By now you’re patience is probably growing a bit thin waiting for the Sportspark 60 to go on sale. There is also a good chance you have yet to locate a body of water that is large enough to accommodate the titan that it is; it needs to be at least 8-feet deep, and larger than an Olympic sized swimming pool. That’s why we’re gonna suggest you opt for the Inflatable Military Obstacle Course.
It measures 85-feet long and takes just 10 minutes to inflate thanks to the four included air pumps. Compare that to the Sportspark 60 which takes 3 hours to setup. The course includes a wide array of obstacles which are safe enough for children, and challenging enough for even the most fit of military veterans. The course starts with a two portholes that must be jumped through, followed by three horizontal hurdles, which challengers can climb under or over. A set of “hedgehog” obstacles (think beach of Normandy) slow opponents accordingly, while a dual rope swing must be used to clear a 6′-long x 12″-deep pit that can be filled with water, foam blocks, or balls. To top it off, an array of elastic bands designed to simulate a laser field, and a hill face competitors before they slide down the 20-foot slide into victory lane.
The Inflatable Military Obstacle Course measures 85′ L x 12′ W x 16′ H, weighs 1,175lbs, and costs $12,500.
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