Monday, June 23, 2014

6/23/14: Altitude Trampoline Park Fun

Today we headed over to Altitude Trampoline Park in Billerica to jump for joy that it is the last day of school!  This facility recently opened and it is an awesome place to take the kids to get some energy out over the summer.  Many friends had been waiting for them to open to have their kids Birthday parties.  We have already been to 2 parties here in the short time they have been open.
We walked in for an hour of jumping fun.  An hour costs $15 a child.  You can see all pricing here.  There is also a family jump package which is $50 for 2 adults and 2 children for an hour.  You are given a band to wear that is a color and they call out colors to let you know that the hour is up.  Plus they accept competitors coupons!  So look out for coupons in flyers that you get in the mail.
Lauren was having fun doing her jump splits.  I loved it here as it is a great way for kids to get away from the electronics and get some exercise.  Plus it will be a perfect place to visit when it is rainy outside.
Altitude Billerica measures 30,000 square feet with 15,000 square feet of interconnected wall to wall trampolines and is one of the largest in the state.  Evan thought it was pretty cool. 
Here you can see the purple non-slip socks that Lauren is wearing.  You get these at Altitude and everyone is required to wear them if they are jumping.  They cost $2 but you can reuse them for each visit.  We got them at the birthday party we attended and can just bring them back to use them.
Something I LOVE is that you fill out your waiver once and you are then covered for every visit.  You can also fill out your waiver online before you go here!  This is unlike other facilities (I won't name any names) where you need to fill one out every time.
Only one jumper per trampoline in the park.  Look at how awesome this looks!
It is a great place to practice gymnastics.
The kids were having fun racing.
There are many employees on the tracks to make sure everyone is playing safely.  They adhere to safety rules and do talk to kids if they are not following the rules.
Here you can see someone dunking in the basketball area behind.
Not only is there the huge trampoline area but there is a fun Foam Pit to jump in to.
This is always a lot of fun for the kids.
There are also cool Basketball Dunking Lanes.
Evan especially enjoyed the 3D Dodge ball!  There is an employee in their telling people they are out.
Soon they will also have a rock climbing wall and battle beam but at this time that was still being worked on.
Here you can see the birthday party area and check in desk for parties.  No outside drinks or snacks allowed however they do sell some drinks and vending machine type snacks.
The kids felt like they were flying!
What a great way to burn off some energy.  The kids felt like an hour was plenty and were pretty tired at the end.
Here is a little video of the kids having fun:
Jump in and check them out!
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Twitter: @Altitude01821
Disclosure:  I received 4 one hour passes and socks in exchange for review.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.


Jill Callinan said...

Gilda- so glad we talked today! this is fantastic!

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