I recently took my kids to a trampoline park for the first time and my oldest son loudly proclaimed, “THIS IS THE BEST DAY OF MY LIFE!” I was a little hesitant about trying a trampoline park until my kids were older, and now that they’re 7 and 3, I felt confident they could enjoy the entire experience. They have both been begging me to go back so we plan to explore some of the other options in town.
As one of the top destinations in the world for family entertainment, it’s no surprise that Central Florida has plenty of trampoline parks to choose from. While they may be primarily branded for their trampolines, most have way more than just that, with plenty of activity stations for kids of various ages.
Alternatively, if your kiddos are quite ready for a trampoline adventure, Monkey Joe’s is a good alternative with inflatable play areas and other soft features. There are two locations, Winter Park and Pointe Orlando – one of our favorite indoor places for kids in Orlando.
Trampoline Parks in Orlando
1810 Rinehart Rd. Sanford, FL 32771
2703 W Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee, FL 34741
$30 (2 hour pass)
Located near the Seminole Towne Center Mall in Sanford, there are over 30,000 square feet of fun activities at Altitude, including a rock climbing wall, lava pit, foam pit, basketball, interactive trampoline game, dodgeball, battle beam, trapeze swing and wipeout. If you plan to go frequently, it’s worth looking into a membership, which is only $10 a month. You can also bring two friends on your buddy pass for $10.
You do need Altitude’s safety socks to play, and those can be purchased upon entry. Altitude has plenty of snacks and drinks to purchase, including pizza. If you’re planning to go on the weekend with your little ones, I recommend getting there earlier in the day to avoid the older kid crowd. The $30 pass covers your child for 2 hours, and there is an additional fee for parents. General admission prices vary by age and day.
8010 W. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32818
$26 (90-minute pass)
DEFY Orlando provides hours of fun for kids of all ages. Activities include basketball, battle beam, dodgeball, ninja course, parkour, stunt fall, zipline and trapeze. Food is available for purchase here and you will need DEFY safety socks to jump, which you can purchase upon entry.
For $26 a month, you can snag a membership to receive unlimited jump time on weekdays and 2 hours on the weekend. General admission prices vary by age and day.
474 S Hunt Club Blvd. Apopka, FL 32703
$25 (2 hour pass)
Rebounderz is one of the most popular adventure parks in town. Check out the playground, climbing walls, ninja warrior course, jump xtreme tower and gauntlet space climb. You must wear Rebounderz safety socks, which can be purchased upon entry.
Your ticket includes everything except a few of the premium activities like the virtual reality game and free fall.
For $11 a month, the membership permits 1-hour of admission daily. If you have little ones under 7, you might want to check out the Munchkin N’ Me Program every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-3pm. The park is reserved exclusively for that younger age group to play at a slower pace.
2510 S Highway 27, Clermont, FL 34711
$28 (2 hour pass)
Get ready for all kinds of fun at this unique active entertainment park. Attractions at Sky Zone include ninja warrior course, drop slide, sky ladder, foam zone and freestyle slam. General admission prices vary by age and day, however, you might consider the membership. For $25 a month, you can enjoy 90 minutes of jump time any time you go.
Sky Zone safety socks are required and can be purchased upon entry. This location offers plenty of food and beverage options as well.
1150 Emma Oaks Trail, #100, Lake Mary, FL 32746
$27 (2 hour pass)
Known as the world’s largest indoor obstacle park, Planet Obstacle was created by two Cirque du Soleil veterans to help kids learn about fitness and to connect with others.
This 50,000-square-foot park is located in Lake Mary and is open for business Tuesday through Sunday. In addition to traditional trampoline jumping, activities include ropes course, bumper cars, rock climbing, foam pits, vertical slide and spider wall.
General admission prices vary by day. Planet Obstacle safety socks are required and can be purchased upon entry. The most expensive membership of this list, Planet Obstacle has a monthly pass for $80 for children 5 years and up. The Sky Café also offers plenty of food and beverage options for purchase.
Featured Image Credit: Planet Obstacle