Playtime helps kids develop real-world skills, such as sharing and being able to distinguish which portions of the floor are made of lava. Let the good times flow with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $5 for a 90-minute open-bounce session (a $10 value)
- $15 for a 90-minute open-bounce session and a 5-drink card from Jumpin' Java (a $30 value)
For up to 90 minutes, children aged 18 months and older frolic across more than 10,000 square feet of space, where a separate toddler area encourages safe play. Adults aged 16 and older are always admitted for free, as are children younger than 18 months, provided an older child accompanies them. View the open-bounce schedule.
Also onsite is a Jumpin' Java coffee bar, where servers pour hot, iced, or blended drinks as well as smoothies. Flavor add-ons from caramel to raspberry are available at no extra charge.
Sport Bounce of Loudoun
Larger-than-life inflatables at Sport Bounce of Loudoun will have your kids jumping for joy! The staff here loves seeing kids (ages 2-10) bounce happily through their giant 10,000 square foot arena filled with inflatable obstacle courses, basketball, slides and a jumping pillow. Parents are welcome to slide and bounce as they supervise their kids at play. Fun events, such awesome birthday parties are a staff specialty.
During each birthday celebration, they perform all setup and cleanup and provide utensils, birthday candles, and a crown or tiara for the birthday child. Each party receives one 4x6 printed copy and a digital copy can be sent to the party parent's email on the day of the party. Additional 4x6 printed copies are 75 cents each.
92% of 163 customers recommend
“Good place. Kids liked it very much :)”
“Great place to while away an hour and a half. Two different large slides, a jumping pillow, two moon bounces and more. Fun birthday for the little ones. I took my...”
“Great place to while away an hour and a half. Two different large slides, a jumping pillow, two moon bounces and more. Fun birthday for the little ones. I took my grandkids (ages 12, 8 and 6) and they all enjoyed it.”