- $15 for a two-hour jump session for one including ankle grip socks ($22 value)
Launching Pad Trampoline Park
The laws of gravity are said to be universal, but they don't apply when you're exploring 15,000 square feet of trampolines. At Launching Pad Trampoline Park, one can easily jump up towards the ceiling, bound at an angle, or even flip into pits of foam cubes. Though NASA turned the moon into a private golf course, visitors can play their own bouncy games at Launching Pad's two dodgeball trampoline courts, four basketball dunk lanes, and dedicated children's court.
Yet for the massive amount of space they cover, springy trampolines account for less than half of the space inside Launching Pad Trampoline Park. The complex encompasses an arcade with 32 games —including ski ball— and a full redemption counter, as well as Lazer Frenzy, an enclosed maze guarded by moving laser beams. Inside the XD 6D Motion Theatre, motion seats, surround sound, G-force acceleration, and other special effects immerse audiences in outer-space roller coasters and other adventures on the 15-foot screen.