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judy K.
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Report | 11 days ago
We went there twice. He loved it.
Dawn V.
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Report | 18 days ago
If you don't want to jump barefoot, you will need to purchase jump sox for $3.
JODIE C.
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Report | 19 days ago
Weekends are a bit busy, would reccomend early or weekly visits. Otherwise great excerise and fun with friends
Rachael S.
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Report | 25 days ago
My grandchildren and I had a great time they were never bored they jumped the whole two hours and yes we will go back.
Sabrina P.
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Report | a month ago
Make sure your kids are dressed in comfortable clothing and you are too if you want to jump.
sian t.
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Report | 2 months ago
its a good place for anyone who like exercise and active
Tami S.
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Report | 2 months ago
We went on a friday at 1 pm. Pretty much had the place to ourselves. Bring some cash for xtra games.
helen c.
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Report | 2 months ago
Wear comfortable clothes/cotton shorts or sweats..
dave r.
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Report | 2 months ago
Crazy busy on weekends. Best time is right after school.
Dawn H.
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Report | 2 months ago
You can either go barefoot, or purchase their "grippy" socks for a couple of bucks. The nice thing about the socks is you get to keep them so you are all ready for your next visit, and they are pretty comfortable.
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With two courts of trampoline flooring, AZ Air Time dares to ask what games of dodgeball would look like on the moon. Kids leap across rainbow-colored mats to try and strike their opponents, heedless of the hubbub nearby, where fellow guests rebound off the surface and slanted walls of the 5,000-square-foot main trampoline. Elsewhere, basketball hoops mounted above trampolines permit players to add midair flair to their dunks, and a cushiony foam pit provides a soft space for safe jumping.

The futuristic indoor park is the brainchild of Barry and Jeff Jenkins, who welcome children to achieve giddy weightlessness in areas grouped by age. Boot-camp sessions for moms also take advantage of how gentle a trampoline is on joints, unlike a 15-person tap-dancing rivalry. During parties, the sound of youthful shrieks bent by velocity fill the air.

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