Parents are sharing their reviews and tips for the best inflatable and trampoline parks around Kansas City!
What Kansas City jump places knock your family's socks off? Share your experience below to help fellow parents!
Get Air Trampoline Park
Jennie Utsinger: Get Air Trampoline Park is half high jumping trampoline fun and half ninja warrior obstacles. Kids of all ages will find fun jumping on trampolines; playing dodgeball and slam ball; or navigating the ninja course, fidget ladder, and the slackline. Kids under 46" tall can jump and slide without fear of taller kids on the Kiddie Court.
Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Jennie Utsinger: This indoor trampoline park has a huge variety of activities to help your kids burn off energy. Jump around in the freestyle area, or play skyslam, dodgeball, or volleyball. If you need a break from bouncing, kids can scale rock walls, ladders, Ninja Warrior courses and other obstacles.
Fun Run Kansas City
Jennie Utsinger: Fun Run, an indoor inflatable center, has several rows of activities surrounding a central area with tables for parents to relax or grab lunch. Kids can choose between bounce houses, a slide, arcade games, or the "imagination village" - a row of wooden play stores. There's also a cafe with snacks and drinks.
Above All Trampoline Park
Jennie Utsinger: Head to the massive jump court at Above All Trampoline Park and soar to new heights. Mastered your jumps? Head to the air bag where you can jump from 3 separate trampolines and land in an air bag; knock your friends off the bean in jousting; shoot some hoops; or gather your friends for a game of dodgeball.
Urban Air Adventure Park
Jennie Utsinger: Urban Air Adventure Park is full of the most popular trampoline attractions, plus some fun extras. If you want to jump, head to the apex trampolines, dodgeball, slam dunk zone, or drop zone. There's also a tumble track, so aspiring gymnasts or ninjas can practice their skills. Kids 7 and under can jump in a separate trampoline zone, and kids 9 and under can play in the tubes zone. For a challenge, try out the elaborate ninja warrior course.
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