Trampoline park spots around New York City

All ages will love bouncing at these awesome trampoline park venues that offer climbing walls, foam pits and more

If your kids can’t keep from jumping on the couch or off their beds, grab tickets to these cool trampoline parks for all ages. They’ll channel their favorite basketball player as they bounce off a platform and slam dunk with style. Obstacle courses, massive foam pits and glow-in-the-dark bounce parties are just some of the other activities featured in these fun spots. And don't worry if your tots are still to young to kick it with their older siblings—many of these places host specific times when little ones can bounce with their parents in a safe environment.

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Booking these trampoline parks for a special occasion would make any energetic birthday kid’s dream come true and would be an event even the grownups would enjoy. You should definitely add some of these to your list of birthday party places, indoor playgrounds and kids' play spaces.

Trampoline parks around NYC

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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Bounce!

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. Jump n’ Glow fun occurs every Friday and Saturday from 8pm–10pm and is available to kids ages eight and up, and there’s also a designated play area for kids six and under. The gym has other locations in Valley Cottage, NY, Poughkeepsie, NY, Springfield MA and Danbury, CT, but pretty soon NYC will get its own Bounce! The gym announced that it will open a new location in Sunset Park, Brooklyn near Industry City that will be as big as a football field and feature American Ninja Warrior-inspired obstacle courses. All ages.

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Long Island
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Fly High Indoor Trampoline Park

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 seven feet tall. All ages.

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Staten Island

Air Trampoline Sports

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. On Saturday nights, kids 12 and up can party from 8–11pm in a special Airfter Dark party. If your child’s too small to bounce high with the big kids, visit during Toddler Time Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 10am–11am. Be sure to check out Air Trampoline Sports' other location in Aberdeen, NJ, too. All ages.

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Long Island
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Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Pine Brook

Sky Zone offers open jump complete with access to the main court, ultimate dodgeball (held on wall-to-wall trampolines), sky slam (where you’ll let the trampolines help you soar to new heights for a slam dunk) and an epic foam zone where your nuggets can free-fall into a pit of 10,000 foam blocks. Sky Zone even offers a sensory-friendly event on the second Monday of every month from 3:30pm to 6:30pm where the staff ratio is increased, capacity is limited and one parent/companion may accompany each paying jumper for free. 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 six years and younger get their own jumpin’ time Tuesdays and Saturdays 8am–10am so they can enjoy the massive foam pit safely. It’s a win-win. All ages.

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