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                                                    Classic Jumper Rentals  is proud to serve the community of El Cajon.

                            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 El Cajon ! Our Jumbo combo is a very popular Inflatable Jumper Rental for big parties. It has a full size bounce house and a giant


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

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In the early part of the nineteenth century the explorations of the mission padres for pasture land led them to El Cajon Valley (The Box). The surrounding foothills were a barrier to straying cattle as well as a watershed to gather the sparse rainfall for verdant grasslands along the valley floor. For years the pasture lands supported the cattle herds of the mission and its native Indian converts.

With independence from Spain, the Spanish Dons began to cast envious eyes on the vast holdings of the Roman Catholic Missions. With secularization, California Governor Pio Pico in 1845 confiscated the lands of Mission San Diego de Alcala and granted the eleven square leagues (about 47,000 acres) of El Cajon Valley to Dona Maria Antonio Estudillo, wife of Don Miguel de Pedrorena, to repay a $500 government obligation. The grant included generally the present communities of Lakeside, Santee, Bostonia, Glenview, Johnstown, El Cajon, and part of Grossmont.

Following the end of the Civil War - and twenty years before railroads came to this region - people from around the world began arriving overland by wagon or by ship. After sailing from ports on America's east and southern coasts, voyagers sailed south along South America's eastern coast. Fighting the waves around the tip of Argentina and Cape Horn, they sailed up the South American, then Mexico's western coast and into San Diego's fair harbor. From there, they rented or purchased wagons to carry their goods here. 

The KNOX HOUSE MUSEUM is the first commercial building in El Cajon, erected eleven years after the end of the Civil War. It is the original portion of the hotel that Amaziah Lord Knox built in 1876 near what is now the southwest corner of Main Street and Magnolia Avenue. Originally a two-story, seven-room structure serving as Knox’s residence and hotel, it soon boasted an add-on kitchen and dining room.


Areas we serve

Ramona                    Lakeside                    Rancho Bernardo       Warner Springs               

Escondido                San Diego                    Alpine                            Santa Ysabel

El Cajon                    Poway                            East County

Santee                        Scripps Ranch            Julian


Classic Jumper Rentals

Serving Ramona and nearby communities

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