Have you ever wanted to have the ultimate Nerf battle between you and your friends? Well, a new partnership between VRBO and Hasbro will allow you to do that and more with a once-in-a-lifetime, action-packed lake house getaway. Get ready to Nerf or Nothing on the shores of Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees in Oklahoma.
This Nerfed-out 12 bedroom, 8 bathroom home is the Nerf House Squad quarters from the new season of Youtube’s “NERF House Showdown” series. And to make matters even more fun, this is the first time that one lucky family will have the opportunity to book and stay at the house. You can book the house starting on September 1st at 12 pm CST and the stay is available September 24th-26th for $100 a night.
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Now the catch here is that only one family will get to experience this stay. But the lucky family will get to enjoy toys galore, themed-out decor, and tons of sporty accents. The home has walls pegged with everyone’s favorite blasters, buckets full of dart balls, and even inflatable bunkers.
Not to mention guests will find a tricked-out Training Station with skateboards, golf clubs, and hockey sticks. There’s also a souped-up Acceleration Station with scooters, Go Karts, a water trampoline, and a primo fire pit area overlooking the lakefront. Clearly, you’ll have no shortage of things to do.
Booking the Nerf home sounds like just about the most memorable way to end summer and if you want to take your shot at it, we recommend setting a reminder. Because we have a feeling that tons of people are going to want to try to book this once in a lifetime experience. You can check out more of the house and try your hand at booking it by clicking here.
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