We were invited to find out what’s in store for families at the new Jump In Trampoline Park in Enfield. Both of my boys had a really fantastic time and they didn’t want to leave. Take a look at this video of our visit to Jump In Enfield.
Overall I was really impressed with the new Jump In Trampoline Park in Enfield. Everywhere we went inside was bright, really clean and the staff were smiling, friendly and happy to help a complete novice like me! The staff in the trampoline arena were also really vigilant and quick to advise on safety.
We were jumping with a 2 year old and a 5 year old. During peak times (like weekends) children under 5 years old are limited to the Mini Jump Area which has 6 small trampolines for children (adults aren’t allowed to jump on these trampolines). There were also lots of bean bags and plastic balls to play with and a fabric tunnel to crawl through. We were almost the only family using the Mini Jump Area so it was big enough for an hour’s entertainment for a 2 year old. Just be aware that if you are only taking a child under 5 years old at peak times then you are restricted as to where you can go, to help keep everyone safe. Off peak toddler sessions are available so these are worth looking into for children under 5 years old.
Children aged 4 years old and above can use the Free Jump Area in peak times so we were also able to explore the huge expanse of trampolines in the main arena. There are so many trampolines to choose from it is hard to decide. We ended up bouncing up and down the rows. No flips or tricks here I’m afraid – the most dangerous move I managed was a seat drop.
If you want to add some variety to your jump session then you can try Dodge Ball, pretend you are from 90’s tv hit show Gladiators on the Battle Beam (think pugil sticks and helmets), flip or flop onto the Giant Air Bag, or leap into the Foam Pit. There is a lot here if you want to try everything in a one hour jump session – they were even opening the Trapeze as we were leaving!
After all that bouncing about we needed to sit down with a cold drink. There is a small cafe on the ground floor with a few tables and chairs. We ventured upstairs to the viewing platform where we easily found somewhere to sit. I didn’t see a lift so I’m not sure if there is one to the viewing platform.
An hour was enough time for us to bounce. If it isn’t fully booked they can offer the chance to jump for a reduced price for a second hour, so if you want to add an extra hour to your session ask at the reception. Thank you Jump In Enfield, we really enjoyed our visit and it’s great to have another new place within a reasonable drive to add to our ‘things to do’ list.
Top Tips for a visit to Jump In Trampoline Park in Enfield
- Don’t rely on your Sat Nav to get you there! After an interesting drive around some side streets we did find Jump In, but next time we go it is much easier to turn off the main highway at the Travel Lodge.
- The lockers are small and only take shoes and a small handbag or purse, so don’t take loads of bags with you – there is nowhere to put them.
- Keep hold of your special jump socks so you can use them to jump again. If you don’t look after them you will have to buy new socks next time you visit Jump In.
- We visited at 10.30am on a Sunday in February and it was fairly quiet. If you have young children try and find out when the quieter times are as if you jump in peak time under 5’s are restricted to the Mini Jump Area only.
- The car park is fairly small but we saw signs advising that you can also park in the car park for the Travel Lodge which is a short walk away, so if you can’t find a space head for the Travel Lodge.
- There isn’t a buggy park and I would say that this isn’t really a baby friendly activity. The Mini Jump Area is from 1 years old and above but you really need to be walking to get the most out of it. If you are going at peak times (like weekends) then this is a great place for children 4 years old and above. For children under 5 years old take a look at the weekday toddler sessions.
Disclosure: This post was brought to you in association with Jump In Trampoline Park in Enfield.