Release rambunctious children into the wild and wacky kid kingdom with today's side deal. For $60, you get a three-month anytime family pass to Jungle Java, up to a $125 value. Parents can bring two children (a $93 value) or three-plus children (a $125 value) to best take advantage of the deal. Daily admission for adults and children less than 12 months is no charge, and kids up to 17 years old are welcome. Your Groupon is redeemable at the Ann Arbor, Canton, or Farmington Hills location of the indoor playland.
The large indoor playlands offer a wonderland of active enjoyment for your child or toddler in a safe and clean environment. Older children will enjoy tearing through Jungle Java's mazes, slides, and zip lines, while children under three can crawl around and safely explore the pint-sized play-structures in a special cordoned-off Toddler Safari. A separate café and lounge allows adults to relax in comfort and sip on a freshly steamed mocha ($2.30 for 12 oz.) and discuss the lost work of Raymond Carver with other parents, or snack on a bite from Jungle Java's healthy general menu, resting assured that the little ones are safely burning calories on the jungle gyms. The facility is cleaned and disinfected daily, and socks are required for entrance to the play area (available for purchase on site).
- Great place for the kiddos to burn off some energy, esp. in the winter months. – emeril I., Yelp
- I love the idea of going somewhere to play inside with the kids and get a coffee. – nickemom, LilaGuide
- This is a great place to let the kids run around while you sit and enjoy coffee. Their frozen coffee is very delicious, I would recommend, and if your [sic] not a coffee drinker they also have smoothies, pop, water and they have food which is delicious! – Colleen C., Insider Pages
Jungle Java was designed to create a space where parents could enjoy a good cup of coffee while watching their children play in a safe and soft environment where tykes traipse through a well-padded multilevel maze of forest huts and treehouses. Toddlers can take time away from the fray in a separate safari area equipped with soft tunnels, slides, and age-appropriate cryptograms. As children romp, parents plunk themselves in the soft folds of a leather couch or power through some work on the free WiFi network. Jungle Java's café carries a menu of coffee drinks, smoothies, and snacks that include all-beef hot dogs and turkey and avocado sandwiches on eight-grain bread.