Classic Jumper Rentals  is proud to serve Alpine.

                            Our goal is to provide our customers with the best in quality to entertain your guests.

We have the best Inflatable Jumper Rentals, Combo Jumper Rentals, Inflatable Slides, Obstacle Course Rentals, Interactive Rentals,  even concession machine rentals such as cotton candy machine rentals, popcorn machine rentals, sno cone machine rentals, table and chair rentals and more.

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Customer favorites for Jumper Rentals in Alpine ! Our Jumbo combo is a very popular Inflatable Jumper Rental for big parties. It has a full size bounce house and a giant

slide.

Other favorites, Inflatable Jumpers, Bounce House Rentals, Jumper Rentals, Bouncie Rentals, Astro Jump, Party Rentals, Cotton Candy Machine, Cotton Candy Machine, Sno cone machines.

Classic Jumper Rentals has a wide variety of Jumpers, Combo Jumpers, Slides and more. Serving Alpine, and surrounding communities of North County, Poway, El Cajon, Rancho Bernardo Jumper Rentals, Rancho Bernardo Bounce House

Alpine Jumper Rentals, Alpine Bounce House Rentals, Alpine Jumpers, Inflatable Jumpers in Alpine.

Minecraft Combo Jumper

Despicable Me Combo Jumper

Frozen Jumper Combo

Water Slide Rentals

Alpine's long history is a result of its several important topographical, biological and climatic advantages. Alpine lies on a relatively flat plateau, or mesa, in the Cuyamaca Mountains. The mesa was conducive to abundant springs and the mild climate encouraged a diverse plant and animal food source, making the Alpine area particularly attractive for settlement. Calling the mesa "Mata-qu-qual" (mother of life) and the springs "Ha-quan-yon" (no dry; water all the time), the Yuman-speaking Kumeyaay of Hokan stock made the Alpine area their home over 12,000 years ago. The abundant native grasslands on the clay soils of the mesa provided a diversity of food types--such as the tiny seeds of the native grasses, onion bulbs, potato-like bulbs and celeries. Grassland-nesting birds provided eggs and foraging deer and rabbits provided meat. The rich biodiversity in the Alpine area provided an abundance of other useful plants for medicinal and practical purposes. In addition to hunting and gathering, the Kumeyaay also enhanced their food supply by practicing horticulture and animal husbandry. They had a complete system of land and water management to maintain their resources. Archaeological evidence of the Kumeyaay can be found throughout Alpine. Metates along the streambeds, rock alignments and stone chips that remind us of Alpine's important cultural history. Villages and base camps were located throughout Alpine--E-quílsh-a máhk (behind the mountain) at El Capitan Grande and Heish-ow-Na-wa (rabbit house) on Viejas Reservation are examples. Viejas Mountain had sacred importance to all of the Kumeyaay. Called Kwut' ah Lu' e-ah (song dance), the top of Viejas was the site of an annual celebration by the villagers, where they performed ceremonies heralding the arrival of In'ya--the sun. The area of today's reservation was called Ma-ta-terwa (wide open place).

Alpine also lies on the shortest route between the desert to the east and San Diego. Desert tribes, such as the Quechan or Yuman tribes, traveled through Alpine to get to the ocean to gather shells, fish and other ocean products, while trading pottery made from clay from the Colorado River, agricultural harvest and native desert herbs with tribes along the way. Tribes along the coast traveled to the desert for similar reasons. Being on a major trail route, local villagers had the advantage of sharing the latest news and skills. Archaeological evidence also suggests that different tribes camped in Alpine while on their travels.

Areas we serve

Ramona                    Lakeside                    Rancho Bernardo       Warner Springs               


Escondido                San Diego                    Alpine                            Santa Ysabel


El Cajon                    Poway                            East County


Santee                        Scripps Ranch            Julian

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