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Best trampoline parks in the UK: find a trampoline park near you

There’s nothing quite like a trampoline park for tiring out the kids during the school holidays. Here’s our pick of the best trampoline parks in the UK - as recommended by Mumsnetters.

By Poppy O'Neill | Last updated Apr 13, 2023

best trampoline parks UK - oxygen trampoline park

It’s hard to beat a bounce in the garden for easy, convenient and fun exercise for kids - the best trampolines provide hours of fun for kids when it's dry outside. But on rainy days and for birthday parties, a trampoline park is a great option. There are loads of brilliant indoor trampoline parks dotted around the UK, and we’ve put them all together in a handy guide to the best trampoline parks, to save you time. 

So whether you’re looking for a local bounce on a drizzly afternoon, or an activity for your UK family holiday, we’ve scoured the UK - as well as the Mumsnet talk forums - for the trampoline parks parents rate most highly. 

These are the best trampoline parks in the UK. 

1. Gravity

gravity trampoline park

Tickets: from £6 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: 18 months - adult | Ticket prices: from £6 | Sock price: £3 | Parties?: Yes


  • Birmingham
  • Castleford
  • Corby
  • Hartford
  • Edinburgh
  • Glasgow
  • Hull
  • Leeds
  • Luton
  • Maidstone
  • Milton Keynes
  • Northampton
  • Norwich
  • Stevenage
  • Wandsworth
  • Warrington

What Mumsnet users say

"Gravity trampoline park in Bluewater have a parent toddler morning times are 9 or 10 am, they play lots of fun music and no big kids jumping around scaring them." (Recommended by Mumsnetter Cuckoobananas)

Our verdict

With a huge number of locations and activities on offer, Gravity trampoline parks get the thumbs up from Mumsnetters. Facilities differ by location, but many parks offer parent and toddler sessions, SEN-friendly bounces, fitness classes and climbing walls. 

2. Air Hop

air hop trampoline park

Tickets: from £8.95 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: 6 months+ | Ticket prices: from £8.95 | Sock price: £2.50 | Parties?: Yes


  • Bristol
  • Guildford

What Mumsnet users say

"Airhop in Bristol is the biggest and has the biggest variety of zones. Everyone I know who's been there has loved it." (Loved by Mumsnet user Hockeydude

Our verdict

With minihopper sessions providing a safe and chilled out environment for children from 6 months - 6 years, as well as nightclub-style nights for adults, Airhop in Bristol and Guildford has something for everybody. 

Their SEN sessions have no music and fewer people, making them accessible to kids who might not otherwise be able to enjoy trampolining. 

3. Flip Out

flip out trampoline park

Tickets: from £8.95 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: All ages | Ticket prices: From £8.95 | Sock price: £3 | Parties?: Yes


  • Aintree
  • Ashford
  • Aylesbury
  • Basingstoke
  • Blackburn
  • Brent Cross
  • Chatham
  • Chester
  • Chichester
  • Croydon
  • Doncaster
  • Glasgow
  • Hereford
  • Hounslow
  • Lakeside Shopping Centre (Essex)
  • London E6
  • Manchester
  • Peterborough
  • Portsmouth
  • Preston
  • Rochdale
  • Rushden Lakes
  • Sandwell
  • Somerset 
  • Southampton
  • Stoke

What Mumsnet users say

"Dd went to a flip out party when she was 10 and loved it. She’s turning 12 soon and wants one!" (Recommended by Mumsnetter stclair)

Our verdict

Flipout call their warehouse venues adventure parks rather than trampoline parks - and it’s clear why when you visit one. Expect to find foam pits, soft play and obstacle courses - all accompanied by music and lights. 

4. Jump Giants

jump giants trampoline park

Tickets: from £14.75 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: 3 years+ | Ticket prices: from £14.75 | Sock price: £3 | Parties?: Yes


  • Thurrock
  • Loughborough
  • Heathrow
  • Newcastle

Our verdict 

Jump Giants parks in Loughborough, Newcastle, London, and Thurrock offer a wide range of activities that cater to all ages. Along with trampolines, visitors can enjoy basketball, battle beams, a wipeout game, and soft play areas designed for younger children. For those visiting the Newcastle park, the dodgems are a popular attraction that provides a fun experience for the entire family.

5. Oxygen Freejumping

oxygen freejumping trampoline park

Tickets: from £15.50 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: All ages (5+ for free jumping) | Ticket prices: from £15.50 | Sock price: £2.95 | Parties?: Yes


  • Acton 
  • Croydon 
  • Derby 
  • London O2
  • Wilmslow

What Mumsnet users say

"My teenage daughters love going." (Loved by Mumsnet user Eastpoint)

Our verdict

With sensory toddler sessions and quieter, Peaceful Play events - as well as UV club nights with DJs, there’s something for everyone at Oxygen Freejumping. Alongside the trampolines you’ll find soft play areas suitable for babies and toddlers.  

6. Jump In

jump in trampoline park

Tickets: from £11.75 | Find out more

Need to know

Age range: 4 years+ | Ticket prices: From £11.75 | Sock price: £3 | Parties?: Yes


  • Aberdeen
  • Camerley
  • Edinburgh
  • Elstree
  • Enfield
  • Esher
  • Ipswich
  • Shrewsbury
  • Slough
  • Warwick

Our verdict

Jump In’s tagline is “Get off your screens and onto our trampolines” and they’re very family-focused. You’ll find toddler sessions, after school deals, SEN-friendly sessions and at their Aberdeen, Enfield and Esher locations there are Clip N Climb climbing walls.

How many trampoline parks are there in the UK?

It's estimated there are over 12o trampoline parks in the UK, from chains like the ones in our round-up to stand-alone independents. 

What do I need to know before visiting a trampoline park?

  • Socks: Most trampoline parks insist on bouncers wearing branded gripper socks while using their trampolines for safety reasons. These retail at around £3, but prices vary from park to park. 
  • Booking ahead: Depending on when you're visiting, most trampoline parks take walk-in bookings. For larger parties and peace of mind, it's usually a good idea to book ahead, if you can. 
  • Waivers: You usually need to sign a legal waiver before you or your kids can bounce at a trampoline park. This means you can't sue the park if your child gets injured. Most trampoline parks will provide a safety demonstration or video before every session, so everyone stays safe. 

Are trampoline parks safe?

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) say trampoline parks are a brilliant way for families to have fun and get active together. However, in 2017 ambulances were called out to 1,181 incidents at trampoline parks across the UK – the equivalent of more than three a day.

RoSPA recommend parents ask the following questions when visiting a trampoline park: 

  • Does the park take details about you, any relevant medical issue and emergency contact information?
  • Has the park provided a safety briefing?
  • Have they checked that people understand the briefing?
  • Are the rules clearly displayed?
  • Are the rules being enforced by court monitors and staff, e.g. one person on the trampoline at time?
  • Is the park a member of the UKIATP?