Have you ever found yourself in need of some new activities for your family? Have your kids ever complained and said, “I’m bored?” Would they enjoy a new indoor place to go with lots of fun things to do in any weather? Well, look no further than Rockin’ Jump Greensboro! Rockin’ Jump is the ultimate trampoline park and offers endless activities for the whole family. With numerous attractions, Rockin’ Jump is the ultimate destination for family fun.

No matter if you’re an adult or a child, Rockin’ Jump has attractions that will keep you entertained. From the sprawling trampoline park to the Slam Dunk Zone, they have it all. Let your kids have fun while getting in their exercise. It’s a win-win for everyone.

On weekends, Rockin’ Jump transforms into Rockin’ Jump After Dark! Every Friday and Saturday from 7-10 p.m., kids can jump in special black lights. Upbeat music keeps the party rocking. Kids will love the excitement and parents will love the safety of this option.

Just take a look at all the things to do at Rockin’ Jump:

  • Spacious Jump Area
  • Dedicated 6 & under Jump Zone
  • Slam Dunk Zone
  • Dodge Ball
  • Jump Arenas
  • Foam pit
  • X-Beam Jousting
  • After Dark sessions with black lights
  • Bashball
  • Rock Climbing
  • Huge arcade
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Birthday party rooms
  • Café with coffee and snacks

More Than Just Endless Things to Do

Rockin’ Jump is also the perfect place your child’s next birthday party. Voted Best Kid’s Birthday Party Venue in the Triad, they offer the package that’s right for you. Avoid planning and cooking and let Rockin’ Jump handle the arrangements. Best of all, they include clean-up service with every package. Your party host will help every step of the way to make the party a hit with everyone! Parents have no stress and can enjoy the festivities along with all of the guests! Just take a look at this 5-star Facebook review:

“Rockin’ Jump is the perfect place for a party with a group of highly energetic 11-year-olds. Staff was so kind with the kids and kept the activities pointed in the right direction. Facility was clean and well-kept.” – Andrea Gagnon Blevins