Over the Rainbow Obstacle Course - 40ft
- Actual Size: 40L x 11W x 12H
- Setup Area: 60 feet perimeter, 15 feet overhead clearance (additional charge for set up on pavement or hardtop)
- Outlets: 1
- Age Group: 3+
- Attendants: 2
Over the Rainbow Obstacle Course Rental
The Over the Rainbow Obstacle Course is a beautiful unit that will allow your guests to compete through the tunnels, climbs, slides, cross beams, and pop-ups! This 40-foot long, fully enclosed unit is a "must have" item for church, school, and corporate events.
Don't forget, all of your guests will need some refreshments following the challenge of the Over the Rainbow Obstacle Course. Add your favorite Fun Foods to the cart and you'll have all you need to create a great event!
Our standard pricing covers a rental period of UP TO 5 hours.
Any rental period beyond 5 hours is charged an additional $40 per hour.
Keep your rental overnight for just $50 more.
PLEASE NOTE...You are NOT selecting the delivery and pickup times when placing your order. You are selecting your event start time and end time (or UP TO a 5-hour window you want the rental for.
We will deliver & setup prior to your event start time and will pick up at the end time. Our deliveries start at 7am. Our pickups end at 8pm. We will notify you when we are on the way to your location. You are required to be at the location for your delivery and pick up.
There will be an add'l $25 charge for EXACT drop off time and an add'l $25 for EXACT pick up time.
This unit is rented as a DRY unit only.
Intentionally putting water to the unit will automatically upgrade your rental to the wet price.
Requires a three-prong electrical outlet within 100 feet for blower power.
Requires level ground with no overhead obstructions such as power lines or tree limbs.
Requires you to know your area and have any underground utilities, water lines, septic lines marked
ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES - this unit requires 2 attendants
No sliding head first, rider should be seated on their bottom, arms folded across chest and slide down feet first.
No double sliding on any single lane slide
Landing area should be clear before next person slides down.