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Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for two hours of trampoline play for two Monday–Friday (up to a $44 value)
- $42 for two hours of trampoline play for four Monday–Friday (up to an $88 value)
Guests launch into impressive jumps and somersaults on five trampoline courts, which line the walls and floor with bounce-ready surfaces. During open bounce time, they can perfect midair tricks, dunk basketballs, play dodge ball, and soar into the foam pit for soft landings. Check out the calendar for open bounce times, and click here for FAQs.
Bounce! Trampoline Sports
Bounce! Trampoline Sports proves that learning to dunk a basketball is not a matter of practice and persistence, but of location. On the slam-dunk court, preteens can achieve the same amount of air time as pro stars, dropping the ball into the net before landing safely on the springy floor. The court is one of five inside the trampoline gym, which covers 25,000 square feet—including the sloped walls—with elastic surface. These antigravity zones allow for freeform flips and bounds as well as games and activities. Dodge-ball teams lob soft spheres at each other in midjump, and low-impact aerobics classes condition students through energizing leaps. The center also caters to skateboarders and snowboarders, who can rehearse their tricks without worrying about hard falls or the harsh critiques of a nearby Sasquatch.
During open bounce time, the gym welcomes guests of all ages to test its cushy amenities, all of which are supervised by staff and protected by various safety measures. Bounce! Jr., a separate area for youngsters aged 6 and younger, boasts its own miniature version of the main courts' foam pit, as well as an inflatable obstacle course. Group events range from birthday parties to corporate gatherings, and an arcade allows friends to take breaks from the hopping grounds. All of these features have helped Bounce! to garner considerable press—its trampolines have been seen on Today and as far away as Japan on Tokyo TV.