Welcome to Smoky Mountain Jumphouse!

Offering wall to wall fun for children, Smoky Mountain Jumphouse is now open for business in Waynesville, NC! Smokey Mountain Jumphouse is a children’s indoor playground, featuring soft and safe inflatable bouncers guaranteed to provide your child with hours of entertainment and creative play.

We feature:

  • 18 Foot Slide
  • Moonwalk
  • Obstacle Course Combination Inflatable
  • Toddler Farm Bouncer with Barnyard “Animals”!

All jumpers require a waiver be on file.  Save time checking in and fill out your waiver online.  Click the black banner at the bottom of the page.

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

We are closed today to enjoy the day with our family, but we will be open again tomorrow.
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Unfortunately we will be closed tomorrow (Nov 16)
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
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We are working on a FAQ for our website. We have a few questions already for it, but we want your input. What would be one question or piece of information you would like to see on our website? ... See MoreSee Less

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We are open today from 10-6.

Today is Veterans Day. It is a day we give thanks to Veterans for their service to our country. As the owner of Smoky Mountain Jumphouse, I would like to get a little personal with all of you today.

As many of you may know, Smoky Mountain Jumphouse is a Veteran owned business. I served in the Army and deployed to Iraq. After my deployment I left the Army in 2009 and returned to Iraq as a civilian/contractor til the end of 2011.

When I returned home and someone found out I was a veteran, I would always get a big hug or a firm handshake and a thank you. At first, I will be honest, it was awkward. For me, I did the job I signed up to do so I didn't know how to respond to the gratitude that was being expressed to me. Over the years the awkwardness went away. I learned that people are truly appreciative of what I did while in uniform.

Over the last 6 years of being home, I have thought about what it means to be thanked for my service. I have thought about the friends that I lost over there, and those that I lost back home due to the invisible wounds of PTSD. I have talked with my brothers and sisters in uniform about our experiences. And knowing all that we know now, we would do it again in a heartbeat.

Today thank a veteran. Reach out and give them a hug, a handshake and thank them for their service. They may not hear it often and they may still be fighting an internal battle from their experiences. That moment of thanks and kindness may make a huge difference in their struggle But I also want you to thank us a different way.

Thank us by living the best life you can. Spend time with your family. Have a cook out with friends. Hug your kids. Read them a story. Make a new friend out of your neighbors. Do all of the things that make life amazing and worth living. Enjoy all of the freedoms that makes this country great.

By enjoying life, by living a good life, you remind us that our service was worth it. That is the only thanks I could ever ask for.

-Brett - Smoky Mountain Jumphouse Owner
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The banks and schools may be closed today but we will be open. After a quick run to resupply our snack bar, we will be opening around 11am today. Hope to see you all soon. ... See MoreSee Less

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