Teens & Tweens

Providing recreation alternatives for Teens & Tweens can be a real challenge. We’ve got a few tried-and-true suggestions:

  • Speaking of challenges … the Wibit challenge courses can be a great draw for older kids, teens, and their parents. Multi-generational “family feud” type competitions get the whole family involved, and are just as exciting to watch.
  • Zoom Floom, the world’s FIRST portable inflatable waterslide, is designed for virtually any landscape. Safe, fast and fun, it provides BIG waterslide excitement for all ages.
  • Portable skateparks create a loyal family following, especially when positioned where spectators can watch.
  • The Rolling Log is irresistible to tweens and teens who enjoy mastering a skill.
  • Mini golf is always popular among the older kids, especially with night-time lighting.
  • Creating an H2WHOA Zone for teens and tweens to congregate on the water gives them their own place to hang out.

Call 877-896-8442 toll-free to tell us about your demographics and location, and we’ll come up with more ideas.



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    • “I have known Ron Romens for over 20 years and enjoy working with the friendly, professional and courteous team at CRS. When I buy from CRS, I can trust the product will handle the high volume of my commercial rental business. And when I have a question or problem, their customer service team is always there for me. They understand what it takes to keep my businesses up and running and do whatever it takes to keep us there. They’re the best!”

      —Tony S.

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      —Steve S.

      Willow Tree RV Resort

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      —Tom L.

      City of Stoughton

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      —Mark P.

      YMCA Camp Sloper