Guide To Trampoline Parks in LA & OC

Guide To Trampoline Parks in LA & OC
(credit: Sky Zone)

(credit: Sky Zone)

Though they’ve been around since the 1950s, indoor trampoline parks really made their way back into vogue five years ago. Today there are multiple locations (most are franchises) scattered around Los Angeles and Orange County.
 
What exactly is a trampoline park? Imagine a basketball court covered with trampolines on the ground and on the wall that is extremely fun to play in. With spring loaded frames (which are covered with safety pads), the here idea is that you can literally bounce off the walls, do tricks, and get a work-out in. We’ve scoured LA to find you the best ones to get your bounce on.

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(credit: Sky Zone)

(credit: Sky Zone)

Sky Zone
7741 Hayvenhurst Ave
Van Nuys, CA
(818) 946-0054
Additional Locations in Glendale, Torrance and in Orange County
www.skyzone.com

With locations throughout Southern California including Torrance, Glendale, Van Nuys and elsewhere, Sky Zone is by far one of the most popular trampoline parks. Dominating the trampoline park industry, they have a total of 12 locations in California alone and offer one of the best settings to bounce off the wall (literally). Touted as the “world’s first indoor trampoline park,” activities here include everything from aerobics, dodgeball and a dunking zone where folks can practice their dunks with assistance of a powerful trampoline. The focus here is on fun fitness which combines a great workout with activities that won’t make you feel as if you’ve done one. The massive complex also offers you the chance to flip and land in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes. It’s the perfect spot for those who want to feel weightless as they jump and catch their thrills.

(credit: Get Air Surf City)

(credit: Get Air Surf City)

Get Air Surf City
5142 Argosy Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
(714) 916-5815
www.getairsurfcity.com

Featuring thousands of square feet of trampoline real estate, Get Air Surf City in Huntington Beach tops our list for good reason. With a huge variety of activities to choose from, it is the perfect spot to bring kids or if you’re a big kid at heart. Bounce around on their massive trampolines where you can review your jumps afterwards using their video recording cameras, play a game of pick-up dodgeball or against friends as you leap to avoid the balls, jump into Get Air’s ultimate foam pits and play ‘Slam Ball,’ where dunking a ball in the basketball hoop just got a lot easier thanks to the lift from the trampoline. And, if you’re a kid under 46″, Get Air has their very own section reserved for little ones who also want to join in on the fun. For fun that the whole family can enjoy, family night happens every Monday at 5pm where families of four get a special rate for an hour of jumping.

(credit: Sky High)

(credit: Sky High)

Sky High Sports
6033 De Soto Ave
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
(818) 346-6300
www.jumpskyhigh.com

The name says it all. If you’re ready to jump sky high and experience some activities not found at other trampoline spots around the city, then this is the perfect place for you. In addition to the main trampoline area where you’ll get a chance to bounce around, Sky High Sports, which has locations throughout Southern California, also offers a rope swing area, and a basketball dunk section. For more fun, you’ll want to try your hand out at Dodgeball, where you can either play with friends or join a pick up game. While the regular form of dodgeball is fun, jumping around on a trampoline while playing is on another level (literally). If you have little ones, you need not worry too. Sky High Sports offers an area designated just for toddlers. Want to get some exercise that’s actually fun too? AIR-obics is their low impact, fat-burning exercise which works to improve balance and coordination by doing all the routines on the trampolines. Consiting of moves from many different workout activities, it might leave you breathless, but it will be exciting and will be the most effective cardio routine you’ll do in a long time. It’s the perfect workout for any skill level and will improve upon your strength and leave you feeling lean. Sky High Sports also offers special birthday rates, so next time you need a place to celebrate, come by and bounce with friends.

(credit: Tommy C./Yelp)

(credit: Tommy C./Yelp)

Jump 5150
28381 Constellation Rd
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
(661) 295-5997
www.jump5150.com

Like the other venues across LA, Jump 5150 offers a chance for you to jump and bounce to your hearts desire on their trampolines. In addition, they offer Dodgeball, so if you’re in the mood to throw some balls, leap and jump around, while you avoid the other team, Jump 5150 has you covered. It is also a perfect spot for your next birthday or event as they will take care of all of your needs. With two party packages to choose from, they can be modified to fit any budget. So, the next time you need to celebrate, Jump 5150 can not only handle the fun, but will also set you up with a birthday cake and cupcakes.

(credit: Big Air Trampoline Park)

(credit: Big Air Trampoline Park)

Big Air Trampoline Park
23251 Avenida De La Carlota
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
(949) 305-9788
www.bigairusa.com

With locations in Orange County, Big Air Trampoline Park has 17,000 square feet of jumping surfaces, complete with dodgeball and slam dunk courts, and more. One thing is for sure though: Big Air takes the Trampoline Park to the next level with “The Bullpen”. Their newest attraction will put your core to the limit as you ride an electronic bull. In addition, they offer “The Wall,” an intense course where you can test your climbing skills, “The Pit,” where you launch through the air into a massive foam pit, “Battlebeam,” where you’re able to challenge friends to a one on one jousting battle while you try and stay in balance over a pit of foam, as well as an area for dunking and more. Big Air also offers an area for toddlers.

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