Trampoline park spots where NYC kids will jump for joy

Trampoline parks and bounce houses are every tiny acrobat's dream! They'll let jumping beans hop, slide and have a ball.

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No room in the apartment? Trampoline parks and bounce houses are great indoor activities for kids who want to run wild! Let them get all of that energy out before coming home.

We'll help you find a trampoline park NYC kids love—just scroll through our go-to venues. After all, we believe the best family attractions don't necessarily require shoes. 

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From fun play dates to epic birthday parties for kids, locales like Bounce U and Fly High always provide a great outing for teeny jumping beans. (Mom and Dad just might be inspired to check out the adult offerings.) Who wouldn't want to enjoy a freestyle jumping session or epic game of dodgeball...on a trampoline?!

If your little gymnasts can't get enough of our favorite trampoline parks, make sure to take a gander at the best kids' fitness classes in NYC, too! Happy bouncing and jumping, friends. 

Trampoline park spots near NYC

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Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Pine Brook

Sky Zone's list of adventurous offerings dare you to defy gravity. All you need to do is take off your sneakers and get ready to bounce. Freestyle jumps let visitors rull the trampoline while the Foam Zone is waiting for the young and young at heart to jump into its multi-colored foam squares. If you're ready to bring your A game, take the fun up a notch with ultimate dodgeball (nope, not on the ground—on a trampoline) or let the tiny tots get a dose of adrenaline during Toddler Time (ages 5 and under). There's something for everyone at this lively venue!

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Bounce!

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Get in on fun games like trampoline dodgeball and glow-in-the-dark cosmic slam dunk basketball! The space offers wall-to-wall trampolines with basketball hoops attached, a dodgeball pit with neon dodgeballs, a massive network of simple bounce pads plus trampolines with foam pits that kids can jump into. The gym has other locations in Valley Cottage, NY, Poughkeepsie, NY, Springfield MA and Danbury, CT. All ages.

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STREB

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Elizabeth Streb's facility combines aerobics, gymnastics and circus stunts that students of all ages are welcome to tackle. When youngsters aren't soaring on the trapeze or bouncing on trampolines, they have the option to register for summer camps, enjoy birthday parties and watch some of the performers show their stuff. Ages 5 and up. 

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Fly High Indoor Trampoline Park

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With an official basketball court-sized bounce area, the kids will certainly be flying high. They’ll try things like a bungee slingshot (exactly what it sounds like!), trampoline dodgeball, leaping or flipping into a soft foam pit (where there’s a camera to capture sweet in-air pictures!) and a “dunk zone” for basketball where they’ll feel 7 feet tall. All ages.

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Air Trampoline Sports

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Bounce, fly and flip to your heart’s desire at Air Trampoline Sports’ amazing facility for families. Here, kids can race across interconnected trampolines and leap into foam pits for up to 120 minutes of play—and we guarantee they’ll be ready to crash hard the second they get home. If your child’s too small to bounce high with the big kids, visit during Toddler Time. Be sure to check out Air Trampoline Sports' other location in Aberdeen, New Jersey, too. All ages.

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Billy Beez

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Have you heard what the buzz is all about? Billy Beez—which has locations across the U.S.—offers children the chance to go down slides, play in a ball arena, jump on trampolines (at select venues), try their hand at different sports and refuel on treats when all is said and done. This is an ideal spot for youngsters who have a lot of engery to unleash but aren't quite ready for high-stakes action. The Bronx venue does not offer a trampoline, but the location in the Palisades (1282 Palisades Center Dr., Unit A-100 in West Nyack) does. All ages. 

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Urban Air Trampoline Park

This gym has seven trampoline activity areas for all kinds of jumping hijinks. Test your acrobatic skills on the runway, battle it out in the ultimate dodgeball arena, slam dunk like your favorite pro baller or flip and flop into a foam pit. The gym also features climbing walls and hill, ropes course, a Warrior Battle Beam and tubes obstacle course for kids ages 8 and under. All ages. 

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BounceU

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Tots take off their shoes and climb all over this inflated wonderland. While under supervision, kids can bounce in a soft boxing ring, make their way down inflatable slides, enjoy bouncy jungle gyms, play indoor dodgeball and so much more. Arcade games such as Pac-Man keep fingers busy when tired legs need a break. And parents, don’t be shy: Adults are encouraged to jump and exercise alongside their young ones. Weekly theme parties, including Family Bounce Night and Preschool Playdate add to the friendly local vibe, despite this being part of a large national chain. Ages 3 and up.

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Bounce 'N Play

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If the littles have ants in their pants, Bounce 'N Play is a great way for them to channel all of that pent-up energy. The inflatable jungle gyms, bounce houses, ball pits and rock climbing walls will keep them active for quite some time. But when they can't bounce as high or slide as quickly, let them recoup with a few arcade games such as Pac Man or foosball. Although it's a great place to spend an afternoon thanks to open play options, Bounc 'N Play makes for an epic birthday party destination, so start planning! All ages. 

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Altitude Trampoline Park

Adrenaline junkies will get their thrills with extreme dodge pall, diving into a foam pit with buddies, learning new moves during performance trampoline classes and playing basketball...but not on a flat surface, on a trampoline, of course. Options vary and all ages are accompanied. If you have a tiny tot, check out Toddler Time (ages 2–6) or bring your kids and teens to the Friday Night Frenzy (ages 7 and up) where they can jump for three hours...if they have the energy. All ages. 

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Rockin' Jump Trumbull

This trampoline park is best for competitive folk—grab a paddle and padded jousting stick to tackle the X-Beam (winner stays standing while the “loser” flies into a pool of foam below) or try Vertical Ops to race your friends to the top of a mountain. There’s also Rockin’ Freestyle (an area for more experienced jumpers/aerialists and the Rockin’ Dodge dodgeball zone, plus little tots 6 years and younger get their own jumpin’ time so they can enjoy the massive foam pit safely. It’s a win-win. All ages.

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