man slide at Inflatable World looks a bit intimidating. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable Worl Titanic Slide

Another large drop slide was this Titanic inflatable. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World's Wave of Fire slide

The Wave of Fire slide was a medium sized slide but still a whole lot of fun. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World's Crash Course Slide

The Crash Course inflatable was a combo slide and obstacle course. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable Obstacle Course

A look inside one of the cool obstacle course inflatables. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World's Rat Race Obstacle Challenge

Here is the Rat Race Obstacle Challenge which has you climbing, crawling and jumping around. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World Sabre Tooth Tiger slide

This is the medium sized Sabre Tooth Tiger slide. You can see the larger King Kong slide to the left of the image. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Dinosaur Jumper

This is the Dinosaur jumper which was good for all but the smallest of kids. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Inflatable World Obstacle Course

Another look inside an obstacle course inflatable. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Sliding down King Kong Inflatable

Sliding down the largest drop at the park took a bit of courage from our daughter, but after the first one, she was ready to climb back up for another go. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Sliding down the Wave of Fire

Madison sliding down the Wave of Fire. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

The Grounds of Inflatable World

Inflatable World Shoe Storage

This is the tidy area where you take off and leave your shoes while you are at the park. Remember to bring socks! | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Chairs in the Shade

This is one of many areas for those parents that wish to relax. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Relaxing at Inflatable World

Laura kicking back with her iPad while me and Madi run around the park. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

We enjoyed our time at Inflatable World and will stop by again on our next trip to San Diego. See our San Diego Tourist Map for directions and more attractions around the city. For ticket pricing, park hours and more information on Inflatable World, visit their website.

We were provided free entry for the purpose of reviewing this park on our blog. Regardless, we would only recommend places, activities or services that we would use/visit personally and that we believe will be good for our readers.

About Joe Filipowicz

I have a passion for finding fun things to do, good restaurants and places to stay while traveling with my family and friends. Since it takes a lot of research and exploration to find these family friendly places, I wanted to share my findings with others to make it easier for them to plan their next getaway.

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