Classic Jumper Rentals  is proud to serve Warner Springs.

                            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 Warner Springs ! 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 Warner Springs, and surrounding communities of North County, Poway, El Cajon, Rancho Bernardo Jumper Rentals, Rancho Bernardo Bounce House

Warner Springs Jumper Rentals, Warner Springs Bounce House Rentals, Warner Springs Jumpers, Inflatable Jumpers in Warner Springs.

Minecraft Combo Jumper

Despicable Me Combo Jumper

Frozen Jumper Combo

Water Slide Rentals

Areas we serve

Ramona                    Lakeside                    Rancho Bernardo       Warner Springs               


Escondido                San Diego                    Alpine                            Santa Ysabel


El Cajon                    Poway                            East County


Santee                        Scripps Ranch            Julian

Warner Spring Ranch History - John Warner
By 1849, John Warner operated part of the Ranch to serve travelers on the Gila River Emigrant Trail (part of the Southern Trail) and opened the only trading post between New Mexico and Los Angeles. John Warner was later elected to the California State Senate, where he diligently fought for Native American rights and protection.  He became a newspaper publisher and served as the first president of the Southern California Historical Society.


The Butterfield Stage at Warner Springs Ranch

The Butterfield Overland Mail Company established a station at the Ranch in 1858 and rebuilt the demolished buildings. At the start of the Civil War in 1861, stagecoach service was discontinued and the army established Camp Wright, a cavalry outpost at the ranch to protect the route from Southern California to Fort Yuma, and to intercept secessionist sympathizers attempting to the join the Confederate armies in the south.

]Former California Governor John Downey purchased the ranch in 1880 to graze his cattle and sheep herds. In 1892, after years of disputes with the Cupeños living at the ranch, Downey sued for an order to evict the Native Americans from the ranch. After a decade-long legal battle, which continued after Downey’s death in 1894, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against the Cupeños.  The eviction order came in 1901, and their exodus two years later became known as the “Cupeño Trail of Tears.” Bureau of Indian Affairs agent Jim Jenkins arrived with 44 armed teamsters to carry out the order. Their belongings were piled into horse-drawn carts and the tribe was relocated to the Pala reservation approximately 40 miles away.

William Henshaw purchased the Ranch in 1911 and Henshaw Dam was completed on Christmas Day 1922.  The flood gates were closed and it started filling on December 26.  In 1978, the level of the lake was lowered to 40 percent due to the Elsinore Fault Line running beneath it and because of earthquake concerns.  At one point in its history the lake's expanse reached the junction of 76 and 79 and surrounded "Monkey Island."

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