Others have said this... Great place to take the kids to burn some energy and have fun. You only pay to bounce/jump.. So parents can go in for free (no jumping) and pay for the kids to jump. We have an active 3 year old and 30 mins is enough to tire him out. Some older kids and adults can do an hour of this but I suspect that they are very active people. I also like that they ask younger children to bounce in a special area off to the side of the main trampolines (with 8-10 trampolines). This is good because the under 5 crowd don't understand why you would Only jump on one trampoline when you can bounce between all of them in this special area; which has trampoline walls on three sides and a mesh net separating them from the older jumpers. More good news for parents with young children... The staff will let you walk on the blue safety pads (no regular shoes) and help your little one if they need you. Even if that means balancing your way over to him/her to remind them to take it easy before someone gets hurt (laughing). Footwear - our guy was able to fit into the smallest size shoes (size 10 children; his regular shoes are size 8). If not, then they have to go barefoot. Summertime reminder - bring socks. This place gets busy on the weekend. You can buy/book tickets online to guarantee a certain time to jump; see all if there are two or more kids in your group. They have food there and there is a McDonald's just up the street; not an endorsement; just saying what is nearby. Good luck and enjoy when the kids fall asleep in the car shortly after leaving (or after eating).
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