Get Bouncing! Best 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.
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Bounce Places in Atlanta
This inflatable playground for ages 12 and younger can light up with interactive lights and lasers as a glow in the dark playcenter. Six metro Atlanta locations; Midtown and Sandy Springs locations currently closed.
This eco-friendly playground features obstacle courses, slides, basketball, dodgeball, a rock-climbing wall and more, as well as a separate toddler area. Atlanta and Peachtree Corners.
This entertainment center has inflatables, slides, mini bowling, a parent lounge and more. McDonough.
Trampoline Parks in Atlanta
Jump on the Mad Maxx super trampoline, try out the zipline, climb on the bouldering wall, challenge each other to the Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course and more. Kennesaw.
Attractions include trampolines, dodgeball, Warped Wall challenges and more. Marietta.
With slides, sports, tunnels, swings, trampolines and more, this exciting play park has something for kids of all ages. Buford.
Jump on trampolines, play dodgeball or slamball, balance on the slackline or fidget ladder and more with a designated area for smaller kids. Fayetteville, Gainesville, Suwanee and Stone Mountain.
Jump in the tumbling lanes or foam pit, make game winning dunks or play supreme dodgeball while the younger kids play in their own Toddler World. Kennesaw.
Learn new tricks with Launch Pad, flip on the Tumble Traks, conquer The Challenger Ninja Course, joust in the Battle Bit and more. New Atlanta location coming soon. Cumming.
This fun park has trampolines, a Ninja Warrior Course, a net maze, go karts, a bowling alley and more. Peachtree Corners.
Jump around in the open arena, maintain balance while trying to knock down opponents on the X-Beam, try the art of aerial silks, conquer the Ninja Challenge Course and more. Buford and Smyrna.
Kids can challenge themselves and each other with Skyslam, dodgeball, Skyjoust, Skyladder, Parkour Blox and more as they jump, play, bounce and fly. Roswell and McDonough.
Enjoy trampolines, the Sky Rider indoor coaster, a virtual reality battle, ropes course, climbing walls and more, and there’s a specific area for ages 7 and younger. Lawrenceville, McDonough and Newnan.
With rock climbing walls, a ninja course, virtual reality centers, morning Toddler Takeovers and Cosmic Nights parties, this trampoline park offers fun for kids of all ages. Marietta.
This trampoline park has a ninja course, warped wall, trampolines, dodgeball, foam pit, Xglow Lounge every Friday and Saturday and a toddler only time. Johns Creek.
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—Elsa Simcik and Emily Webb contributed to this article.