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Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park

Mark Keller

Update: These locations are closed.

If a warehouse filled with trampolines sounds like your idea of a good time, check out Jumpstreet! Because that’s exactly what you’ll find—a huge room with unlimited bouncing potential.

The main area is filled with row after row of Jumpstreet’s exclusive trampoline system, designed with upward-angled ends. You can bunny-hop across the room, make huge leaps along the length of a single trampoline, or use the sloped edges to get some big air and try some flips. There are trampoline dodgeball courts, too, giving the classic game a bouncy twist. And if you’ve brought some quarters with you the arcade area is worth checking out, as well.

Jumpstreet is definitely targeted more toward older children. Due to safety risks, kids under the age of four aren’t allowed in most of the areas (four- to seven-year-olds can jump on the main trampolines as long as they’re accompanied by someone older). Parents and older kids, meanwhile, aren’t allowed to jump in the seven-and-under Earthquake Kids Zone. Segregation might not be as much fun as jumping together, but the EKZ features smaller versions of the trampolines in the main area, plus bounce houses and play equipment.

For an additional fee you can enter the Fun Pass area, home to more trampoline-centered entertainment. The mechanical bull will test your sense of balance, while the trampoline basketball court adds even more height to an already-pretty-vertical game. Jump or swing into a huge pit of foam blocks and then try to scramble to the edge, or climb the padded “walking sticks” and leap down again.

You can get two Monday or Wednesday one-hour trampoline sessions at Jumpstreet with a Pogo Pass, along with admission to many other venues (use the promo code AZPLACES at checkout to get 60% off!).

Getting There

Jumpstreet has two Phoenix locations:

Jumpstreet Chandler
455 East Warner Road
Chandler, AZ 85225

Jumpstreet Glendale
5665 West Bell Road
Glendale, AZ 85308

  • Mark Keller

    Mark is sharing his favorite places to see in Arizona and especially fun activities for kids and families in the Phoenix area. Mark enjoys writing, travel, and films.

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