The pillowy nature of a bounce castle reminds kids that they are in a safe place and not in an actual castle, where they’d likely be traded for bread. Have feudal fun with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$11 for one hour of trampoline-park jump time for two (a $22 value)
$20 for one hour of trampoline-park jump time for four (a $44 value)
$54 for a three-hour trampoline party for four (a $111.96 value)
- Unlimited trampoline jumping (jump socks included), laser tag, and mini golf
- Two slices of pizza for each person
- One can of soda or bottle of water for each person
- $5 of arcade credits<p>
Kids and adults can bounce around on the facility’s inclined rows of trampolines, or consult staff to see how to safely execute flips, bounces, and in-air maneuvers. During the four-person party, quartets can fuel up on pizza and soda before enjoying age-specific activities such as dodge ball or tween jump time. Trampoline parties for ages 11–15 are scheduled on Fridays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.; parties for ages 15 and older are scheduled on Saturdays from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Choose from three party options.<p>
AirMaxx Trampoline Park
At AirMaxx Trampoline Park, age really does become just a number. Here, adults and teens giggle and frolic alongside their kid counterparts, channeling the unbridled energy stores from their youth years. The indoor facility houses multiple lanes of trampolines, which each incline into a slope at their trail's end, waiting to propel jumpers into spectacular flips and aerial tricks. In addition to family-friendly open-jump times, the facility dedicates late Friday nights to teen dates, filling the space with lower lights, louder music, and more regrettable haircuts. They also host arcade games, laser tag, and mini golf.
We talked with a trampolining expert on what to expect, and why you should put that flip on the back burner.