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Providing families with a happy and healthy environment to play while putting a premium on safety and cleanliness is what separates our parks from the rest. The reality is that times have changed, not the. They still want to have fun. Open fields and forests have been replaced by concrete jungles and suburban centers, with more dangers and hidden hazards around every corner than generations had to encounter.

Another changing factor is the heat: was the hottest year on recordbreaking the mark ly set by In fact, six of the last seven summers have ranked among the hottest in U. With the risks of heat stroke, heat exhaustion, and sun exposure on the rise, kids are at risk more than ever before.

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Image Source. Our management team attends regular meetings to ensure all of our parks and employees are at the top of their game when it comes to the safety for our patrons. Each station is monitored by a Jump Patrol team member, who handles everything from crowding issues to rule enforcement. Similar to a lifeguard on dry land, they also provide jumpers with coaching on how to safely use the equipment in each arena. All trampoline beds are fully covered and padded, ensuring jumpers cannot fall on or through the springs. The jumping arenas also feature redundant nets, which serve as a secondary safety device underneath the trampolines.

Padding covers all metal posts in the arenas to protect jumpers from injury, as well as netting around the top of all arenas. We also set aside special times and space for younger jumpers, less-experienced jumpers, and special-needs children who require a little more and extra attention to learn how to gain confidence on the obstacles. Odds are they did not leave a good first impression, as parents cringed at the thought of their little ones scrambling around in the filthy ball pit. These fly-by-night playhouses and restaurant sideshow attractions have begun to fade out of sight due to safety and health concerns.

Aside from the obvious de flaws that left children susceptible to injury, the greatest dangers were the germs and bacteria deposited and spread by little ones in spaces so tiny that they were impossible to keep clean. Main Jump Arena. We have top-of-the-line cleaning crews that are effective in keeping the arenas sanitary without the use of dangerous chemicals. Our climate-controlled environment not only allows kids to play without overheating, but the clean ventilation system also makes it safe for those with allergies.

We have employees whose sole responsibility is to monitor restrooms and other common areas to report and prevent any issues with cleanliness and clutter. Guests are also encouraged to report any problems to our staff for immediate attention.

The private rooms are scrubbed free of cake and ice cream after every party so each birthday boy and girl can enjoy a fresh room with their friends and family on their special day. Alas, the only thing that kids really care about — the FUN! The sounds of children laughing and playing tell kids everything they need to know about the main attraction of the trampoline park. And the indoor, climate-controlled environment allows kids to have good, clean fun without the health risks associated with the sun and heat. The Open Jump Area is a popular spot for kids to start their visit our park to take the trampoline floor for a test spin.

The Stunt Bag is the perfect place for children interested in gymnastics to practice their jumps and work on developing some new Just looking for some summer fun into a padded pit for a safe and soft landing. The X-Beam jousting pit allows kids to go one on one with padded batons, where the only down side reward to losing is a soft landing in the padded pit below.

Dodgeball Arena. The Dodgeball Arena is a far cry from the dangerous encounters in gym class. The Slam-Dunk Zone basketball hoop is among the most popular attractions for little ones who have dreams of playing in the NBA. The padded rim and trampoline surface allow kids to grab some serious air and get creative on their slam dunks.

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Children can play solo and practice their moves, play one on one with a friend, or in a pick-up game. Our Safety Patrol is always on alert to ensure kids of all sizes get their time to shine. Oh, did we forget about the parents? Adults who are still kids at heart are also allowed to in the fun in the arenas.

You can watch your favorite show on one of our many big-screen TVs while also keeping an eye on the kids via our closed-circuit camera system. Our Locations.

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In order to save time when you arrive, you may fill out and your liability waiver in advance. Please note that you must be at least 18 years old in order to a liability waiver. If you are not 18 years old, please ask your parent or legal guardian to complete this process. Choose a different location. Facebook Twitter Instagram. Looking for Good, Clean Summer Fun? While children are anxiously counting down the of school days left until the start of summer break, parents are on the clock to find healthy and fun summer activities to keep the kids entertained and occupied.

It is very easy for children to slip into a routine of sleeping late or spending too much time playing video games. Before you know it, summer is over.

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Parents have to walk a fine line between giving their children time and space to do their own thing, while also motivating them to exercise and discover new things that can grow into life-long healthy habits and hobbies. But the bottom line is it has to be fun and interesting to them.

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The goal is to engage them in healthy summer activities where they will have an excellent time. Dodgeball Arena The Dodgeball Arena is a far cry from the dangerous encounters in gym class.

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