Parks & Recreations

If you are trying to navigate planning a party at a local park, here are a few helpful questions and answers and tips to help you determine if you have everything you need to book with Launch Pad Inflatables.

Your first step is to call your park owner (i.e. City of Brighton, HOA, Brighton Crossings...) and ask the following questions:
Q.Do you require reservations?
A.Most city parks & recreation areas require reservations to secure your spot, this is usually accompanied with a fee. Launch Pad Inflatables is not responsible for this fee.

In some cases if you do not go through the proper channels with the parks & recreation department, a park ranger could shut you down. Launch Pad Inflatables is not responsible for any fees/tickets that may be given, nor will there be any refunds.
Q.Do you require a Certificate of Liability or Certificate of Insurance?
A.Be sure to get all contact information for us to send in the certificate

Name, e-mail or address, phone and/or fax, etc....​

We do this free of charge, simply let us know what park and site number you have reserved.
Q.Can inflatables be set up on grass?
A.If No....ask if there is a paved areas for us to set up on

If on pavement, please note that there will be an extra fee for sand bags.​
Q.Are stakes allowed to anchor the inflatables?
A.If No, don't worry, we can use sand bags to secure the inflatable

Please note that if sand bags are required there will be an extra fee.​
-If ordering online, select "PARK --- sandbags (prices vairy)"
Q.Is there a power source within 100 feet of set up area?
A.Be sure to go to the park a few days before to make sure the power source works.

If no power source is available, don't worry, we also have Generators available to rent, go to Add-Ons to add.
Some other things to keep in mind:

Is the set up area easily accessible?
-No Hills
-No Stairs
-Not more than 250 feet from parking area
If not please call us, there may be additional fees.​


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