Parents are sharing their reviews and tips for the best inflatable and trampoline parks around Atlanta!
What Atlanta jump places knock your family's socks off? Share your experience below to help fellow parents!
Amanda Banta: Let the kids jump, flip and tumble off the floor and walls at Atlanta area Sky Zones. All locations open jump along with special attractions, like dodgeball and volleyball courts, glow in the dark jump, foam pits, jousting and obstacle courses., that vary by location.
Check each location's web site for open jump times and to purchase tickets. Parents must sign waivers for kids under the age of 18.
Launch Trampoline Park
Amanda Banta: Bouncing off the walls is the thing to do at Launch Trampoline Park. The park's attractions include a dodgeball court, battle beam, ninja obstacle course, basketball dunking and, of course, wall-to-wall trampolines. Daredevils will want to try the Launch Pad, where they can launch themselves higher than ever and land in a giant airbag. Parents must fill out a waiver for kids under the age of 18. Buy tickets here. On Saturday the lights go down and the glow lights up the park with their IGNITE nights.
Price: Starting at $15 per jumper. Kids under 2 are free with the paid admission of an adult.
Amanda Banta: Kids can jump, dunk and tumble their energy out with the trampolines at Jumpstreet. The main attractions are available to jumpers 5 and older. If you're feeling adventurous, try the mechanical bull and see how long you can hold on! Jumpstreet has a separate section, the Earthquake Area, for the 4 and under set as they are not permitted in the main jump areas. Kids under 18 must have a parent sign their waiver.
Price: $5.99 for 4 and younger; Starting at $12.99 for 5 and older. Parents are free unless they are going to jump.
Amanda Banta: At Xtremehopp kids and families can bounce their way across trampolines, play dodgeball, fly up to slam dunk balls, jump into the foam pit, climb the interactive rock wall, balance on the log beam and challenge themselves in ninja warrior and parkour classes. In addition to glow nights for everyone 13 and older Xtremehopp hosts glow nights specifically for middle and high schoolers. Kids 3 and younger must have a parent jumper with them for open jump. Buy tickets here.
Price: Starting at $10 per jumper.
Open Play times vary each week
Amanda Banta: Glow Galaxy takes the fun of an inflatable park, turns down the lights and lets everything glow! The inflatables, mini golf, sports courts and games all glow in the dark for an extra exciting play experience. In addition to Open Play time Glow Galaxy also offers Drop-Off Play, in which parents can drop off their kids, ages 4 -12, to play for up to three hours. Reservations are required for Drop-Off. Open/Drop-Off Play times vary each week. Check the website for the current week's schedule.
Price: Open Play $8 per child, ages 2-12; Parents are free. Drop-Off Play $12 per child, ages 4-12.
Xdrenaline Trampoline Park & Fun Zone
Amanda Banta: Xdrenaline offers kids a safe place to jump, climb walls and hurl over obstacles all while having a great time. The trampoline court gives kids a place to bounce their hearts out while adventure-seekers can take on the rock wall and ninja warrior course. Each weekend Xdrenaline hosts Cosmic Nights, with hours of blacklights, music and lasers. Kids 4 and under are not permitted outside of toddler-specific times. Purchase advanced tickets here. Parents must complete a waiver for kids under the age of 18. Advanced reservations are encouraged.
Price: Starting at $15 per jumper.
Adventure Air Sports
Amanda Banta: If you have an adrenaline fiend for a child (as I do!) then check out Adventure Air Sports for your next outing. Adventure Air Sports offers trampolines with parkour elements, a zipline, dodgeball court, ninja warrior obstacle course, foam pit and other exciting activities. Purchase tickets and book your jump start time here. Parents must sign the waiver for jumpers under the age of 18.
Price: $16-$28 per child.
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