Best Trampoline Parks in Westchester and the Hudson Valley for Kids

Bounce U in Elmsford  will have your kids bouncing, climbing, and sliding.
Bounce U in Elmsford will have your kids bouncing, climbing, and sliding.
2/16/24 - By Tom Stefanchik

We’ve rounded up indoor trampoline parks in Westchester and the Hudson Valley where kids can jump, hop, and leap to their hearts' content–so that next time they're bouncing off the walls, it doesn't have to be in your house. 

Looking for more places to play when the weather isn't so great? Check out our Indoor Play Guide for Westchester and Hudson Valley Kids


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child on trampoline at sky zone
Sky Zone has three Westchester locations. 

Top Westchester Trampoline Parks

Sky Zone – Mt. Kisco, Yonkers, and New Rochelle

All Sky Zone locations feature cool activities like Ultimate Dodgeball, Sky Joust, Ninja Warrior Course, Foam Zone, and Skyslam. Each location also offers Little Leapers, a fun, high-energy play adventure that parents and little ones can enjoy together. Members can enjoy Members Only Nights, during which they can bring a friend to jump for free.

Bounce U – Elmsford

Kids will enjoy exploring the Fun Zone and Bounce Houses at Bounce U. And parents can join in on the fun, as adults are always free. However, reservations are a must for all events and programs, including open bounce sessions. 

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 Little Kings & Queens Fun Place.
There are lots of fun activities to pick from at Little Kings & Queens Fun Place. 

Little Kings & Queens Fun Place – Cortlandt Manor

So much more than just a trampoline park, Little Kings & Queens offers a wide range of entertainment options for the whole family. Experience an alternate reality with the virtual reality motion simulators, offering more than 100 different VR experiences. School-aged children can attend a before- or after-school program focused on homework and academic assistance.

Trampoline Parks in the Hudson Valley

Billy Beez – West Nyack

Located within Palisades Center, this massive, 25,000-square-foot indoor play park has it all: slides, tunnels, a ball pit, sports courts, arcade games, and a Mini Beez area that is perfect for smaller guests. And if you’re looking to book a birthday party, the customizable party packages allow guests all-day access to the park.

Urban Air Adventure Park – Middletown

Urban Air has trampolines and so much more, including a ropes course, climbing wall, warrior obstacle course, battle beam, and an indoor playground for climbing and sliding. There's also a special section where kids 7 and under can jump without big kids in the way. 

Liberty Heights – Monticello

Conveniently located in the Shoprite Plaza on Route 52, Liberty Heights offers some pretty unique attractions for a trampoline park, including climbing walls, a neon ninja warrior course, an indoor jungle gym, virtual reality, and laser tag. After burning off all that energy, you and your kids can enjoy a bite at the on-site café. 

Catch Air – Nanuet

Walk-ins are always welcome during normal business hours at Catch Air, which features uniquely designed play areas and state-of-the-art components. For those frequent fliers, or jumpers, there are multiple levels of membership available: Weekday, Any Day, and Family.

Bounce! Trampoline Sports – Valley Cottage and Poughkeepsie

Bounce indoor tramp parks have a special section (and jump times) just for little jumpers so they don’t get crushed by overzealous kids (or adults!). During non–little kid hours, older kids can try their hands at Bounce! Extreme’s obstacle course or the dodgeball area, among other attractions.

Know Before You Go

  • While some of the trampoline parks listed here have drop-in sessions, you’re much better offer making a reservation to avoid any disappointment. Spots fill up quickly, especially on holiday weekends and days off from school.  
  • All of the parks listed here also require you to sign a safety waiver before you jump. Waivers are available online, so print and fill them out before you go to save time.
  • Arrive at least 20 minutes before your jump time is scheduled to begin. Everyone has to be checked in, and this can take some time.  

This post was originally published in 2020 and has since been updated; Lisa Johnston contributed additional reporting.

Photos courtesy of the venues

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