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 Sue Young Park in Northeast El Paso from Oct. 12 through Oct. 14.

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 on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Oct. 12, 13, and 14. 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 $12 to $21 depending on date, age group and session time.