Before gravity, space monkeys were royalty, beach volleyball was far less challenging, and everyone's friends would cheerily volunteer to help them move. Let a child go back to a simpler time with today's Groupon: for $12, a kid aged 1–18 gets three open-play sessions (up to a $24 value) at Club Just Jump! in Woodbury.
The giant inflatable play structures at Club Just Jump! allow children to bounce off walls, leap sky-high, and release high-pitched squeals of delight in a safe, supervised environment. The kid-friendly staff scrubs surface areas regularly, keeping them free of germs and gobs of peanut butter, and they keep a careful eye on all activities, ensuring no child loses his or her socks or accidentally brings in an open jar of peanut butter to bounce. Parental admission is free, so you can go hand in hand with wee ones as they wiggle out their energy and attain their dreams of freewheeling ricochetism. Open play is held Tuesday through Friday (10 a.m.–noon) and pizza and drinks are available for purchase during evening open play on Mondays (5 p.m.–8 p.m.).
Six Insider Pagers award Club Just Jump! a five-star average:
- Their staff is amazing, they treat you like family and are really great with kids. Their place is always clean and well maintained. – Lisa T.
- The prices were affordable, the staff was most excellent and the place was sparkling clean! I am a huge fan, and so is most of Woodbury, this place is AWESOME! – mike l.
Fun Jumps Entertainment
Inflatable castles and games fill Fun Jumps Entertainment with fun-fostering facilities that create a party palace for kids during open-play and private parties. Six predesigned party packages await giddy groups with snacks, decor, and other activities. Alternatively, an à la carte menu lets hosts curate their own celebrations by picking balloon bouquets, goody bags, face painting and spin art, and entertainment one at a time. Little hands keeping busy at the Furry Friends Factory stuff their own fuzzy creatures, choosing from 24 creatures that include unicorns and frogs.