Parents are sharing their reviews and tips for the best inflatable and trampoline parks around Charlotte!
What Charlotte jump places knock your family's socks off? Share your experience below to help fellow parents!
Urban Air Adventure Park
$13.99 per jumper (6 and older)
Amanda Banta: Bouncing off and climbing the walls is encouraged at Urban Air. With a trampoline court, rock climb, ropes and ninja courses, battle beam, tumble track and dunk zone kids should have no trouble finding a way to get out their energy. If your child is a thrill-seeker they will love the Sky Rider, an indoor coaster through which kids will fly over the trampoline park's attractions. The Tubes Playground and The Bowl are segregated areas to give the younger kids their own areas to play. Urban Air has a cafe with drinks, pizza and other food options.
Amanda Banta: Kids will love bouncing across the trampoline courts, shooting hoops on the basketball court and jumping into the foam pit at DEFY. The park also has a ninja obstacle course, extreme dodgeball and a trapeze.
Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Amanda Banta: With features like dodgeball, ninja courses. slam dunk lanes and battle beams, everyone in your family will find something that will thrill at Sky Zone. Sky Zone also offers specific jump sessions for toddlers to give the little ones their own times on the trampolines.
Amanda Banta: At the Sports Connection kids will love to jump across the bounce houses, zip down slides and make their way through the inflatable obstacles. There are a variety of other attractions available at the Sports Connection locations, giving kids tons of fun ways to spend the day. Each location also has a cafe with TVs and WiFi is available throughout the facility.
Cost: Starting at $8.95 per jumper.
Amanda Banta: Big Air takes a trampoline park and adds features that will meet the adrenaline rush levels for everyone in your family. Beyond the trampoline court, there is a rock climbing wall, mechanical bull. jousting, slam dunk lanes, dodgeball and ninja course.
Amanda Banta: Let the kids bounce off the walls of BounceU's inflatables. They can maneuver the obstacles and zip down slides as they bounce out their energy.
Altitude Trampoline Park
Amanda Banta: The hardest part of your kid's afternoon at Altitude Trampoline Park will be deciding which attraction to do first! They can bounce into the giant stunt bag, maneuver the ninja course, climb the walls and challenges in the park and try to dunk basketballs like the pros. Toddler Time is offered each weekday for kids 6 and under. Buy tickets here. Cost: Starting at $14.95 for 7 and older; $8.95 for 6 and under.
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