While the weather in Los Angeles is usually pretty perfect, there are days when it’s too cold or to hot for kids to have fun playing outside. Fortunately, the city has plenty of indoor trampoline playgrounds, places that will let your kiddos expend energy and stay safe doing it.
The indoor trampoline playgrounds provide a unique playing experience, as they will get you off the couch, and flying high. They are also a great way to get your heart rate up while keeping your kids happy and active.
With thousands of square feet of trampolines, Get Air Surf City will get your kids jumping. This trampoline playground is in Huntington Beach, and it offers a wide variety of activities. Feel free to get a pass for yourself while there, because it’s good to find your inner child every now and then. You and your kids can spend hours just bouncing around on large trampolines or play a game of dodge-ball. If your children are little, then you’ll appreciate Get Air’s trampoline section that limits the size of jumpers to those who are under 46 inches. The trampoline playground has family nights on Mondays, and it offers a special rate for families of four. For general admission, one hour of jumping is $13.99 per person. For younger kids, the cost is $9.99.
This center has locations throughout Southern California including Van Nuys, Torrance and Glendale. Along with regular jumping, Sky Zone offers activities like dodge-ball, a dunking zone and aerobics. This trampoline playground focuses on offering its customers fun fitness. Jumping on trampolines is an exercise that doesn’t feel like a workout. Sky Zone also has a foam pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes. Use it to perform fun flips or just hurl yourself into its soft foaminess.
Located in Laguna Hills, the Big Air Trampoline Park will keep your kids happy during the days when playing outside isn’t an option. This popular trampoline playground lets you and your kids challenge their friends to one-on-one jousting matches as you do your best to hold onto your balance over a foam pit. The park has a dunking section, as well as 17,000 square-feet of jumping areas. It features an electronic bull and “The Wall,” which is an intense climbing course. The Big Air Trampoline Park has an area for toddlers, so feel free to bring your little ones with you to jump. General admission to the trampoline park is $16.50 for one hour. The price goes down if you decide to jump longer. Big Air requires grip socks. You can bring a pair or buy one for $2.50.
Sky High Sports is appropriately named since you’ll be able to jump sky high on its many trampolines. The trampoline park has locations around Southern California, so you’ll be able to find one near you. Along with its main trampoline area, Sky High Sports offers a rope swing and a basketball dunk section. Here, you can participate in a dodgeball match. Get a group of friends together to fling balls at one another or join one of the ongoing games. Playing on a trampoline brings a fresh, new element to the game. You may find yourself dodging balls easy peasy or more able to hit an opponent by jumping high into the air. Like most of today’s trampoline parks, Sky High has a section for small children. This is also a place where you can get your workout on by taking an AIR-obics class. This type of class is low impact. It also helps you burn fat while improving your coordination and balance.
The Rockin’ Jump center is a little smaller than some of the other trampoline parks in California, but this makes it perfect if you have little kids. A smaller space just makes it easier to keep track of them. The center offers pricing promotions, so be sure to like their Facebook page. The Rockin’ Jump hosts birthday parties as well as group events. Along with several jumping areas, the trampoline center has a place for dodge-ball, a slam dunk zone, and an X-Beam competition area, where your kids can use padded lances and attempt to knock an opponent off a beam. Since they’ll land among foam blocks, the game is fun and safe. It also offers fun experiences like holiday parties and events. An hour of jumping will run you $16.00 while an all-day pass is just $32.00. The Rockin’ Jump center is in San Dimas.
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Elizabeth is a guest blogger for Fun With Kids in LA.