Inclement weather forces children to play in their homes, which is literally the last place their parents want them. Make everyone happy with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for two open-play passes (up to a $14 value)
- $14 for four open-play passes (up to a $28 value)
Two adults admitted free for each family. Open-play times are Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday evenings.
Open-play passes grant guests access to all rooms, including the Playtastic Room, which opens in the morning for early rabble-rousing; the Bounce Room, which features an obstacle course with large slide, jousting bouncer, and sports combo with soccer goals, basketball hoops, twister mat, and volleyball net; and an extreme dodgeball and sports arena which hosts scores of games.
The Bounce Spot
Scrambling over plush barriers and through tunnels, kids burn off youthful energy and build up social skills while cavorting about The Bounce Spot. Tots and tykes busy themselves with navigating the 65 ft. long obstacle course before cascading down the 16 ft. slide. It's not a totally uncommon scene at an indoor playground, but at the Bounce Spot, parents get to throw off the shackles of adulthood as they bound about the inflatables and slam dunking in the air-filled basketball court with their kids. This allows both parent and child to play together, bond, and burn off some extra energy, as well.
Families can also celebrate birthdays in the air-centric playscape. A professional coordinator gets kids decorating fresh-baked cupcakes as the guest of honor sits on a throne-like chair to open gifts and banish siblings from their kingdom. The Bounce Spot's staff also organizes fitness camps for kids in kindergarten through eight grade, leading them on activity-based field trips to play baseball in the park, learn about dinosaurs, or pick up an appreciation for music.
89% of 242 customers recommend
“It's awesome, especially for toddlers. Be aware of bigger kids if you have littles”
“Great family fun.”
“Love that we could bring our own snacks!”