Thursday, February 24, 2011

JUMP ZONE Bouncing Fun for Children 2-12

Our recent trip to Jump Zone was a success.  We had a great time .  C. had fun, but I think he will enjoy it a lot more when he a little big bigger.  Jump Zone is set up for kids ages 2-12 with a baby area for kids under 2. 

They had a few games, and of course the inflatables with slides.  C just wanted to play with anything that had a ball. Nothing new there.  They also have a snack bar that sells chips, pizza by the slice, drinks and other snack foods.  A bag and chips cost me nearly $3 so you might want to plan around your meals.

The cost was $8 for unlimited jumping from 10am to 1pm.  This was plenty of jump time for us.  My guy was ready to go way before 1.  The morning part was not crowded one bit, and I think was definitely the best time to be there with a little one.  By noon it was getting packed.  C ran right into another little girl and got a bump on his head.  Ouch. 
They have 8 inflatables in the play room so plenty to keep your little one running around.  Definitely get some exercise running, jumping and bouncing here. 

                                                           the huge fire truck slide / bounce house
                                                                                      Batman slide bounce house

Jump Zone offers Birthday parties here as well.  I hear this is the place to have a party, but we have not had one here yet .
The price for a small party of 15 kids is $250 on the weekend and $190 weekday.  I think they must do specials though.  I know I got emailed some coupons close to C.'s Birthday this year.  So , if you are thinking about a party I would definitely suggest signing up for their email so you can get in on the coupons. 

Little C sliding down.  It took him forever to decide that he wanted to slide.  Once he did he did not want to quit or take turns.  That is a lesson that we are having a hard time learning taking turns.


I will definitely take C back again.  It is for sure a great place for a visit on a rainy or cold day.