Sunday, 22 January 2012 21:28

Giant 75 foot Water Slide

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If you have a hill and access to a water hose then the Wahii WaterSlide is an activity that the kids will love. It\'s 75ft long x 12ft wide. The kit comes with fasteners that hold it to the grass and set-up takes about 15 minutes, but will decrease with the kids helping. The cost is relatively inexpensive compared to renting or buying a commercial grade inflatable water slide. Plus inflatables slides are usually not big enough for older kids (10-17yrs). Check out for reviews and how other church groups, youth groups are using it. You can buy it online.

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  • Group Size: 1-50
  • Source: Evo Smith
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