It seems like trampoline parks are popping up all over the Seattle area. And with each new opening, a parent smiles knowing their energetic kiddo has a brand new spot to bounce off the walls that’s not in the living room. Whether you and the kids are training to become the next American Ninja Warrior or just looking for a place to burn off some steam, these indoor adventure parks are a great afternoon outing for kids of all ages. Read on to find a new favorite indoor play spot.

New Spots to Know

Flying Squirrel

Marcella M. via Yelp

With one of the best company names out there, Flying Squirrel Sports in Everett opened a few months ago. They call it a “spring-loaded, urban playground like you’ve never seen before,” and they're right. Beyond the wall-to-wall trampolines, families can challenge each other on the battle beam, dunk hoops together like they're pro ballers, spring off the air track, balance on the slack lines and generally get their bounce on. When you've worked up an appetite, swing by the Drey Bar and Café where you'll find a full menu of pizza (including gluten-free), drinks and treats. We love that there's a special spot for tots here (and pricing too). Littles will spend hours climbing, jumping and rolling around toddler soft play park. One thing is for sure, they'll nap after a visit to this new venue.

Park perk: If the kids need a change of pace, check out the on-site indoor mini golf course and arcade. 

Cost: $16-26; $11/hr, toddlers
Hours: Mon., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Tue.-Thu., 3-9 p.m.; Fri, 3-9 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-9 p.m.

1325 S.E. Everett Mall Way, Suite A
Everett, WA  98208

Catapult Adventure Park

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Another new kid on the block, Catapult Adventure Park might be the grand daddy of all on our list. This mega-size location offers 18 different experiences, some that are familiar and some that are totally new. Inflatables are the name of the game here with everything from the Launch Zone to the Ninja Cat Course to Mt. Catapult and the Leaping Leopard. But you'll also find ball pits, tornado twirls and oversized slides that set this park apart. We're loving Tube-Topia that mixes everything you love about winter tubing but without the snow. Rock climbing walls, zip lines and open courts that invite everyone to jump will tire the kids out whenever you visit. They'll be bouncing from one spot to the next. All you have to do is keep up.

Park perk: Fuel up with pizzas, wings, cheesy bread sticks or sweets on site.

Good to know: There are some height restriction on a few of the attractions. Kids must be at least 42" tall to try the Cat Walk, Cliffhanger, Tube-Topia and Flying Leopard. Also there's an $8 spectator fee if you don't want to jump but still need to hang with the kids.

Cost: $12-$25
Hours: Mon.-Thu., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun. noon-9 p.m.

35025 Enchanted Pkwy. S.
Federal Way, WA 98003

The Air House Adventure Park

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The Air House

The Air House begins with a main court featuring 2,000 feet of trampolines and thousands more fun activities. Activities range from bouldering walls and a laser tag arena to your favorite trampoline park regulars. You’ll also finds log rolls, jousting on the battle beams, a racing zip line and the Valo Jump (think Dance Dance Revolution meets trampoline park). We know your kids will be most impressed (and challenged by) the Wipeout. Inspired from the hit TV obstacle course series of the same name, kids will fall over laughing trying to avoid being knocked off this spot. While walk-ins are welcome, we recommend that you purchase tickets ahead of time. Groups are allowed to play every 15 minutes. Sorry, no outside food can be brought inside, but don't worry, the GrubHouse offers 12” pizzas, sandwiches, hot dogs, fish and chips, mac and cheese and more to satiate hungry tummies.

Park perk: The Softplay area designed for kids 48" and under. It's a multi-level climbing structure where kids can play safely under a parent's watchful eye.

Cost: $8-$30 (Airhouse grip socks are required and are sold separately.)
Hours: Wed.-Thu., 5-8 p.m.; Fri., 4-9 p.m., Sat., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m.

1101 Outlet Collection Way, #1275
Auburn, WA 98002

Cool Spots That Are Always a Hit


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DEFY has taken over Seattle with four locations and a keen eye for planning. These exciting trampoline parks cater to the young and the young at heart (trust us). While each spot has its own unique flair and wicked wall art, families can always count on a fantastic array of trampolines, including wall tramps, air tracks and dodgeball courts. Skills are at the center of each location too. So whether you're working on your ninja skills or your aerial trick skills, kids will find what they need here in the form of launch pads, trapeze bars and cloud swings. Your kids will have a blast trying new circus tricks at every unique play station. Think this park is just for big kids? Think again, check the calendar for Kids Jump, where Littles ages 6 and under get the whole park to themselves so they can bounce without worrying, and so can you.

Park perk: DEFY Nights are a great way to add a little flair to your typical evening routine. Blacklights shine a whole new light on the jumping experience after dark. 

