This week we were invited along to Gravity Force Trampoline Park, set just off junction 4 of the M3, near Camberley.
Gravity Force is a member of the Jump In trampoline group, who have locations all over the UK and is set in a huge industrial unit on Admiralty Park.
It is advised that you arrived around 30 minutes before your session to ensure you get booked in, sign the waivers and watch the safety video before you can start jumping.
Once you have watched the video, which is done as a fun cartoon, it is then time to head into the trampoline park itself to start bouncing.
Gravity Force boasts a huge expanse of wall to wall, floor level, fully monitored trampolines, where you can bounce until you can bounce no more.
The main court features 35 individual trampolines plus two tumble tracks for budding gymnasts.
Next to the main court is a giant foam pit, where kids can practice their somersaults and land in the safety of giant blocks of foam.
You can choose to launch from a tumble track, or try your hand at flipping off a block to see what it feels like to fly.
There are also two Dodgeball courts, one of under 13’s and one for over 13’s where you choose your team and then try to aim a ball at your opponents, all whilst bouncing.
If you get hit by the ball you are out, but cue lots of giggling when they try and get Mum or Dad!
In between the two Dodgeball Courts is a set of three basketball hoops, all set at different heights along a long tumble track.
Sebby was randomly very good at the highest hoop, whereas Eliza did better with the lower one, although neither were tall enough to attempt a “slam dunk”.
The highlight of our visit was the inflatable game which has two spinning padded arms which will try to knock you off your podium.
Duck or Jump over the padded arms and see which of you has the stamina to win – in our case the lucky winner was Isaac, who beat seven other competitors!
We were really impressed with Gravity Force Trampoline Park, there were plenty of staff around to keep everyone playing safely and intervening when necessary and the kids had an amazing time.
Summer Offers at Jump In Trampoline Parks
Summer passes can be purchased now for use up until 31st August 2019. Choose from £35 for five one-hour jump sessions or £60 for 10 one-hour jump sessions and you can share the fun around as the passes can also be used by friends and family to enjoy Jump In together.
When you purchase online you will be sent a unique code to use when booking, via our website or Contact Centre on 01926 356290. Visit: www.gojumpin.com and select Open Jump. For full terms and conditions visit: http://www.gojumpin.com/news/summer-trampoline-passes-at-jump-in
There is also extra fun and games lined up for the school holidays, including indoor welly wanging, giant Jenga and volleyball, as well as the chance to get some bling with a glitter tattoo – or two!
After all that bouncing, jumpers will have no trouble cooling down with the Summer Fest special offer – when you buy three Slush drinks, there’s a free fourth one on us! (Valid throughout July and August)
Disclaimer: We were guests of Gravity Force Trampoline Park for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.