There’s a new indoor attraction in Metro Manila that’s becoming a hit among kids and “feeling kids” – the Jump Yard Trampoline Park!
Jump Yard, with over 2000 square meters of bouncing space, is the first and biggest indoor trampoline park in the Philippines. I got to experience it out along with a group of bloggers and, what can I say? I’m old! LOL
In order to fully enjoy your experience at Jump Yard Trampoline Park, follow the rules.
First and most important rule: Watch the safety video. The video will show you the basics of safely jumping in trampolines, such as how to jump and fall without hurting yourself or others. Kids, don’t skip this important step.
Jump Yard Safety Video
After watching the video, put on your grip socks (may be bought at Jump Yard, or brought on your own), do some stretching, and JUMP!
I tried jumping into the FOAM PIT. Meh, no biggie… But when it was time to get out, I couldn’t, for the love of me, get out of that pit! My nonexistent core muscles protested and would not budge. Someone held out her hand to help me, haha.
There’s another foam pit further at the back of the arena that has monkey bars and a climbing wall incorporated into it. This is the area where smaller kids are allowed to play. I’m going to bring my son here because he loves monkey bars. Here, he won’t be afraid of falling!
Pinoys love basketball. And what trampoline park would be complete without slam dunk basketball rings? There are three levels of basket rings, so anyone can try their hand at slam dunking.
Here’s a video of a Jump Yard marshal doing a slam dunk demo –
Groups will enjoy playing at the DODGE BALL arena –
The CAGE BALL looks difficult to me, because one has to shoot a ball into a net behind an opponent. But that’s just me. 😛 (The foam pit was already difficult for me!)
At the back of the arena are more basketball rings, and this bouncing wall. To the right is the foam pit with monkey bars where smaller kids are allowed to play (not shown below but pictured above).
My mommy blogger friends and I tried, but figured a few minutes of jumping and bouncing is all we can tolerate. Kids though, will definitely enjoy the thrill of trampoline play. I can’t wait to bring my two volleyball girls here, and Nate too.
Rates at the Jump Yard Trampoline Park:
Mon – Thu: Php250 / hour
Fri – Sun, holidays: Php 350 / hour
Grip socks: Php 100 per pair. (Everyone must wear grip socks to enter the arena. You may bring your own if you already have a pair.)
Good to know:
Non-jumpers may stay at the view deck and the dining area, where great food is served.
The Jump Yard Trampoline Park is actually a great party venue for bigger kids, and adults (why not!). Call Jump Yard for more info on party packages.
Lockers are available for an hourly rental rate of Php100.00 (I think!)
One hour of play lang? Some might think one hour is too short. Believe me, it’s not too short. 😛
Registration and Waiver
Jumpers must sign a waiver before entering the arena. Minors must have the consent of their parents or legal guardians. The waiver can be downloaded at the website, printed and signed by a parent / guardian.
To avoid the long lines at the counter, you may also opt to register online. Parents can create their own account, list their dependent minors, and sign the waiver online.
To know more about Jump Yard Trampoline Park, visit their website Jumpyard.ph, or Facebook Page: JumpYardPH
For reservations, call these numbers: 02 5440703, 09084720031, 09156182183
Enjoy, and jump safely!