How to Plan a Park Party in Long Beach
 
 

How to Plan a Party at a Park in Long Beach, CA

1. Click here to start an online quote. Select the date of your event, delivery time, pick up time and other event info. Make sure the order is under permit holder's name.

2. Add your rentals to your cart. Include a generator.

3. Once you get to the checkout page. DO NOT MAKE A PAYMENT. Click on the "Send Quote" button and an email quote will be emailed to you. This helps you see the total price and the list of rentals in a formal quote. If a deposit is paid, we will be forced to cancel the reservation until we receive a copy of the park permit and ID/DL and then, and only then, can we re-instate the reservation.

4. Once you have your park permit. Email to us by replying to the email quote you received. Attach a high resolution photo of your front page of your permit and also you ID or driver's license. (Permit Holders name on permit and ID/DL must match).

5. Once we receive your permit we will call you to collect a 10% deposit and activate your order. Remember, items are not reserved until we collect a deposit. So don't wait until last minute.

6. Once a deposit is collected. Your order is now active and an email confirmation will be sent. Remember for parks, you must be at the park at least 1 hour before your selected delivery time, to accept delivery unless a specific time was selected instead of a delivery window.

Email your park permit/photos of permit holder's ID or Driver's License to: cindysjumpers@gmail.com

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Looking to throw a park party for your kids in Long Beach? They are the best (and usually cheapest!) way to go- but what do you need to know? Read on for all the details on how to throw a park party in Long Beach.

I am a BIG fan of the park party. Sure, we have tons of birthday party venue options in and near Long Beach, CA, but the park party is one of the best ways to get a LOT of bang for your buck.

You can have lots of guests, and you can go very simple (pizza and cupcakes at the playground) or bigger (jumpers, tent, tables/chairs, carnival games).

It’s a great way to get the kids outdoors and active, and is just exactly our speed.

However, there are a few hoops that you’ll need to jump through before you host a park party in Long Beach. Here are the best tips from two moms that have been there!

Can I Have a Party at the Park in Long Beach?

First things first- is it legal to have a party at a park in Long Beach? The answer is a little more complicated than just “yes” or “no.”

If your party is going to be under 25 people, and you’re not planning to bring in any vendors (ie food preparers) or bounce houses, you do not need a permit to have a kids’ party. Here is the link to apply for a Long Beach Park Permit online: https://forms.longbeach.gov/Forms/Permitting

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If your party is going to be larger than 25 people, you need to get a permit through the Parks, Recreation and Marine department. You’ll also need a permit if you’re planning to have someone come onsite to cook, or if you plan to have rentals, like tents or a bounce house / jumper.

What Are the Rules for a Park Party in Long Beach?

Long Beach Parks runs a very tight ship when it comes to park parties. Don’t be at all surprised if you are stopped mid-party to show your permit. Long Beach Park Rangers and Long Beach Police are frequently patrolling.