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10 Best Trampoline Parks in the UK

12 February 2023

Looking for a great trampoline park to take your kids? Have a look at these 10 options which are among the best in the UK. Let’s jump right in!

Flip Out

With 27 branches across England and Scotland, and another 6 branches coming soon - this chain of trampoline parks calls itself the UK’s leading trampoline and adventure park operator. They pride themselves on catering for all ages, with slides, assault courses and a selection of inflatables for the tiny tots. Check out Flip Out if you’re looking for a great family day out.

Oxygen Freejumping

This amazing selection of trampoline parks even has one branch located within the O2! They provide sessions and activities for all skill levels, and even have ‘peaceful play’ sessions for jumpers with autism or other disabilities. This trampoline park has kept everyone in mind, with its inclusiveness being second to none. Alongside this, they also offer a unique School of Trampolining for more advanced jumpers - led by British Gymnastic qualified instructors.

Red Kangaroo

Located in Reading, Nottingham and Coventry, this trampoline park is perfect for those of us with more adventurous kids. It has a wide selection of activities, with the standout thrills being Ninja Warrior and Wipeout-style obstacle courses. They also offer parties for kids, adults, schools and offices - so it’s clear to see that there are some great activities for all ages.

AirHop Trampoline Parks

These trampoline parks are one of the few that also cater for babies and toddlers - with kids as young as 6 months old being able to enjoy ‘MiniHopper’ sessions with soft-toys and parental supervision. Along with the usual selection of dodgeball games and trampolines, AirHop offer a new unique activity: the Augmented Reality trampolines. This combines computer games and trampolining, and is perfect for your kid gamers to get their exercise in while they game.

Jump Giants

This trampoline park transcends others with its sheer size - it has over 115,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines. There are also a huge selection of activities available for kids and adults of all ages - such as battle beams where you can duel with lightsabers. There is also a fitness area if you’re tired of the same old workouts, and a cafe to refresh yourself after the jumping day is over.

Gravity Trampoline Park

For anxious parents, Gravity Trampoline park is the way to go. It has a wonderful viewing gallery and cafe so you can keep a close eye on your little one (as well as free Wifi!). Gravity also offer trampolining classes for those aged 14 and above, regardless of your fitness levels. It is important to note that Gravity adhere to strict safety policies by working alongside regulatory organisations, ensuring your family remains as safe as possible.

Orbital Trampoline Park

This trampoline park is the same size as 10 tennis courts, and has the activities to match. Located only a short drive away from the centre of Luton, Orbital offers a selection of thrills including a dodgeball court, trampolining basketball and a foam pit. There is also a great little cafe for parents to sit and have a cup of tea.

Rush Trampoline Park

If you live in the Birmingham area, Rush Trampoline Park is the way to go. With activities ranging all the way from toddler sessions to after dark sessions on Saturday nights, this really is the one-size-fits-all trampoline park. They have a separate toddler court to keep your tots safe, and main courts for the older kids and adults. If you’re not much of a jumper yourself, check out their selection of homemade food and ice cream on the mezzanine floor.


This is the largest trampolining park in the North-West and has a huge range of activities for both children and adults. With an NHS and student discount, it is a cheap option for a great time. They have a massive assault course and a huge football zone for the football fans out there. For your youngest kids, there is an additional softplay area where they can entertain themselves.

Boost Trampoline Parks

These trampoline parks in Northampton and Leicester boast compliance with the BSI specification for the safe operation of a trampoline park, and you can be confident that your kids will be safe throughout their jumping experience. The stand out feature of this park is their renowned after-school activity programme, which runs daily for 2 hours during term-time. It is the perfect way for your kids to let out that pent-up energy and bounce around after sitting in the classroom all day.

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