This past winter I was lucky enough to win an amazing Misty Kingdom Bouncer, Ball Pit & Water Park from the Blast Zone Facebook Page. My two little guys absolutely love this inflatable bounce house and ball pit and get so excited when I mention taking it out, it is the hit of any party we have, and my son’s preschool friends love coming over to bounce around.
Blast Zone Water Slide:
With the summer just around the corner and the weather getting warmer, I have been checking out their inflatable water parks. After browsing through a few I decided on the Twist N Spout Water Park. One of the main features I wanted in the Blast Zone water slide is that the child is able to climb up the water slide, go down, and get back to the stairs of the slide without stepping foot on the grass, which the Blast Zone Twist N Spout Water Park allows.
The Water Slide is Easy To Set Up:
When I first opened the Twist N Spout Water Park box, two boxes were inside, one contained the water park itself and the other included the blower. At first the water park comes all folded up in the box, but after each use there is a bag included to put in it. Although the water park is heavy, I was able to carry it myself.
Setting up the water slide is easy and takes just a few minutes. Find a level area where you intend to put the inflatable water slide, make sure to clear the area of any sticks or rocks to prevent tears. I also lay a large tarp down to help protect the inflatable water slide and keep it cleaner. Attach the blower then stake it down with the provided stakes, you may need a hammer. Plug it in and within a minute the water park was fully inflated. Once inflated you can attach the sprayer system, the tubing is heavy duty and easy to attach. Simply place the Velcro which is attached to the water park around the tubing and it stays in place. Once I had the sprayer system all attached, I turned on the hose and water started spraying from the top of the slide, and the water cannon.
The blower will have to stay on the entire time the water park is being used, once turned off the sides will deflate and water will pour out.
At first we had the water on full blast but I noticed a lot of water on the grass and rocks on the left backside of the water park from the water cannon shooting water, so after I turned the water down it was a lot better and we did not waste excess water.
Holds up to 6 Children:
The Twist N Spout Water Park measures 18′ x 8′ x 11′. It can hold up to 6 children; 1 on the slide, 1 on the climbing wall, and 4 in the splash area. The maximum weight on the inflated area is 200 lbs.
The stairs on the blast zone water slide have foot holes as well as handles so the kids can easily climb up, within seconds Jonathan and Trevor would be at the top ready to slide down. The sprayer system is attached to the top of the slide and the water allows the slide to get “slippery” to allow the child to slide down. Jonathan tried going down the slide when it was dry and didn’t have much luck.
Jonathan’s favorite part was the water cannon, which you can twist and turn to spray water, he loved spraying his little brother. As soon as the hose is turned on the water cannon starts spraying. Without being touched the water cannon only stays in one position and sprays towards the middle-left of the water park, but it can easily be maneuvered to the right and left by little hands for spraying fun.
You can purchase the Blast Zone Twist & Spout from Amazon for $419.99 with Free shipping.
Thank-you Blast Zone for sending us the Twist N Spout Inflatable Water Park.