The Best Trampoline Parks

The best trampoline parks in the East of England. Fun days out for children. Climbing walls, soft play and indoor activities. 

Visit trampoline parks, obstacle courses and climbing walls and get active as a family.

Trampoline parks in Bedfordshire 

Orbital Trampoline Park in Luton is larger than 10 tennis courts, so there’s going to be plenty of room to bounce. There’s more than just jumping at this trampoline park with features such as Ninja Warrior, Gladiator Beans, a five Lane Foam Pit and much more; everyone will enjoy a visit!

Twinwoods Adventure in Bedford is perfect for children from age five upwards to adults. With over 20 different routes from four different climbing stations, there are plenty of challenges for everyone. Race your family and friends to the top!

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Indoor climbing walls and trampoline parks in Cambridgeshire 

Make a beeline for Xtreme 360 Trampoline Park in St Neots for some bouncing fun. With an interconnecting bed of trampolines, angled walls and soft launch platforms, everyone from beginners to more experienced kids and adults can enjoy a visit. For a little extra fun, why not try battling your family or friends on the jousting beam? They also have sessions daily just for toddlers, so head on over with the tots for some fun.

Rainbow Rocket in central Cambridge is a great place to head to if you are new to climbing or bouldering. As this is a big wall, it’s only recommended for children aged eight and above, but they’ll happily show your pre-teens and teens how to tackle a wall and grow in confidence quickly.

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Indoor trampoline parks in Essex 

Jump Street Essex should definitely be added to your must-visit list. Boasting the largest activity centre in the UK, they have two trampoline parks in Essex. One in Chelmsford and one in Colchester. There are a whopping 300 trampolines, a clip and climb centre and over 4,000 square feet of soft play. Jump freestyle with the family or test your metal on the gravity defying wall.

Climbing walls in Hertfordshire 

Air Space in Stevenage has a huge freestyle jumping area which everyone can enjoy, a specialist performance trampoline area for those who want to perfect their skills, a mega airbag, trampoline dodgeball and much more.

The XC in Hemel boasts a 60 x 14m climbing wall for any daredevils out there. The wall is divided into different sections for everyone from complete beginners through to advanced climbers. There are plenty of different activities on offer, so everyone will leave happy.

Clip n Climb and trampoline parks in Suffolk 

Clip N’ Climb Ipswich has some of the highest walls in Europe and has over 42 different challenges available, so there’s something for everyone in the family. You don’t need any prior knowledge.

Bounce in Ipswich has everything you could wish for from a trampoline park. Plenty of room to bounce around freestyle, extra activities and classes for children and adults alike.

The best climbing walls in Norfolk

The High Altitude Park in Norwich has huge wall trampolines all connected together to create a great big base to jump on. Angled trampolines form the sides which means you can literally bounce off the walls in this place.

High Ball Norwich is the largest climbing wall in the county. Pop along and join in one of their ‘pay as you go’ fun sessions. Catch the bug for climbing and bouldering? Then don’t worry there are plenty of supervised classes and groups for everyone from 4 years up.

 

 

 

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