Classic Jumper Rentals  is proud to serve Scripps Ranch.

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

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Serendipity was at work when newspaperman E.W. Scripps came to California in 1890 to see his ailing sister, Annie (Julia Anne), in Alameda. Seeing that she was on the road to recovery, he boarded a steamship for a four-day visit to San Diego. He didn't think much of it, describing it as a "busted, broken down boom town," but as he traveled north, he became more and more excited. The climate and the foliage reminded him of Algeria, one of the few places in the world where he had remained free of colds that had plagued him all his life. Arriving at a barren, arid mesa 16 miles from town, he decided to build a home, Miramar, named after the Archduke Maximilian's castle in Trieste, Italy.

He and his mentor, his beloved half-sister, Ellen Browning Scripps, purchased 400 acres of what is today Scripps Ranch for $5,000. Only 30 acres were to be E.W.'s, for his home and grounds; the rest would belong to Ellen. Eventually he acquired 2,100 acres, becoming a laughingstock for investing in the stony, treeless, waterless, hopeless acreage. Undaunted, he immediately started to build what he thought would be a "winter" home, to which he could escape during the cold months in Illinois.

He supervised construction of the ranch for eight years, completing the adobe east wing in 1898. By 1900 it became the family's year round home, with E.W. seldom leaving it until 1917. He modeled the permanent residence, his dream home, after the architecture in North Africa, building three sides of a square around a paved courtyard with a fountain in the center and turreted rooms on three corners. The estate grounds were covered with citrus, pine, eucalyptus, and other beautiful trees, some of which still stand at the Scripps Ranch Swim and Racquet Club on Aviary Dr.

Ellen lived at Miramar until 1897 while her home in La Jolla was being built, but sisters Annie and Virginia, and brother George also lived in the mansion at various times. Fred, another brother (there were 13 siblings), had attempted to grow a lemon orchard on the ranch, but was unsuccessful in the effort.

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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