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Choose from Three Options
- $7.99 for one open-jump pass for two kids (up to a $16 value)
- $11.99 for one open-jump pass for three kids (up to a $24 value)
- $14.99 for one open-jump pass for four kids (up to a $32 value)
During open-jump sessions, Jumpin' Jordy's massive play area pulses with an eclectic array of inflatable slides, bounce castles, and obstacle courses that wiggle as children bolt through them. Neon archways, trapezoidal doorways, and dodecahedral wormholes invite exploration of climbing walls and crawl tunnels, which staffers sanitize daily. Children younger than 3 frolic within a separate enclosed area that sports toddler-size playthings. Open-jump hours are held daily. Check online for a full schedule.
Jumpin' Jordy's offers discounted admission to kids who are 12–23 months old. Admission is free for adults and for children younger than 12 months old.
Gleeful shouts reverberate across Jumpin' Jordy's indoor playground, drifting from a stock of springy play palaces that safely bounce children up to 9 years old. With each jump, glide, and tumble, colorful slides and bouncy obstacle courses help tykes explore their imaginations and hone their motor skills. A pintsize playground invites children aged 3 and younger to burn off energy, and a snack bar refuels go stores with kid-friendly fare such as healthy snacks and juice. Grown-ups can jump-start their own senses with fresh coffee, complimentary WiFi, and a high-def TV. On Wednesday nights, the facility morphs into an all-out party with reduced-price admission, $1 pizza slices, and a free juice box for each child. Jumpin' Jordy's also hosts birthday parties and other events; visit its FAQ page for details.
“Good clean place, but still bring your own water and hand sanitizer. ”
“Is smaller than other indoor jump places we've been, but it's clean and the kids (ages 4-9) loved it!”
“This place was great. It was clean, just a few jumping castles, but not many people. They had wifi, which was nice while my kids played.”