Best Trampoline Parks in Los Angeles: Sky Zone, Urban Air, and More!

Dodgeball takes on new dimensions when played on a trampoline. Photo courtesy of Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Dodgeball takes on new dimensions when played on a trampoline. Photo courtesy of Sky Zone Trampoline Park
4/4/24 - By Meghan Rose

Looking for the best trampoline parks in Los Angeles and Orange County where kids can safely bounce off the walls? We found 'em, and they're perfect for rainy days, team activities, and birthday parties!

Bounce, flip, repeat. Big kids, little kids—they all like to jump. Even Mom and Dad enjoy some trampoline park exercise (though they might just prefer the trampoline park below that offers massage chairs on the sidelines). Bring a pack of kids for a birthday party, and they'll all sleep well afterward; bring an antsy one on a rainy day, and watch the mood change for the better. With sections for everything from raucous dodgeball games for big kids to tiny tot gentle bouncing play; there's a little something for every kid of every age.

For more indoor active activities, check out our roundups of the best indoor rock climbing gyms and extreme sports centers in the Los Angeles Guide To Sports Centers and Fun Zones.


Tip: Waivers are required at all locations, and you can usually sign them online before going, to save time on arrival!

kids of all ages jump and try tricks at sky zone trampoline park

Kids of all ages can jump and also celebrate birthdays at Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Photo by Meghan Rose

Sky Zone — Van Nuys, Anaheim, Torrance, Cerritos, Westminster, Covina, Thousand Oaks

This national chain is my family's go-to because there are things for kids of all ages: wall-to-wall trampolines, a dodgeball court (my son's favorite!), sky joust (my favorite!), ninja warrior courses, ziplines, parkour blox, and special events that vary by location. You know how we mentioned massage chairs for parents? This is one of the spots that offers them, so you can let the kids jump while you relax. Figure in that jumpers are not only required to wear socks, but specifically Sky Zone socks, priced separately.

Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park — Fullerton

For a variety of attractions, Urban Air can't be beat. Sure, there are the regular trampoline attractions, but you'll also find Flash Pads, Twist Tower, Leap of Faith, and other cool spins on leaping fun. You'll also find mini golf, bumper cars, and an indoor go-kart track. If Fullerton isn't too far to transport your whole birthday crew, this spot is our birthday party pick. No personal socks allowed at Urban Air, either.

Fly High — Altadena

This trampoline park is a little smaller than the big boys and doesn't have all the bells and whistles. It's best for younger kids. But the price is right if you've got kids who really need to let off some steam and they can't be outdoors. Sock purchase required, and parents must pay to observe in the play area.

Boy doing a flip mid-air at Get Air Trampoline Park

Have a flipping great time at Get Air. Photo courtesy of Get Air Trampoline Park

Get Air — Pomona, Huntington Beach

Loads of trampolines, obstacle courses, basketball, and foam pits keep everyone happy at Get Air. When school is out, very young visitors are limited to a smaller area to keep them safe from the big guys; but Toddler Time is a good solution for little tykes. And conversely, evenings are reserved for Club Air, which is for kids over 46 inches. Like most trampoline parks Get Air requires that you purchase socks there, even if you have grippy socks from another bouncing gym.

Big Air Trampoline Park — Buena Park, Laguna Hills

Like its competitors, Big Air lines the room with trampolines and adds to the fun with trampoline dodgeball courts, slam dunk courts, ninja-warrior courses, launch pads, foam pits, a freestyle court, a climbing wall, and more. Toddler Time is a good deal for little ones, and Cosmic Nights on the weekends is a blast for big kids. And yes, you have to purchase socks!

Girl doing a mid-air split at Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park

Not only can you jump, but you can climb at Rockin' Jump. Photo courtesy of Rockin' Jump Trampoline Park

Rockin' Jump — Palmdale

As the name implies, the rock climbing wall here is almost as big a feature as the trampolines. This is another spot that we'd recommend as best for kids under 9; it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of the massive spaces, but the lower price point and smaller areas make it perfect for little guys to jump and play whenever the mood strikes.

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