The Jungle Gym
Unlike a real rainforest, The Jungle Gym doesn't follow the laws of biology. At 4 months, all of its inhabitants are elephants. When they reach 2.5 years, they turn into toucans. And at the age of 8, they become ferocious predators: jaguars. But the odd metamorphosis isn't the result of evolution gone awry. It's all thanks to The Jungle Gym's instructors, who name each class in their gymnastics curriculum after a different animal. In noncompetitive sessions, they help toddlers and kids develop in areas such as flexibility, coordination, and balance—eventually teaching them advanced gymnastics routines.
These classes unfold across The Jungle Gym's padded facility, where kids bound over trampolines, beams, bars, and obstacle courses. The facility also encompasses things related to gymnastics, including a zipline and a 10-foot climbing wall.These activities come into play during open-gym sessions, birthday parties, or The Jungle Gym's bi-monthly party, Kids Night Out. This latter shindig encompasses three hours of games and activities, during which parents can go out to a restaurant or watch their favorite cartoons in private.