I took three kids to Jumpstreet today and they had a great time. This indoor trampoline place is full of plenty of things to keep your kids entertained and active for hours. Adults can jump too, but they don’t have any special events or hours for adults or teens.
Kids seven and under hang out in the Earthquake Zone, and kids four and up can enjoy the rest of the facility if accompanied by a paying participant 12 years or older. The Earthquake Zone has a small, contained jump area, several bounce houses, an inflatable slide and a seating area. There is no gate to this area.
There are two dodgeball areas and one giant jump area with several rows of trampolines with ramps at each end. My little kid had the best time running up and sliding down the ramps.
Other Fun Stuff
There are also two basketball jump areas, a mechanical bull with a range of difficulty levels, a stunt jump (jump into a giant bag like the ones the stunt men and women use) and walking sticks. All of this is included in the admission price. There are also a few video games and a large air hockey table which all require coins to play.
You pay by the hour to jump, with different prices for different ages and days. I’m writing this post December 2016 and it’s $5/day for kids 3 and under (Earthquake Zone only). Prices for older kids vary by weekday (Monday-Thursday) and weekend from $4-$15/hour. Visit their website for details. You need to sign a waiver for each child participating. They have some you can submit on their website, or you can complete it there.
There are bathrooms with water fountains, but the changing table is outside the bathrooms near the Earthquake Zone, which I found odd. There are lockers for valuables (four quarters!) and cubbies for shoes and sweatshirts. There are plenty of tables, benches and counters for sitting, and a couple of massage chairs you can pay to use, if you don’t want to jump. There is no quiet area for adults. It can get cold (I was freezing) if you’re not jumping, so plan accordingly. They sell water, soda, Gatorade, candy, chips, Dippin’ Dots and crackers in the vending machines and at the counter. You cannot bring in any outside food or drink, even water bottles.
They have a birthday party area (you can bring in cake and ice cream only) in the back, and you can see the large jump zone from the tables. They offer a Kids with Special Needs morning the first Saturday of each month, check their Events page for details.
6505 W. Park Blvd, Plano