Bounce U in Fishers Closes Permanently

bounceU2Bounce U in Fishers announced on July 10th that they will not be reopening following COVID-19 closures.

BounceU was a popular indoor playground experience with inflatable obstacle courses, GIANT slides, and sports/game inflatables. Among Indianapolis area families, BounceU was most popular for their private birthday parties, their Parents’ Night Out drop off events and Open Bounce sessions.

Bounce U changed ownership several times over the past few years and with each change seemed to come improvements. They’ll always be remembered for hosting a clean, bright, fun experience for everyone! One of the most unique parts of visiting Bounce U  was that the play areas were “facilitated” and so those with younger kids and older kids alike found comfort in knowing that there was staff supervision.

The staff was friendly and would even join kids on the attractions if they needed a little extra encouragement.


Message from Bounce-U on July 10, 2020;

“First, thank you so much for supporting us for the past 7 years. We have enjoyed creating memories and throwing the best parties on the planet for our community. Thank you for choosing us to celebrate the most important day of the year for your kid…their birthday!

We have made the difficult decision to not reopen the BounceU Fishers location. We appreciate your continued support and understanding. If you have any questions, please contact us directly.

Thank you for being part of our family!
The BounceU Fishers Team”


Farewell Bounce-U, you were fun.

You can still find bounce house places in Indianapolis at Incrediplex and Monkey Joe’s in Greenwood.

See other indoor playgrounds.

9715 Kincaid Dr.

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