THE WORLDS LARGEST INFLATABLE
& PARTY RENTAL MARKETPLACE
THE WORLDS LARGEST INFLATABLE& PARTY RENTAL MARKETPLACE
Searching for the Perfect Bouncy House?
You’ve come to the right place. My Bounce House Rentals provides you with the top bouncy rental businesses in the Peoria area!
You will find the only resources you’ll need for planning your next party or event! Now you can enjoy Bouncer fun all year round.
Whether you call it a Jumping Castle, Bounce House, Bouncy Castle, or Moonwalk, we have a huge selection of Bounce House businesses to choose from. We also have Water Slides, Obstacle Courses, and Cotton Candy, Popcorn, and Snow Cone machines. Don’t forget to rent these essentials: tables, chairs, tents, generators, and much more after picking out inflatables!
Do your kids or toddlers love bouncy houses and inflatable water slides?
Of course they do! A bounce house and water slide are going to be used for a kid’s party where children can get together and have a blast. To do this, it’s essential to select a service provider that has been around the area for years, has the proper inflatables, and has an excellent reputation in the city. MYBHR provides high-quality options that will help you select the perfect company for your party. It will be kid-friendly, fun, and simply the best possible fit for the situation.
Our suppliers carry everything you can dream of for inflatables!
Water Slide Jumper
Water Slide Rentals
Adult Bounce Rentals
And much more for your kids to have the best party possible!
Find An Affordable Bounce House Rental Near You
Finding a bounce house service means discovering an affordable solution. Maybe it is about creating something that’s genuinely memorable and is going to provide the type of quality everyone wants to enjoy at a party. With our large selection of business, you can effortlessly compare, and your party can come to life at an affordable price point.
Don’t forget to customize your party and rent a cotton candy, popcorn, or snow cone machine to go with your jumper rental to give the children a party to remember!
Customization is one of the most important things with any bounce house that’s brought into the event. No one wants to host an event that is dull or doesn’t have the sort of quality to it that is desired in this day and age. For hosts, it is time to look at high-grade inflatables from MYBHR options as soon as possible because this is going to be a real game-changer. It’s the best way to customize the event down to the last detail, which makes all the difference.
More information about Peoria AZ
Peoria is a city in Maricopa and Yavapai counties in the U.S. state of Arizona. Located primarily in Maricopa County, it is a major suburb of Phoenix. According to 2010 Census Bureau releases, the population of the city is 154,065. Peoria is currently the sixth largest city in Arizona for land area, and the ninth largest for population. It was named after Peoria, Illinois. (The word peoria is a corruption of the Illini word for “prairie fire”.) Peoria is now larger in population than its namesake. It is the spring training home of the San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners who share the Peoria Sports Complex. In July 2008, Money magazine listed Peoria in its “Top 100 Places to Live”.
Peoria’s first library was held at the women’s club in 1920 until it moved to the old Peoria City Hall in 1975 (where the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts was constructed and currently sits). The library eventually moved to the Peoria Municipal Complex. In May 1959 the Women’s Club gave the clubhouse to the City of Peoria.
Peoria sits on flat gently sloping desert terrain in the Salt River Valley, and extends into the foothills of the mountains to the north. Like all desert towns, the key to Peoria’s settlement was water. Seasonal rainfall and runoff from mountain snowmelt filled the Salt River, at times flooding the valley and wiping out months of backbreaking labor. If the area was to become habitable and productive all year, the cycle of flood and drought had to be replaced with a reliable supply of water that could be controlled year-round. The pioneers turned to irrigation. In 1868 John W. “Jack” Swilling organized a group of men to dig the first modern irrigation ditch in the Salt River Valley. Their success enticed more people to settle in the area and reap the benefits of a revitalized irrigation system.