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Elevate Trampoline Park in Tucson

Elevate Trampoline Park in Tucson has over 35,000 square feet of trampoline fun for jumpers of all ages and at the time of this post they are offering summer specials on their memberships that are a great deal.

Abbey Bailey

Elevate Trampoline Park in Tucson has over 35,000 square feet of trampoline fun for jumpers of all ages and at the time of this post they are offering summer specials on their memberships that are a great deal. There’s currently one location in Northwest Tucson and it’s a great option for air-conditioned summer fun!

At the intersection of Thornydale Rd. and Linda Vista Rd. (right across from Mountain View High School) it’s hard to miss the large green “Elevate” signage. As you drive in, there’s ample parking in the shopping center. Upon arriving at Elevate there are self-serve stations where you can digitally sign a waiver for each jumper before going up to the main desk to buy a jump pass or a membership. The main desk is also where your jumper(s) will get their Elevate socks and a wristband.

Elevate Tucson is currently running a summer special on their memberships that auto-debit for three months from the start date:

The Basic Launch pass is $20.99/month, can be used Monday-Friday, and includes 2 hours of jumping per day.

The Elite Launch pass is just $5 more at $24.99 and adds access on weekend days as well as discounts on food & drinks and birthday party packages.

If you plan on visiting Elevate more than once this summer these memberships can be a great savings! If you’d rather purchase a one-time jump ticket, they are available starting at $19 for a 90-minute jump session, plus $2 for the required Elevate socks.

The jumping options seem endless, including:

  • Wall to wall trampolines
  • Interative games
  • Basketball
  • Ninja courses
  • Jousting
  • Dodgeball
  • Foam pits
  • Rock climbing

There was also a zip line that wasn’t available during our visit but it looks so fun! My 9-year-old’s favorite areas included the Rock Climbing and Jousting areas but he said it was all his favorite and can’t wait to go back! It was such a joy watching him run around and really enjoy his experience.

Elevate also hosts several themed days, such as Toddler days, Youth groups, Homeschool, and Special Needs that include discounts and you can check out more info on their website.

Spectators who aren’t jumping are free and are allowed to walk through the jump area to keep an eye on their jumpers, take photos or videos, and take in the fun energy. With ample seating for spectators, there’s opportunity for socializing, taking in the view, or using the Wi-Fi and working remotely while your child jumps.

With the BoostUp Restaurant inside the trampoline park, you or your jumper can grab something to eat or drink (for an additional cost) and enjoy it in the seating area at the front of the park. They do not allow outside food or drink in the trampoline park, except for water. We personally packed a small cooler and just stepped outside when we wanted to eat!

Overall, we’re excited to enjoy our summer membership for a great air-conditioned activity during the dog days of summer that are soon-to-come. To check out more about Elevate Trampoline Park in Tucson, visit their website .

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  • Abbey Bailey

    Abbey is a mom of two children and lives in Oro Valley with her husband, Tyler. A long-time travel lover, she loves exploring as a family and talking with her kids about their experiences. Abbey loves reading, writing, and Sunday mornings spent in bed. Follow @abbeyjowriter on Instagram where she writes about motherhood, neurodiversity, and mental health.

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