Indoor Trampoline Parks in Westchester and the Hudson Valley

Come in to Launch Trampoline Park to see how high you can jump!
Come in to Launch Trampoline Park to see how high you can jump!
1/3/20 - By Lisa Johnston

Where do you go when the kids are bouncing off the walls on a cold or rainy day? Somewhere they're allowed to bounce off the walls, of course!

We’ve rounded up indoor trampoline parks in Westchester and the Hudson Valley where kids can jump, hop, leap, and bounce to their hearts' content. Take note that these spots also offer birthday parties, making them an option for those winter (or even extra-hot summer) birthdays.

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It's trampolines galore are Bounce! Trampoline Sports. 

Bounce! Trampoline SportsValley 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 (and adults!). During non–little kid hours, older kids can try their hands at Bounce! Extreme’s obstacle course or the dodgeball area, and more. A Middletown location is coming soon.

Launch Trampoline Park – West Nyack

Launch has lots of fun jumping features for kids. These include sports like basketball and dodgeball, spots for tumbling, a “battle pit,” and more. Along with toddler- and preschooler-specific times, the area is reserved from 6–8pm on the second Thursday of the month for kids with special needs. Check out our full write-up.   

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Get the battle started at Rockin' Jump in Mt. Kisco. 

Rockin’ Jump – Mount Kisco

This 18,500-square-foot indoor trampoline park has everything you need to burn some energy: foam pits, basketball “courts,” and rooms with sloped trampolines on the walls. There's Junior Jumpers time almost every day of the week for kids ages 1-6. Take a look at our full write-up for everything you need to know about this location. 

In addition to jumping, Rockin' Jump at Ridge Hill offers rock climbing, a Ninja Challenge Course, and more. 

Rockin’ Jump – Yonkers

For those on the southern end of the county, there’s a second Rockin’ Jump at Ridge Hill. At 25,000 square feet, it’s bigger than the Mount Kisco location, and it adds three X-Beam installations (remember American Gladiators?). It also has a Ninja Challenge Course for American Ninja Warrior wannabes. There is a Rockin’ Tots jump time from 9-11am from Monday to Friday, and from 8-10am on Saturdays.

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All ages can fly high at Skyzone Trampoline Park.

SkyZone Trampoline Park – New Rochelle

In addition to your standard open and toddler jump times, this tramp park also has a three-hour Glow with blacklights on Friday and Saturday nights for kids over 6 years old. The admission fee on Glow nights includes a special vest that will stand out under the lights. That same age group can even take part in Sky Wars on weeknights—a combination of trampolines and NERF-style guns! 

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. 

Before you go...

While all 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.  

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