6 Years and Older
$8 per hour after the first
3 - 5 Years of Age
$4 per hour after the first
2 Years or Younger
with a paying adult
Walk-Ins are always welcome for “Open Jumping”.
Come enjoy the ultimate trampoline experience where you can fly and jump off of our walls! Open to all ages and reservations are not necessary.
All jumpers, regardless of age, must sign a liability waiver. Please fill out a waiver for all jumpers. If a jumper is under the age of 18, the PARENT OR THE LEGAL GUARDIAN of the minor must fill out the waiver (NO EXCEPTIONS). We encourage you to be prepared with the waiver already filled out prior to your arrival when you come to AeroSports for the first time and we will keep your waiver in our system for future visits. Click here Waiver Submission to complete your waiver.
Walk-Ins are always welcome for “open jumping” during ALL open hours, always subject to availability. Jump times start every half hour. After a jump session, refresh yourself with a drink and some food or snacks at our vending machines.
In addition to our open jumping sessions, please click on the tabs on the home page to find out other ways to experience AeroSports: Birthday Parties and Corporate Events, Ultimate Dodgeball, Basketball.
We run weekly specials, check back to take advantage of all our great savings!
- For kids 4 feet and under we encourage you to come jump from 10am to 4pm Monday- Friday when the larger kids are in school.
- Kids under 4 feet may jump in all arenas. (Parents need to be aware that their smaller kids could be jumping with larger kids.)
- All jumpers must be able to walk on their own in order to jump.
- No holding children while jumping.
- 6 years and older: $12 per person per hour. $20 for two hrs. $8 for each additional hour.
- 3,4,5 years old: $6 per child per hour, $10 for two hours. $4 for each additional hour.
- 2 years and younger: FREE with paying Adult.
VERY IMPORTANT: All jumpers must have a completed liability waiver on file in order to jump. Anyone under the age of 18 must have the waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian. Anyone 18 or older can sign for themselves with a valid photo ID (must have picture and date of birth). Fill out the waiver online prior to arriving or come in and fill it out on site.
Parents can come on in and lounge around in one of our many lounge areas and watch your favorite program on one of the many TV's located around the facility. We have several areas that you can be in comfort while your kids jump around and burn off energy.
Cubbies are available to store your personal items. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. For safety reasons please have pockets empty of items when jumping. Thanks for the cooperation.
As in most active sports participants might get injured. The following are common reasons why trampoline accidents can occur.
Double Flips: It is extremely difficult to perform a double flip and any mistakes attempting one could cause serious injury, paralysis or death if incorrectly performed. That is why we DO NOT allow Double Flips.
Somersaults: Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis or death even when landing in the middle of the mat. Attempt at your own risk.
Dangerous tricks: Flips and other tricks can be dangerous. Perform at your own risk only if you have sufficient skill to avoid injury.
Inadequate skill level: Attempting skills above one’s ability may cause serious injury, paralysis or death.
More than one person on one trampoline: Use by more than one person at the same time can result in serious injuries so please use caution and be aware. Do not double bounce someone.
Frame: Jumpers should stay in the center of the trampoline when jumping. Injury could result from hitting the frame when control is lost. Do not jump directly onto the safety pad.
Foreign objects: Jumping with a foreign object or holding on to objects can also increase the chances of getting injured. This includes keys, belt buckles, phones and cameras.
Jumping from trampolines to decking or platform areas: Improper transfer can result in sprained or broken ankles and/or other injuries. Walk from trampoline to decking areas.
Alcohol and drug use: Alcohol and drug use impair a jumper’s coordination, loss of control as well as injuries are greatly increased.
The list above is just some safety precautions and is not all-inclusive. We cannot list all of the ill-advised activities that may lead to injury. Please jump carefully and be responsible to minimize the risk of injury.