Trampoline Park Las Vegas is the desert’s newest family-friendly attraction

Get ready to jump for joy at Get ready to jump for joy at Trampoline Park LV. Located on the Southwest side of the city, near 215 and Rainbow, this indoor attraction is family-friendly fun for all ages. Whether you’re planning a celebration, ending a season or just needing a break from the office, you’ve come to the right place.

Thanks to 411 Mama’s, I won two free passes to enjoy the park! My husband was so excited to go and was even more excited when we arrived. Trampoline Park LV is more than just hopping around.

The park has multiple attractions including an open jump area, Dodgeball, Slam Dunk Zone, arcade games, slides, rock climbing, an obstacle course and more! They even have a toddler zone perfect for little ones! It’s a small section just off the main jumping area so little ones can play. Next to that lives a trampoline slide and mini slackline – both equipped with foam pits.

One of the coolest parts of the place was the free fall section. Basically, there are two trampolines that launch into a stuntman like landing pad. At first, I was super hesitant about jumping. I had to watch a couple little kids go first because I mustered up the courage to try. Once I did, I kept coming back for more. My husband and I took several slow-mo videos here too!

After jumping all around, we both decided to exert our last energy on the rock-climbing wall. Never before have I ever tried an indoor rock wall. Lucky for me, this one was kid-friendly so there were lots of easy tracks to follow. I got harnessed in and chose to attempt the medium level wall. There was a guy next to me attempting a similar path that kept me pretty motivated to make it to the top. But let me tell you, indoor rock-climbing is not a simple task, especially in socks with no gloves or chalk.

woman in front of rock climbing wall

Still, I was determined. It felt like I used every muscle in my body to make it to the top. It was a breeze climbing halfway up. Then, the hand and foot handles started spreading out. I really had to use by brain to figure out a way up the second half of the mountain. Honestly, I almost gave up. My fingers were screaming, and I could feel little beads of sweat on my eyebrows. Down below, my husband and some of the other adults were cheering me one. I knew I couldn’t give up after making it this far, so I pulled myself up the last bit of way, rang the buzzer and glided back down to the ground. I even got to sign my name on the completion wall for everyone to see!

woman in front of chalk wall

Trampoline Park LV is a great place to spend time with the family. All summer long, you’ll find fun events to escape the heat. Mark your calendars for their Dance Night or get registered for Summer Camp! Daily jump prices start at $9 and socks are $3 if you need them.

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