No. Regular socks are a hazard. They are too slippery on the trampoline surface, and wearing nothing at all is unsanitary. The designated jumping socks enhance the jumping experience and make for a much safer fun time.
Reservations are not required, but it is best to plan ahead to ensure you get the jump time you prefer. Weekends and holidays are very busy and can sell out well in advance. Tickets can be purchased on line. For larger groups, call in advance to reserve jump time.
Just Jump does not allow outside food and beverages. Our snack bar has a variety of snacks and drinks that will be satisfactory to all guests. For parties and large events, we allow outside food for a $25 fee. We also work with local food vendors to ensure quality catering. For birthday parties and other celebrations, outside cakes and cookies are allowed to make the party unique and special for the guest of honor.
No. Just Jump is designed for the youngest to the most mature jumper. We have a Kiddie Jump area for the smallest of guests, designed specific for their safety and entertainment and the peace of mind of their caregiver. We recommend that you stretch before jumping, and only do tricks that are well within your physical limitations and capabilities.
No. Your signed waiver will be on file for one year from the date of signing. We prefer you take the time to read and sign the waiver online prior to visiting Just Jump. A waiver station is onsite, but it is important to arrive earlier than your jump time to ensure there is adequate time to do this without interrupting your jump time. Assistance is available for anyone who struggles with the use of the computer system.
Discounts are available for groups and special events. Check our web site regularly for more information or follow us on Facebook and Instagram for real-time updates!
We recommend that you wear athletic clothes, as you will be jumping and moving around a lot. Clothing items with protruding objects, such as decorative buttons on jeans, are not permitted. They may cause damage to the trampolines. It is important to empty pockets of all items, especially keys and cell phones, and remove all loose jewelry. It is best to leave these items at home or in your car to ensure they are not lost.
Charges are only applied to those using the park amenities. We offer a comfortable mezzanine viewing for those not jumping to enjoy our big screen TVs or to watch over those they brought to the park.
Due to the construction of the trampolines and safety concerns, the maximum weight for jumpers is 275-300 pounds.
There is a risk of injury in anything you do, from waking up in the morning and rolling out of bed, to driving your car to work. Fortunately, the most common injuries at a trampoline park are bruise and burns. Only .02% of injuries in the US are from trampolines. Although the rate is low, it is important to keep in mind that your safety is our main concern. Be careful in everything you do and follow our safety guidelines at all times.