Weather outside got you down? Perhaps you’ve been cooped up with the kiddos because it’s been raining for a week or it’s simply too hot ‘n humid, and they’ve got energy to burn? Take them some place where they can bounce off the walls… literally. Trampoline and indoor fun parks are guaranteed to occupy kids of all ages for hours, and send them home happy (and tired)! Believe me, I’ve been there, and a quick search for a trampoline park near me was just what we needed. If you live in the Atlanta area, here are 12 terrific trampoline parks that will have you jumping for joy.
Adventure Air is the ultimate trampoline park, serving the Atlanta area from Kennesaw. The main trampoline area is massive and set up parkour style. There is a Ninja Warrior style obstacle course, foam pit, state of the art arcade and so much more entertainment, your kids will go wild!
It’s the perfect place to plan parties or events. Dynamic lighting, fun obstacles and lots to do. General Admission is $16 for one hour. Grip socks are available for $3. Waivers are required.
Tip: They often have specials listed on website so check there first.
Tons of fun for the whole family. Big Air and Little Air sections for big and little kids, that include a Ninja course, slamball, kiddie course, dodgeball and trampolines. And get this – massage chairs for parents! It’s a great venue for parties. Plus, Get Air offers special times for special needs kids and toddlers.
Teens will love Club Air on Friday and Saturday nights, with fun music. Jump socks and waivers required. Big Air for one hour is $14. Little Air (for kiddos under 46”) is $10 an hour. Jump socks available for $3. Discounts and specials available online, as well as information on other Atlanta locations.
At 20,000 sq. ft. there is lots of trampolining fun to be had here. Huge main court with the longest trampoline lanes in the USA (wow!), Toddlers court and inflatables for ages 1 through 5, foam pit, two dodgeball courts, slam dunk court, birthday party booths, video game arcade, snack bar, mechanical bull and more. Phew! Did you get all that?
As if that weren’t enough fun, catch a laser lights show on Friday and Saturday nights. There are teen nights, family time, and toddler time as well. Birthday parties, events and fundraisers available. Sock and waivers required. Kids ages 5 and up are $11 for the first hour and $7 each additional hour on weekends. Please note: No denim allowed!
Skyzone Trampoline Park may be one of the most well known brands in bounce parks. They offer free jump time in addition to fitness classes and other events. In addition, their selection of attractions is vast and includes warped wall, foam zone, ultimate dodgeball, Skyslam (basketball), sky ladder and more.
Skyzone, like most other venues requires a waiver to jump. Skyzone Park offers special programs for homeschool kids at $7 an hour, toddlers at $5/ hr, fitness, glow jumping and more. In addition, they offer a variety of party options. Open jump starts at $11.25 for 30 minutes.
Leapin’ Lizards specializes in fun and parties, so it’s a great place to check out if you are planning an event. The Center is 20,000 sq. ft. of inflatable play structures, open space, toddler area, hockey tables and more, and is an especially great option for the younger set. Admission is $5 for children 2 years and under and $8 for kids 3 through 10. Open Play is $8 per child. Parents are always free. Socks and waiver required.
ABOVE THE AIR IS NOW CLOSED. Above the Air is 25,000 square feet filled with huge trampolines, dodge ball courts, foam pits, air dunk basketball hoops and a dual sided rock climbing wall. Private rooms available for parties. Tons of fun for all ages. Socks and waiver required. Admission is $8 for 30 min.; $12 for 1 hour. Socks are available for $2. Lots of specials and discounts available on the website..
This indoor play center is the only truly “green” non-toxic indoor playground! They offer a wide variety of play structures to encourage kids to be active by hopping, jumping, sliding, running, and climbing. There are obstacle courses, basketball hoops, air hockey tables, interactive flooring, a rock climbing wall and more, including a toddler-only section. In addition, HippoHopp offers a healthy cafe and was voted a top birthday party location in Atlanta. Socks are required.
Catch Air is a super popular birthday spot among our friends for climbing, bouncing and indoor play. The six local play centers feature play structures, ball pits, ball cannons, soft play toddler areas, interactive dance floor and “Tiny Town” area, with padded rides and games for guests under 4 foot tall.
There are a variety of interactive games and technology, interactive large screen, free WiFi, snack bar and party areas. Socks are required. Walk-ins start at $7 to $8 for toddlers 2 and under; $11 to $12 for ages 3 through 12. May vary depending on locations.
There is lots of inflatable bounce house fun for your little monkeys at Monkey Joe’s. Colorful bounce houses, with slides, climbers, and obstacle courses available. Designated areas for kids ages 2 through 12, and a “Mini Monkey Zone” for little ones under 3.
Monkey Joe’s specializes in safety with identifying bracelets and video monitoring. Snack bar and free WiFi on site for parents and non-jumpers. Party room and a variety of birthday packages available at three local Atlanta locations. Walk-in pricing is around $10 and hours vary.
Trampoline park, Ninja course, rock climb and more – XDrenaline is Marietta’s premier indoor fun center. Kids enjoy brightly colored trampolines, obstacles, double-sided rock climbing walls and fun games. Popular for parties and events. Snack bar available. Special socks and waiver required. Tennis shoes required for rock wall and Ninja course.
Cost is $12 per hour. Socks available for $3. Special offers and discounts available online. XDrenaline offers special jump times for homeschoolers and toddlers. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. See the website for details.
BounceU is a fun inflatable playground with plenty of obstacles, slides, tubes and other fun for kids of all ages. Programming includes Sensory Bounce for special needs, as well as Family Bounce and Toddler Bounce. They also offer bubble parties, Cosmic Bounce (glow in the dark), Parents Night Out and so much more.
Check the calendar online for a list of events. Socks and waiver required. Lots of special offers and flash specials on website and Facebook page. Open bounce is $9.99 per child, ages 2 through 17; $5 for toddlers 12 through 23 months old. Parents play free with paid child.
As the name implies, this 20,000 sq. ft. venue is mainly an indoor trampoline park with all sorts of extras like slides, bucking bull, ball courts and more. Located inside Sugarloaf Mills, it’s super colorful and appealing with plenty of space for kids of all ages. Plus, there is plenty of seating for non-participants and parents, who may just want to cruise on the free WiFi and watch the action.
Birthday parties available and vending machines on site. We’ve been going to this “bounce place” (as my son calls it) for years now. You can’t beat $4.99 for unlimited jump time for tots 3 and under. Basic jumping starts at $7.99 for kids 4 through 7, extra for older kids. Does not include “main” trampolines or dodgeball.
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