Customers can soar high at the world-class indoor trampoline fun park and entertain themselves for hours with a variety of activities
What You'll Get
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Bounce Party includes:
- 10 jumpers including the guest of honor
- 2.5 hours of party time including two hours of jump time
- One-hour jump pass for guest of honor for future use
- Two large two-topping pizzas
- 10 bottles of water
- Reserved party table with color table cloths, plates, and utensils
- Gold mini-birthday crown
- Custom birthday sign
- Party host
- Set-up and clean-up
- Guest of honor will receive a special shout-out over the facility PA system.
- Trampoline socks are required for all jumpers but are not included in the party package; can be purchased upon check-in for $3/pair or other trampoline park socks are allowed.
- Please instruct guests to arrive 15 minutes before your start time to fill out waivers and get checked in.
- Access to the whole facility besides the arcade games and Topgolf Swing Suite simulators are available for additional cost.
- Parent jumpers can be added for additional cost of $8/per parent.
Super Fly Party includes:
- All of the above, but for:
- 20 jumpers including the guest of honor
- Four large two-topping pizzas
- 20 bottles of water
The Fine Print
About Flying Squirrel
With sprawling locations across the US and Canada, Flying Squirrel stakes a claim as the largest indoor trampoline park in the world, inviting guests to defy gravity on multiple courts of interconnected trampolines. Beyond simply bouncing, jumpers can practice acrobatics at the freestyle court, channel NBA all-stars by slam-dunking on basketball hoops, and practice mid-air evasive maneuvers at the dodgeball court. Off-trampoline attractions include a foam pit with rope swing, fidget ladder, Ninja course, laser maze, and cafe, all of which come in handy during private parties. "Air traffic controllers" monitor activity throughout the facility—particularly on the kiddie court—to ensure jumpers' safety and tell them when to stow their landing gear.