Inclement weather forces children to play in their homes, which is literally the last place their parents want them. Make everyone happy with this Groupon.
- $29 for one all-inclusive multi-attraction park pass, valid on a Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday (a $59.50 value)
Attractions taunt gravity with more than 8,000 square feet of trampolines, including dodgeball and triple basketball trampoline courts, and a suspended, two-level ropes course with a zipline. Guests aged 6 and up, including adults, can also build strength on seven climbing walls, scale a rope ladder, descend a 24-foot vertical-drop slide, get dizzy on a gyroscope that spins 360 degrees, or play Aeroball—a trampoline-based sport that combines aspects of volleyball and basketball. See the height restrictions here.
Planet Air Sports
At Planet Air Sports, kids and adults spend as little time on the ground as possible. That's because they're too busy jumping across 6,000 square feet of trampolines, executing somersaults on the bungee trampolines, and playing intense games of bouncy dodgeball. They also practice their Indiana Jones impressions as they maneuver over planks and suspended tires on the upper or lower ropes courses. Other exciting activities include ninja-inspired climbing walls, the fear-challenging Leap of Faith, and the shifting surfaces of the colorful Twister. The facility even lets visitors live out their deepest sports fantasies; trampoline basketball courts facilitate sweet dunks, and the snowboard-inspired X-Board allows guests to spin through a full 360 degrees.
While kids play, parents can retire to the lounge area or watch the action from viewing spots around the facility, which is outfitted with comfortable couches and free WiFi throughout. Families spending the day at the facility can take a snack break at the in-house cafe, which serves a menu of pizza, sandwiches, and salads, in addition to small bites, such as mozzarella sticks, muffins, and fries. All of these extra comforts make the center an ideal spot for birthday parties, corporate team-building exercises, and fun family outings.
“fun. must purchase their socks even if you have your own (even if they are "grippy socks"). otherwise my daughter had a great time with her friends. ”
“Be ready to pay for socks, taxes and no dodgeball unless your with a birthday party! Otherwise good family fun! ”