The Air Fort Is So Much Fun!

*The Air Fort Is So Much Fun! Find out why, below! This post includes my affiliate links.

When you were a child, did you love building forts in your parent’s living room? I know I sure did with all my siblings. We made some really big ones too!

We built forts from blankets, boxes, towels, and toys. We were constantly building forts we even built real wood forts in our backyard, during the summer, with hammer and nails! We got creative!

Now that I have little kids, they absolutely LOVE making forts in our living room. I encourage it and let them be creative and have fun like I once did. Nothing is better than a great, homemade fort with your siblings! So much fun!

The Air Fort Is So Much Fun! Camo Air Fort

Since building forts is so popular among kids, there have been companies that have tried to come out with fun things to help encourage kids to build these forts. But, one company that has stood out to me for a while, is Air Fort.

Air Fort is not a fort that you need to create or use blankets and pillows for. Air Fort is a simple way to create the best fort you have ever played in. All you need is a box fan and an Air Fort and you are good to go for hours of fun play!

The Air Fort Is So Much Fun! Pink Air Fort

What Is The Air Fort?

The AIR FORT is the most extraordinary new kid’s fort that inflates with an ordinary household box fan in less than 30 seconds! Air Fort comes in camo and pink and they are all the rage right now.

Air Fort Features!

  • The fan is NOT included. But don’t worry, check your parent’s garage, hallway closet or basement and you may find a 20″ household box fan or 18″ tabletop round fan that will work. If not, your nearest box store has a large supply!
  • Fort blows up between 10-30 seconds (depending on fan type)
  • Packaging includes an AIR FORT, matching drawstring carrying bag, 4 adhesive square tabs, instruction/safety manual
  • No floor for an easy entrance and exitFits up to 5 kids or more!
  • Ages 3 to 14 years
  • For Size: 77″ wide X 50″ tall (shroud is 24″ long)
  • Made from 100% polyester, breathable fabric

It is not hard to see why The Air Fort Is So Much Fun!


You can purchase an Air Fort online at or on They retail for $54.99.


One person is going to win an Air Fort in their choice of color/pattern (Camo Or Pink)! Yay!


The contest is open to US 18+. Giveaway will end on August 2, 2017, at 11:59 PM MT. The winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win after I email them, or a new winner will be chosen. I am not responsible for lost or stolen mail.


  1. Leah Shumack says:

    Yes! The kids are always asking to build a fort and watch movies! They are getting better about which blankets to use and how to move around in there so they don’t knock it down! This fort looks awesome!

  2. Nicole Lancaster says:

    My kids build forts all the time with sheets and chairs.

  3. kathypease says:

    Yes my kids always loved to build forts when they were young

  4. Dawn Monzu says:

    I used to make blanket forts with my kids all of the time! Now I have a granddaughter, so I do it with her. She would freak out over this!

  5. Yes, I build forts with my sons.

  6. Kimberly Bauer says:

    I did when I was a kid and so do my kids now.

  7. Sarah Bihms says:

    I know it is crazy to say but….no! We have never built forts and I think I am missing out majorly. I’d love to win this prize and play with my 6-year old!

  8. Yes, they do.

  9. Yes we actually help the kids build forts and have sleepovers in them(their friends not the adults.)

  10. My kids love to build forts. They make them our of all kinds of material like blankets and boxes.

  11. Jennifer H. says:

    We used to make forts all the time when we were kids.

  12. Robin Abrams says:

    My grandkids love to build forts. These look like so much fun

  13. Richard Hicks says:

    Our kids built them when they were younger.

  14. Beverly Sturgeon says:

    My grand kids would love this.

  15. Jennifer Haar says:

    Looks so fun !!!

  16. Of course, I built forts as a kid. We would take all the furniture out of the living room, use the cushions, blankets, etc and make huge forts. My kiddo does this now (minus removing the furniture).

  17. Jill Rivera says:

    I build forts out of the dinning room table for my grandkids. They do the same at their house.

  18. Linda G. says:

    Oh Yes, I built forts, my daughter built them and now my grandkids are building forts!!

  19. Cathy Coibion says:

    We build forts all the time!

  20. Trasina McGahey says:

    My 15 year old daughter is, as I type, in a fort she built for her niece lol

  21. They love to build forts in the living room with chairs, blankets, and sofa cushions. The air fort looks like so much fun.

