Founded by jaunty moms Joan Blackmer and Kelly Ramirez, Jumpin' Jax provides 10,000 square feet of air-filled entertainment treating children, toddlers, and parents to seven inflatable bouncers, slides, and obstacle courses. Kids and their adult servants can mimic buoyant British barons in the classic jumping castle or compare fabric friction while racing down the 25-foot-long double slide. Obstacle courses like the Fire Truck 3-1 Slide and the 360-degree Adrenaline Rush II combine jumping, sliding, and climbing for the ultimate funfest or life lesson in angry kangaroo evasion. Toddlers being toted along on the inflatable excursion can enjoy a puffed-up play date of their own in the Laugh N Learn course, a special area designed specifically for pint-sized pouncers, and parents can feel assured knowing that all equipment at Jumpin' Jax is cleaned and sanitized daily.
A stay-at-home mom founded Chelsea TreeHouse, a 9,000-square-foot indoor ?unplugged? play space free of any distracting video games or other electronics. The play area is outfitted with slides, swings, bridges, and a multilevel climbing structure, and basketball hoops allows aspiring players to practice slam dunks within eyesight of parents or guardians lounging in leather seating. During birthday parties, groups of kids can take advantage of amenities such as pizza, balloons, and lemonade. For everyday nourishment, TreeHouse?s full-service cafe replenishes energy with healthy bites such as veggies, yogurt, and cheese while parents enjoy more adult fare, such as sandwiches, salads, soups, and Zingerman?s Coffee.
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: Kids
Pro Tip: Pizza, hot dogs, nachos, snacks, and drinks are available. We also have free WI-FI, along with a 70-inch TV in the lounge.
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: A nice selection of free arcades and seven gigantic inflatables.
I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience?
We require all of our customers to read and comply with our safety rules, and sign waivers. But after that, plan to have as much fun as possible.
What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of?
You can walk in and play anytime, everyday. Also, our very clean 20,000-square-foot facility features free arcades, seven gigantic inflatables, and a toddler section.
What’s your favorite part of your job?
Making sure the customer is always happy.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Birthday packages are available, and we have five private party rooms available. We can help you host fundraisers, field trips, and any other large-group events.
Surfari Joe's, a safety-focused water park, helps families to splash to their hearts' content with 18,000 square feet of indoor opportunities to get wet. A pair of extreme slides flings riders out of the building before funneling them back inside, where colorful runs for tykes share space with low-speed attractions such as Lino's Lagoon, a plesiosaur-free pond that warms guests with an 88-degree embrace. Between thrills, visitors can explore a newly designed, redemption-based video arcade or refuel at The Water Hole Bar & Restaurant, which teems with delicious snacks and appetizers, housemade pizzas, and fiber-rich faux palm trees. Surfari Joe's happily handles parties and special events, and its onsite Fairfield Inn & Suites Hotel reaches out to dedicated water sliders with cozy suites featuring flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, access to a fitness center, and a complimentary hot breakfast for starting a day on the slides.
Sky Zone fully embodies the concept of bouncing off the walls, as the facility is lined with gigantic trampolines on the floors and angled trampolines on adjacent walls. Ideal for people of all ages, shapes, and physical abilities, the trampolines unite to form one massive sea of bouncy terrain, upon which visitors can play ultimate dodgeball or compete with hanging basketball hoops. Additionally, the park is great for birthdays and special events. Serious Skyrobics classes allow guests to get into shape and have fun at the same time, unlike running from a stampede of buffalo.
Chris Laske and Mike Dowdy started wakeboarding when they were teenagers. Years later, after countless rides and competitions, they are far from bored with the sport, and at Wake Sessions they’ve branched out from wakeboarding into water skiing and other means of flying behind a motor boat. During the duo’s private and group lessons, their 2013 Malibu Wakesetter tears across Loon Lake, pulling veteran athletes and complete beginners alike. Like pretending to be a construction worker, wakeboarding is impossible without the proper gear, so the crew stocks equipment from high-caliber brands such as Hyperlite.