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Banish winter blues at one of these indoor parks and play places. Whether you want to burn off energy, play with friends or celebrate a birthday, there’s an activity for every kid.

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Jumping Plus More

These multi-attraction parks have everything from trampolines and virtual reality to obstacle courses and climbing walls.

Adventure Air

Jump on the trampoline main court, zipline over a foam pit, climb the bouldering wall and take a challenge on the ninja obstacle course. Kennesaw.

Altitude Trampoline Park

Find wall-to-wall trampolines for jumping, a trapeze swing, and a battle beam for dueling. There’s also a rock wall, dodgeball area and a kids’ court for smaller jumpers. Marietta.

Boomerang

Kids will love the inflatable slides, warrior course, dance floor, ball wall and more. There’s also a separate area for ages 4 and younger. Atlanta.

Catch Air

Find climbing structures, interactive toys, slides, a digital zone and more at this play center; each location has its own theme, from outer space to under the sea. Multiple metro Atlanta locations.

Defy Atlanta

Push your limits on the ninja course and try the aerial silks, stunt fall, trampolines, dodgeball, battle beams and more. Check the website for Kid Jump times for ages 6 and younger. Atlanta.

Get Air

Jump on trampolines, play dodgeball or slamball and balance on the slackline or fidget ladder. Get Air has a designated area for younger kids. Five metro Atlanta locations.

Jumping World

Jump in the tumbling lanes or foam pit, play dodgeball or shoot baskets while the younger kids play in Toddler World. Kennesaw.

Launch Trampoline Park

Perform tricks on the Launch Pad, flip on the Tumble Traks, conquer the ninja course, joust in the battle pit and more. Cumming.

Rockin’ Jump

Play in the open jump arena, balance on the X-Beam, try aerial silks, conquer the ninja challenge course and more. Buford and Smyrna.

Sky Zone

Sky Zone

Kids can jump freestyle on trampolines, zipline, slide, play basketball or dodgeball, and try Skyjoust, Skyladder and more. Most locations have a toddler zone. Multiple Atlanta locations.

Urban Air Adventure Park

Enjoy trampolines, the Sky Rider coaster, indoor skydiving, virtual reality, ropes course, climbing walls and more, plus a Kids Area for ages 7 and younger. Multiple Atlanta locations.

Xtreme Hopp

This park has a ninja course, warped wall, trampolines, dodgeball, foam pit, Xglow Lounge every Friday and Saturday and a toddler-only time. Johns Creek.

Best Spots for the Younger Set

These play zones are designed with soft play areas, inflatables, foam pits and more to explore.

Billy Beez

Kids will love the super speed and rainbow slides, tunnels, swings and foam ball cannon. The Mini Beez area is perfect for toddlers. Buford.

Buddy’s Indoor Playhouse

Explore the soft play area, driving track, play structures, educational games and more—all are designed for kids 6 years and younger. Smyrna.

Dino Dash

This prehistoric playground has slides, obstacle courses, basketball, dodgeball, and a rock-climbing wall, plus a separate toddler area. Peachtree Corners.

Hippo Hopp

This eco-friendly playground features obstacle courses, slides, basketball, dodgeball, a rock-climbing wall and more, plus a separate toddler area. Atlanta.

Kids Land

This playground features a town village, reading lounge, art studio, toys, slides and more. Jonesboro.

Kids Paradise

Kids can burn off energy at this indoor playground, with climbing structures, slides and a soft play area for younger kids. Norcross.

Kids Up!

With separate sections for younger and older kids, this center has inflatables, play structures, seesaws and a three-story playhouse. Dacula.

Woody’s Jump n Play

This entertainment center has inflatables, slides, mini bowling and a parent lounge. McDonough.

Know Before You Go:

  • Weekday mornings are usually less crowded; some venues offer lower pricing during off-peak hours.
  • Many parks require a reservation with timed entry as well as a signed waiver—check the website before you go.
  • Socks are usually required; bring your own to avoid paying for a pair.
  • Check websites for special ticket pricing, memberships, events and parties.

For more exciting indoor play spaces, check out this list.

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