  22. Kayla Klontz says:

    Both of my kids and I love making forts together, I like to get blankets out and help them set one up so they can play under them! I love to watch my children use their imaginations!

  23. Tami Vollenweider says:

    I remember making forts around my mama’s couch set with blankets and pillows!

  24. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Building forts using blankets is one of the kids favorite rainy day activities.

  25. Catherine Lewis says:

    Yes they do. With pillows and blankets in the summer and with snow in the winter.

  26. Kassie Brown says:

    My house always has the neighborhood kids over and this would be perfect for the kids and my daughters.

  27. nannypanpan01 says:

    They love to build forts but they always fall down

  28. Pam Flynn says:

    I made quilt forts on chairs when I was a kid & now I make them for my granddaughter. I did for my daughter as well.

  29. Bryan Vice says:

    I used to make forts all the time growin up this is pretty cool my kids are always making a fort out of blankets over our couches they would love it

  30. Laurajj says:

    Oh I loved building them as a kid, and our family does it all the time too! So much fun!

  31. Yes, I used to build them in the basement with my brothers.

  32. ColleenMarie says:

    Yes, my kids would love love love this.

  33. Jessica M says:

    My sister and I loved building forts when we were little, now that our daughters are here I know they would love having the same adventures together!

  34. Bryan Vice says:

    My kids and i always building a fort out of our blankets and playing with their toys and reading their books

  35. Amanda Alvarado says:

    I used to build them when I was young and our daughter has started this summer with our dining chairs and bar stools!

  36. Yes! Fort building happens often here!

  37. Forts are so much fun. I even remember building them when I was little. They’re great for reading.

  38. Jennifer Tilson says:

    My kids build a fort at least once a week.

  39. Darcy L Koch says:

    My grandsons like to build forts using blankets hung over the clothesline.

  40. elizabeth miller says:

    My daughter loves making forts. She will usually make one in our family room and noone can walk through. She snags my kitchen chairs and brings them in there so she can make it cover everything. She will play in it all day.

  41. Angie S says:

    We drag out every pillow, sheet and blanket in the house for our fort making. My daughter has finger lights and likes to read with them in the fort so we have to make it as dark as possible. Love it!!

  42. kimberly burnett says:

    My daughter loves building forts!! We do it all the time with tons of blankets…she would LOVE this!!! It’s amazing!!

  43. Brenda Haines says:

    My son is almost 5 and LOVES making forts! Thanks for the chance!

  44. We love building forts in this house! Thank you so much for the great offer!!!

  45. My girls and my nephews always love to put the blankets over the dining table and chairs to make a fort. Fun for hours!

  46. Wendy R. says:

    Oh yes, we have built many a fort over the years!!

  47. Marti Tabora says:

    I always built forts when I was a kid and so did my son. Now I want to build forts with my grandson. I totally love this air fort.

  48. jennifer cervantes says:

    yes both myself as a kid and my five girls all build forts, even my 13 year old makes them still.

  49. monique s says:

    yes I did and they do…out of couch cushions and stuff

  50. My son loves to build forts. This would be so awesome to have!

  51. Darcy L Koch says:

    How I remember making forts with blankets, boxes, or whatever we could find. I like this one. The grandkids would love it.

  52. vickiecouturier says:

    oh yes,,under the dining table is the best spot for them

  53. kathy donley says:

    Yes my kids built forts and now my grandkids do

  54. My kids make us build forts all the time. This would be so cool!!!

  55. Cindy Peterson says:

    We built so many forts! My family owned a lumber yard and so we had plenty of scraps to build magical memories.

  56. Anne Perry says:

    Yes! We use tents, pillows and blankets.

  57. I love building forts with my cousin. (:

  58. candace estelle says:

    we did as kids! id love to build one with my toddler!

  59. Lori A. says:

    My siblings and I used to build forts ALLLL the time. It was so fun. I have built them with my kids, too. They’re fun to hang out in and read or play board games. 🙂

  60. I always built forts with my kids and now I babysit my niece and nephew and we build forts so this would rock to win!

  61. It is a favorite activity both inside and outside for my grandkids.

  62. My kids love building forts and will spend days in them until it’s time to make a new one!

  63. Angela Williams says:

    My kids and I build forts almost everyday! They love to read books and just have in the forts!

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