Get Bouncing! Jump and Trampoline Places in Atlanta
Grab some socks and let the kids get their jump on. These indoor play places and trampoline parks will keep the kids bouncing.
Bounce Places in Atlanta
Kids are mesmerized by the maze-like play structures with slides and ropes at all of their locations (Johns Creek, Cumming, Marietta, Sandy Springs, Midtown and Snellville). Catch Air has separate sections for different ages but everyone loves the interactive dance floor.
Not only is this place in northeast Atlanta a blast for kids (with a rock climbing wall, air hockey and plenty of bouncy structures) but they are committed to being eco-friendly. From the paint on their walls to the food in their café to the cleaning products (which they use to disinfect the playground daily), everything is non-toxic and safe.
Kids have lots of options at Jump Jump in Peachtree Corners. They can bounce or slide on one of the many inflatables or jump on the 1,000 square feet of trampolines. There is even a separate toddler area.
This colorful indoor playground in Norcross has tons to do for kids of all ages including a toddler zone, arcade style games and a Ninja obstacle course. Plus, their “Paradise Cafeteria” has tons of food options (not just snacks), drinks and lots of seating.
With 20,000 square feet full of inflatables, kids can jump and bounce for hours. Located in North DeKalb Mall in Decatur, Leapin’ Lizards also has a toddler area and offers parents’ night out twice a month.
Their four locations around Atlanta (Cumming, Marietta, Newnan and Tucker) feature moon bounces, fast slides and of course, Monkey Joe himself. The under 3 crowd will have fun in the mini monkey area.
Woody’s is a family owned and operated facility in McDonough that has all the typical inflatables you would expect. But what sets them apart is their “parents’ lounge” where grown-ups can relax, use the Wi-fi, watch TV and still keep an eye on their jumping children.
Trampoline Parks in Atlanta
Kids can climb through Atlanta’s largest ninja warrior obstacle course, jump off the walls on the Mad Maxx super trampoline or swing into action off a trapeze over a foam pit at this indoor playground in Kennesaw.
This one has two sections. Big Air is for the bigger kids with a ninja course, dodge ball, basketball and foam pit. Small Air is for kids under 46 inches with smaller play areas.
In addition to trampolines, Jumping World in Kennesaw has two huge dodgeball courts, an arcade and a concession area, plus a jumping house for toddlers.
This indoor trampoline park in Douglasville has 11,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines. They also offer a variety of activities such as dodgeball, basketball dunking lanes, foam pits and special toddler time hours.
In Buford near the Mall of Georgia, Rockin’ Jump is a big, bright and clean facility that has the typical trampolines with a few extras. Kids love to do the ninja course, and parents love to hang out in the seating area with charging stations and TVs.
With several locations across Atlanta (Kennesaw, Roswell, Suwannee, McDonough and Newnan) almost everyone can get to a Sky Zone. They’ve got it all with tons of trampolines, basketball, dodgeball and a large foam pit.
Kids will wear themselves out on X-drenaline’s tramplines, ninja obstacle course, foam pit and rock wall. Also, check their website for “Toddler Takeover,” which is a dedicated jump time just for little ones. X-drenaline is in East Cobb with a new location near Cumming/Alpharetta/Milton coming soon.
—Elsa Simcik contributed to this article.