You thought the brinca-brinca at the last backyard birthday party you went to was big, wait until you get a load of this one.

An epic-sized jumping castle will roll into El Paso this fall as part of the Big Bounce America Nation-Wide Tour. Billed as the biggest bounce house in the world, the 32-foot tall inflatable structure will pop up in Modesto Gomez Park in South-Central El Paso from Oct. 13 through Oct. 15.

According to the Big Bounce website, the 10,000 square foot "magical, candy-colored inflatable castle" features "multiple themed zones from inflatable forests inhabited by giant inflatable characters to super-sized ball pits, slides, obstacles and basketball hoops for you to jump on, slide down and slam-dunk into."

Various sessions grouped by age will be held daily throughout the weekend, Oct. 13-15. Participants will be allowed to jump, hop, leap, bound, frolic and cavort through the bounce house in hour-long sessions, per event organizers. There is no age limit to enter the bounce house, although anyone 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets range from $5 to $19 depending on age group and session time.

The attraction will also include free family-friendly entertainment outside the bounce house such as sack races, live bands and a silent disco.