Safety & Rules aren't for Party Poopers
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Covid safety

From guidance provided by health authorities, we have reinforced our health & cleaning measures, including but not limited to >>>

Health & Cleanliness Measures

  • Limiting capacity of people in the facility

  • Hand sanitizer stations located throughout the facility.

  • Staff will be washing hands more frequently and we request customers do the same.

  • Adjusted seating to allow for social distancing.

  • Staff will be cleaning equipment and facilities with hospital-grade disinfectant.  Increased cleaning throughout the day of all frequently touched surfaces.  Nightly cleaning and sanitation of facilities.

  • Daily wellness checks to be performed on all staff.  


We believe in your safety.

We know that doing any physical activity has the possibility of injury whether it be soccer, running, swimming, or rock climbing.

We have carefully constructed a list of rules so that you can get the most out of your experience without seriously hurting yourself or us. Trampolines can be inherently dangerous.

The best way to prevent injury is to be smart jumper. Be aware of your surroundings. Do not perform anything outside your skill level. Learn and follow our rules.


Anybody can get hurt anywhere, doing anything. That's a fact we all know, but sometimes don't admit. Jumping on a trampoline can be inherently dangerous. This can be specifically true when not following the rules. Participants and parents must accept these risks, and also take responsibility to follow posted rules to minimize the risks.


Not following the rules can lead to injury of yourself as well as others.

Our staff is well trained for your safety. Our equipment is especially designed to make your experience as safe as possible. However, like all circumstances in life and despite everything we are possibly doing to protect you, we cannot eliminate the full risk of injury.

"It's important for kids to have fun and get exercise. But there is no activity in which a kid is getting exercise that is risk-free."
Why trampoline parks are safer than backyard trampolines
Backyard Trampolines
Trampoline Parks
Cheap netting that often rips
Reinforced netting to help protect jumpers
Cheap, cost-effective material
High quality commercial materials
No monitoring, no rules = wreckless and possibly painful freedom
Specially trained court attendants to remind and enforce safety rules
Cheap pads are worn down fast, exposing springs
Better thicker padding to cover springs as an extra protection layer
Thin pads and warped mats
Thick padding to help eliminate openings
Trampolines are elevated just slightly above-ground
Trampolines are basically level with the safety deck, which much higher than most backyard trampolines
Most are round, forcing most weight to go only towards the middle
Strategically engineered shapes to assist in safe jumping