Cost: $13-$26

DEFY Seattle
455 Andover Park E.
Tukwila, WA 98188

Hours: Mon.-Thu., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

DEFY Tacoma
1680 S. Mildred St.
Tacoma, WA 98465

Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

DEFY Olympia
7960 Center St. S.W.
Olympia, WA 98501

Hours: Mon.-Thu., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat. 10 .m.-11 p.m.; Sun. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

DEFY Silverdale
2222 N.W. Bucklin Hill Rd. 100
Silverdale, WA 98383

Hours: Mon. 11-a.m.-7 p.m.; Tue. 10:45 a.m.-7 p.m.; Wed-Thu. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.


Elevated Sportz

Elevated Sportz via Yelp

One of Seattle's OG trampoline parks, Bothell's Elevated Sportz has been entertaining families since they opened almost a decade ago. When it's raining outside, or your kids just need a change of scenery, bring them here to experience 10,000 sq. ft. of trampolines, dodgeball courts, foam pits and ninja courses. While we know the Littles will swoon over the Kidz Adventure play area, rumor has it, big kids love this spot too. It's four stories of ball pits, slides, tunnels, bridge and mazes that'll keep them climbing all afternoon. The great thing about this park is its variety. Kids can choose trampolines, Kidz Adventure or a combo of both, depending on your kiddo's age and the time you've got to play. The park’s iJump Café is also elevated from others, offering a large menu of sharable snacks, burgers, quesadillas, salads and more.

Park perk: For a new twist, try the Laser Maze (starting at $3 for one mission). It's a chance for kids to play spy (or maybe ninja?) as they work their way through the dense laser forest. Will they have the wit and speed to get through in time? You'll have to play to find out.  

Cost: $16-$26
Hours: Mon., 11- a.m.-7 p.m.; Tue. & Wed., 3-7 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

18311 Bothell Everett Hwy., #140
Bothell, WA 98012

Vertex Arena

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In our ever-changing world, Vertex Arena wants to be a beacon of hope. A place that connects kids through the power of play, offering a space that is appealing to the eye, whether you are five or 55. Located in Redmond, Vertex Arena offers a little bit of everything with their mix of indoor trampoline park attractions. You'll find lots of trampolines, sure, but you'll also find air basketball, battle beams and a ninja course to tackle (some of these attractions have height restrictions). Big kids can try their hand at Nerf Tag (ages 8 & up) or Arrow Tag (ages 12 & up), while most kids can enjoy the head-to-head-competition of dodgeball (ages 5 & up). The Sideline Social Restaurant and Bar offers a full menu (probably the best on our list) of appetizers, sliders, chicken wings, salads, pizza, cheeseburgers, chicken strips, fish and chips and fantastic-sounding desserts.

Park perk: Check out the new pinball and arcade center that recently opened. 

Good to know: The popular KidVenture play area is currently unavailable.

Cost: $17-$30
Hours: Wed., 2-7 p.m.; Thu., 3-7 p.m.; Fri., 3-8 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

10700 231st Way N.E., #100
Redmond, WA  98053

Pump It Up

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In Kirkland, Pump It Up is known as the original indoor inflatable party venue. Although you won’t find traditional trampolines here, there are still plenty of obstacles to climb in, jump on, slide down and generally bounce around on. In fact, when it comes to bouncing around with younger kids, this venue is one of the best. Both the Kirkland and Lynnwood locations are currently offering Pre-K jump sessions for preschoolers and toddlers. And kids of all ages get a kick out of the All Ages Open Jumps. Hours for both vary by location and change weekly. The upside? They're both taking online reservations, so you can plan ahead for an afternoon of off the wall fun with your stir crazy crew. Psst... Family Jump Night is back at both locations. Check the online schedules to plan your next family outing. 

Park perk: Pump It Up has long been a reliable indoor birthday party spot for kids. Both locations offer birthday party packages for 10-25 kids, and are available every day from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Prices start at $240 for 10 kids. What could be easier?

Cost: $8-$10
Hours: vary by location and week

11605 N.E. 116th St.
Kirkland, WA 98034

18027 Highway 99, Suite J
Lynnwood, WA  98037

Good to Know:

1. Currently, everyone over the age of five is being asked to wear a mask. Don’t leave home without it.

2. Socks are required at all locations. Left them at home? You can buy a pair at the park.

3. Many of these trampoline parks require signed waivers for kids to play, and most have an online option so you can sign before you’re even through the door. It’s a great way to save time when your kids are anxious to play.

4. Most venues offer membership packages that could save your family a heap of cash if you think multiple visits are in your future.

5. Every location on this list offers birthday party packages. So if an indoor birthday bash is on your kiddo’s wish list, any of these spots will be happy to help.

—Jeffery Totey


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