A ninja obstacle course is a special feature at the new-and-improved Launch parks.
A ninja obstacle course is a special feature at the new-and-improved Launch parks.

Bigger, Better Launch Opens in Framingham: Trampolines, Ninja Obstacle Course, Laser Tag, and More

Big news for little Boston bouncers: There's a new indoor play area on the block! Launch Entertainment and Action Park just opened in Metrowest Boston, and it's a bigger, better version of other local Launch trampoline parks (which are planning expansions of their own to follow suit). Covering over 21,000 square feet in Framingham, this new-look Launch features a ninja obstacle course, laser tag, a "battle beam" arena, an indoor zipline, and a real restaurant—all along with their signature wall-to-wall trampoline fun. We got the inside scoop on this foam-filled fun zone, which is taking reservation for indoor birthday parties, too.

New Ways to Play

The Framingham Launch location is the first of the newly rebranded Entertainment and Action Parks in Massachusetts, and there are plans to open another new location in Woburn as well as update all local parks by the end of 2020. While the park includes all the bouncy fun you know and love—wall-to-wall trampolines, tumble tracks, dodgeball, and slam-dunk basketball—Framingham is the first Massachusetts location to get a major upgrade, adding tons of new ways to play! Here are some highlights:

The Challenger: If your little ones are up for the challenge, try out this ninja warrior course. Ninjas-in-training can climb, balance, and scale obstacles, which cater to various ages and levels. 

Slackline: The perfect activity to practice balance, kids can walk a tight rope across a foam pit. It's just as much fun to make it across as it is to fall off! 

Battle Pit: For more foam pit fun, have a friendly jousting match on a battle beam where one wrong step sends you to a cushy fall.

Joust your way to victory on the Battle Beam.

Launch Pad: Got a little daredevil on your hands? Let them become a stuntman for the day and show of their moves as they fall onto a big bag of air.

Indoor Playground: For the littlest of movers, shakers, and climbers who may not be quite ready for the big leagues yet, this Launch location has a complete playground inside designed for younger kids. 

Arcade: While other locations also have arcades, Framingham has the most up-to-date models for your little gamers. 

Fury Laser Tag: If you want an extra challenge, step inside the game and try your skills at laser tag.

Fresh, homemade pizza is a draw at Krave.

Refuel at Krave 

Even the food is new and improved at the Framingham Launch Entertainment and Action Park: Krave Restaurant, located right inside the park, serves up fresh, homemade pizzas and salads that are made to order.

Save some room for dessert because Krave also has a killer dessert bar, featuring sweet treats and a build your own ice cream sundae section. You can choose whether or not to pass this tidbit along to your kiddies, but the sundaes come with unlimited toppings.

Know Before You Go...

  • You can pay for just an hour of bouncing starting at $19 and add on activities as you go or purchase a package if you plan on doing more attractions. Different packages include laser tag, pizza, arcade cards, and more. 
  • You must wear Launch grippy socks inside ($3/pair).
  • You must sign a waiver to play. Save time and sign your waiver and purchase tickets online before you go. 
  • Check out their calendar for special events, including monthly toddler times and sensory-friendly hours. 

 

Photos courtesy of Launch Trampoline Park