Wednesday’s & Friday’s 10:00am to 12:00pm (some holidays excluded)
Special jump time for toddlers (children 6 years and younger). No need to worry about the big kids as this program is restricted to allow the little jumpers a fun time.Springs Trampoline Park has the best place for indoor toddler activities. Kids can bounce on trampolines, jump in inflatables, and pedal cars from 10:00am to 12:00pm on Wednesday’s and Friday’s at a great rate. For safety and interaction 1 parent is allowed to accompany the child on the trampolines. We highly encourage this interaction for the toddlers motor skill development.
$9 for jumper and 1 free adult and siblings are $6.
Main Court Trampolines, 3 Inflatable Bounce Houses, 4 Pedal Cars to play with
Two Days a Week Starting in September 2017
- Kids Play Time ages 6 and under
Wednesday’s Friday’s September 1, 2017 10-12pm September 6, 2017 10-12pm September 8, 2017 10-12pm September 13, 2017 10-12pm September 15, 2017 10-12pm September 20, 2017 10-12pm September 22, 2017 10-12pm September 27, 2017 10-12pm September 29, 2017 10-12pm
FRIDAY’S 10:00am to 12:00pm (some holidays excluded)
Parents can be active with child or relax and surf the free WIFI. We will have facilitators on courts ensuring safety and fun for the kids. Kids 6 and under can play on the main court which is comprised of 37 trampolines connected to create a playground for toddlers! Springs Trampoline Park is the perfect place for kids to burn off their energy during the cold months in Colorado Springs. Our 31,00 square foot facility is heated and provides a fun play center for them to jump, bounce, and play.
Come for an hour or arrive at 10:00am for a full 2 hours of fun.
Using Facebook events page, you can share the activity with your friends and make it a play-date. Visit our Facebook page to select the date you want to attend. Click Here During Toddler Time we allow small soft balls on our main court for the kids to work on their motor skills by rolling and bouncing the balls. We also encourage parents to sit. lay, and play interactively with their child to connect with them.