What You'll Get
Children are like hummingbirds: tiny creatures constantly expending energy and always guzzling sugar from the nearest teacup. Release humming tots back to their natural habitat with today's Groupon to Run Jump-n-Play in Mason. Choose between the following options:
For $20, you get a pass for six swing-set visits and two bounce sessions for one child (a $44 value).
For $35, you get a pass for six swing-set visits and two bounce sessions for two children (an $88 value).
Run Jump-n-Play's 10,000-square-foot indoor playground features looming inflatables, party rooms, swing sets, and more. Passes to the Swings-n-Things area grant Tasmanian tykes access to netted trampolines, basketball hoops, and more than 10 redwood play sets outfitted with swings and slides. Hop havens come in an array of shapes and characters, with kids able to bound down the gullet of a giant great white shark or swab the deck of an octopus-wrapped ship. As kids bounce around, parents can enjoy coffee, conversation, and stable ground at the on-site snack bar.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 15, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for open play. Not valid for birthday parties. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Run Jump-n-Play
Run Jump-n-Play takes away Mother Nature's power to spoil a day of fun. No matter if it's hailing or raining, the haven gives kids a space to do all activities recommended in its name. Indoor playground sessions feature swings, slides, trampolines, and basketball hoops, whereas open inflatable play lets wee ones bounce and climb to their hearts' content. Not only can they play ball in inflatable arenas, they can also explore an inflatable ocean filled with sharks, dolphins, and treasure, or head to the Cosmic Glo arena for glow-in-the-dark bowling and golf. Taken as a whole, Run Jump-n-Play becomes not only a great place for children to burn off steam, but also a favorite spot to celebrate birthdays and work through an irrational fear of air.