When the weather’s not so perfect, but you’re feeling like you have to get the family out of the house for your sanity and the kids, where’s the best place to go? We’ve rounded up lists of favorite arcades, fun indoor bouncy houses for little ones, museums, etc. But when you’re ready to literally bounce off the walls and get out a LOT of energy, try one of the awesome places to JUMP in the Austin area!

Top Places for Indoor Trampoline & Jumping Fun:

Urban Air Adventure Park
Urban Air Trampoline Park is over 25,000 square feet of indoor fun. It’s suitable for all ages and fitness levels and offer a wide variety of indoor attractions including wall-to-wall trampoline arenas, runway, foam pit, slam dunk track, trampoline dodgeball arena and a big favorite — the Warrior Course. Visit the website for open jump hours and pricing. You’ll also notice that they offer coupons and specials on this page.

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Swinging around at Urban Air Trampoline Park


Jumpoline Park
At its Wells Branch location, Jumpoline Park lets kids of all ages bounce to their heart’s content on the indoor arenas lined with trampolines. In addition to the main trampoline, there is also a toddler-sized trampoline court and a trampoline-lined dodgeball court. Visit their website for open jump hours & pricing.

Photo from the Jumpoline Facebook page


Altitude Trampoline Park
Altitude Austin is over 40,000 square feet of equipment that will have the whole family jumping, climbing, swinging and smiling. This trampoline park is open everyday and has a trapeze, a foam pit, rock climbing, a battle beam and more. There’s even all ages fitness classes every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Visit their website to see their hours, a full list of amenities and ticket prices and packages.

Foam pits, battle beams and more at Altitude Trampoline Park


Jump Party USA
Jimp Party USA is one of the largest trampoline parks (almost 40,000 square feet) in Austin. They have a giant main trampoline, kiddie trampoline for 7 & younger, two dodge ball courts, a large water ball ride and bungee jumps. Kids can also glide across a shallow pool’s water while inside a Zorb ball. There is also a dedicated space for younger kids featuring an inflatable obstacle course. Visit their website for hours and pricing.


Jumpstreet (Cedar Park)
Jumpstreet’s big trampoline arena is covered top to bottom in springy surfaces and safe padding. There’s an open basketball court, stunt jump, walking sticks and even a mechanical bull for kids ages 8 & up. And for younger kids, there are lots of inflatables and an earthquake zone. This location also includes an arcade with classic games. Visit the Jumpstreet website for hours & pricing.

Photo from Jumpstreet’s Facebook page


–> More Indoor Fun for Kids: Looking for even more ideas for ways that kids can get their wiggles out on bad weather days? Check out some of our favorite places to go…

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