Featuring a trampoline park, dedicated play area for under 12s and a special baby area – there’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy. Away from the excitement there’s space to have a coffee or snack on the mezzanine which overlooks the fun.
Visitors can jump, dive and flip in the trampoline park, where there are different areas to explore. The main jump zone features trampoline beds which are spread across the walls – perfect for leaping around with friends. Then there’s a trick zone with vaults and stuntboxes, a great mix between parkour (physical discipline of training to move over and through any terrain, using only the abilities of the body) and trampolines.
The foam pits allow thrill seekers to learn new tricks by plunging into a pool of foam cubes. Try jumping off the two dive towers into the second pit – the bravest can even try somersaults.
For bigger kids there’s an obstacle course where jumpers aged 14+ can let their competitive side shine through. There are four lanes of courses which range in difficulty – climb, slide and race to victory against the clock! Then there’s the High 9 Duo, which stretches those who try it to the limit, all whilst springing on a trampoline. Not everyone can reach the top spots and get low enough to hit the bottom pads – a great game to test your reactions.
Away from all the bouncing, there’s a two-player reaction pod without the need to jump and an aeroball game – great for testing accuracy.
For younger children there’s plenty to do in the play park. A netted zone allows little ones to bounce freely on individual trampolines, whilst the balance beams are perfect for new walkers and toddlers. There’s also a ball pool with a blow fountain in the middle – it’s smiles all round when the balls start floating.
When energy levels are starting to wane, the beach hut is a great place to go. There’s a fancy-dress box full of costumes to try on. Then head to the glow room for some quiet time – a hidden oasis with coloured lights on the walls, floor and ceiling.
Away from the big (and not so big) kids, there’s also a baby area. Here you’ll find soft flooring, blocks, wall games and a ball pit.