Can anyone recommend a trampoline park from personal experience, please?

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stealthsquiggle Tue 30-Aug-16 12:13:05

DD (will be 10) has her heart set on a trampoline park party. There are none very local to us (West Mids) so we will be travelling a bit anyway - and now I am confusing myself with the various websites.

Can anyone comment/recommend/warn me off BoingZone, Airspace, JumpNation or any others? Please??

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Hockeydude Tue 30-Aug-16 12:33:17

Airhop in Bristol is the biggest and has the biggest variety of zones. Everyone I know who's been there has loved it.

DubiousCredentials Tue 30-Aug-16 12:46:05

We have attended kids parties at Jumptastic in Gloucester and it was fab. Pizza from the Dominoes nearby for party food. Easy to get too from the M5 and loads of parking as it is next to a retail park.

stealthsquiggle Tue 30-Aug-16 13:42:37

Ooh. Thank you both. I was about to come back and add Jumptastic to the list, and have now added Airhop as well.

Is it worth getting the party package including pizza rather than feeding them separately? Reviews seem to differ..

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DubiousCredentials Tue 30-Aug-16 16:31:25

When we have been the food has just appeared in the party room so presumably has been bought as part of the party deal. Then candles and cake after. The party was 2hrs in total including a 20min briefing at the start. Word of warning though - all the parents have to sign a huge disclaimer form beforehand basically saying if your child breaks their arm/leg/neck/dies it is all their own fault grin

Honeyandfizz Tue 30-Aug-16 16:32:28

There's one in Walsall & Tamworth. Have taken my 2 dc to the Walsall one & they loved it.

Hockeydude Tue 30-Aug-16 16:37:13

I haven't had a party there but personally I think it's less stress just to do the party package as they will sit the kids at the table for you, do the pizza, do the cake (that you presumably bring). Critically they will have jug after jug of drink! If you just take a bunch of kids, you'll be begged for several litres of fluid straight away!


stealthsquiggle Tue 30-Aug-16 16:44:02

I have been thinking about the food thing - you do pay over the odds for what is quite clearly declared as pizza delivery, but for my own sanity I think not having to transfer 10 children and all their possessions from one place to another (unlikely to be any parents there as it's too far from home - numbers will be limited to how many DH and I can transport between us), or provide gallons of water/squash would probably be worth it.

Honeyandfizz - is the Walsall one you have been to JumpNation? Do you know what their party facilities are like (other than what is on the website)?

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