Jumpstreet has parks all across the USA. Locations are based in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas and have over 14 locations to date. These high-quality parks are popular with children and adults alike. With separate areas for small children, these sites are fantastic for a day out with your family or with your friends.
Many of the locations have won awards for their hosting skills, so if you are looking for somewhere to host your trampoline party, this is the spot for you!
Each of the Jumpstreet locations have over 20,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines. The owner of the company, Tim Crawford, wanted to design a place where the whole family can have fun and believe me, he has certainly achieved that!
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Price and Hours
Opening hours are the same at most of the Jumpstreet locations. Sunday to Thursday the sites are open from 10am – 9pm and Friday and Saturday from 10am to 10pm.
Children four years old and younger can enjoy the park all day for $7.99! For older children and adults, the pricing works a little differently, it is $14.99 for one hour, $18.99 for 1.5 hours, $22.99 for 2 hours or $24.99 all day! The most popular option for the older jumpers is the 1.5 hours.
On a Friday, from 4pm, the prices vary again, it is still $14.99 to jump for 1 hour, or you can jump until closing for $17.99, that is a huge saving! On the first Saturday of each month Jumpstreet hold Special Needs events, for children with additional needs and their families. The company also offer a 15% discount for teachers, military personnel and first responders.
It is important to note that you do not need to purchase special grip socks for the Jumpstreet parks. However, they are available for purchase from the site if you would like to buy some. Jumpstreet also welcome observers and in most sites, spectators may enter for free. In the Texas, Katy, site there is a $1 admission fee, and this includes a bottle of water.
Jumpstreet birthday parties are really simple and easy to plan. It costs $8 per child under the age of 4, no matter what day the party is held. For people above the age of 4, the pricing varies depending upon the day.
If the party is held on a Monday to Thursday, the cost per person is $16. If it is held on a weekend the price inflates to $20. This would include unlimited access around the site for two hours.
If you wish to you can also add drinks, a cake and pizzas on to your party for an extra cost. You can book your party online, over the phone or in person.
Free invitations are available for download via the Jumpstreet website.
Jumpstreet offer the opportunity to book for larger groups of people through their website, over the phone or in person. It doesn’t have to be a special occasion to book for a larger group. You can often get discounts by booking this way if you are meeting up with family or friends there, as long as your group has over twenty people.
All birthday parties and group events require at least a $100 deposit on booking.
Activities and Waivers
Each of the Jumpstreet sites is fantastic in its own right. They are all unique and have varying attractions. But one thing is the same across each site… there is more than enough to keep your family busy and entertained!
With a huge amount of space at each site, Jumpstreet has a variety of fun and creative attractions to suit everybody. With 20,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines, trampoline dodgeball, bull rides, foam pits, mazes, obstacles courses and snow slides, you won’t know where to go first!
The most unique aspect of the Jumpstreet parks is definitely the mechanical bull, it is always a huge hit with both children and adults alike. Why not have a competition to see who can stay on the bull the for the longest time?
For observers and spectators there is lots of available seating and the parks also have free WiFi for guests.
At the moment Jumpstreet are running a ‘Bounce for Bucks’ fundraiser. This helps many different charities around the US including, A Christmas Wish, Hope Kids and the American Cancer Society, in addition to so many more. If you would like to know more about how to get involved in this cause, then visit your local Jumpstreet Park.
A waiver must be signed before you can participate in any of the fun Jumpstreet activities. If you are under the age of 18 a waiver must be signed by an adult on your behalf. This doesn’t mean it has to be your parent or guardian. If they’re not available, the adult accompanying you (whether it’s your family member or friend’s parent) can sign the waiver for you for a one-off bounce.
On your next visit, however, it would need to be signed by your parent or guardian. Also, if you’re lucky enough to look under the age of 25 when you’re signing a waiver, you will be asked for identification by the park staff.
The Jumpstreet websites for each park have the rules, waivers and safety information available for you and your family to read prior to your visit. This can be viewed on this link: Rules and Waivers.
The Jumpstreet parks always offer a fun, family-friendly day out. There is always something for children, young people and adults to do. If you fancy having a great time on the trampolines and then taking a turn on a mechanical bull, all without leaving the same building, then you’ll be very impressed with Jumpstreet.