Carnival Game Rentals Texas

No party, social gathering or school function is complete without a few fun activities. And what could be more fun than carnival activities?

Jumper Bee has a wide variety of carnival game rentals in Texas. From the most popular games you can think of (like Horse Shoes and Tic Tac Toe) to less known (but equally fun!) ones like Kiddie Striker, Pony Hops or Stand the Bottle.

Traditional carnival games for rent for adults and kids alike include the Three Legged Race, Sack Races, Tug-A-War and various contest prizes. Our list of  games is jam-packed with fun and creative ideas that can turn any party or function into a smashing success.

Even more, the carnival game rentals that Jumper Bee rents in Northern Texas encourage healthy competition, physical activity and logical reasoning. They are great for any school functions, but we’ve also seen hundreds of adults have the time of the lives in teambuilding activities centered on carnival games.

Need help organizing the best party in Wylie, Plano, Richardson, Allen, McKinney, Highland Park, North Dallas, Frisco Texas or any other Northern Texas town? We can help you with catering, fun games for all ages and trained staff. Get in touch!

Carnival Games FAQs

Inflatable games and carnival games are great even if prizes are not provided. However, prizes do add a fun touch to any game or carnival midway! Prizes can vary from candy and small “tchotchke” items, to basketballs and large stuffed animals. To figure out how many prizes you will need, the general rule of thumb is to take the estimated number of participants and increase that number slightly. For example, if you are expecting 300 participants, you would want to have at least 350-400 prizes available. Keep in mind that some participants may play some games more than once, so you may need to allow for more prizes at these popular games.
This will depend on the game, and overall setup of the event. Tents are not a required item to set up carnival games, but they can add a nostalgic touch to the overall look of an event. They can also serve a functional purpose for hanging prizes and provide shade for those running the games. Tables are not required for most of the games but can be used, if desired.
While most games do not require an attendant for specific safety reasons, it is recommended to have an attendant to keep the game moving smoothly. This also is a way to help with crowd control and monitor overall use of the game. If an attendant is not available for each game, it is suggested that you have a designated person to monitor all the games in an area.

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