Top 5 Trampoline Facilities to Visit Outside Mississauga
Indoor trampoline facilities have become all the rage in the past couple of years…and for a good reason - they are incredibly fun!
I mean really, what’s better than running around, blowing off some steam, and jumping to your heart’s desire? Some have argued that these facilities are dangerous, however, as long as you’re careful and cautious heading out to an indoor trampoline facility can still be an event the whole family can enjoy.
There are a few locations right here in Mississauga, but if you feel like travelling a little bit here are the top five trampoline facilities to visit outside the city.
Cover photo is courtesy of the Flying Squirrel website.
5. Xtreme Trampoline Park
If you’re travelling to Ottawa anytime soon, or are up for a drive, you won’t want to miss out on stopping by Xtreme Trampoline Park. At this park, jumping enthusiasts can explore the main court (a huge trampoline court), the crash pit (jump from a trampoline into an enormous airbag), dodgeball courts, trampoline cage ball (for more advanced jumpers), and so much more.
Xtreme even offers a kiddie court for beginner jumpers!
For more information, visit the Xtreme Trampoline Park website.
Photo is courtesy of the Xtreme Trampoline Park Facebook page.
4. Vertical Zone Trampoline Centre
Your backyard trampoline won’t even compare to the trampolines at Vertical Zone - the trampolines at this facility are much bouncier than the average one. This is something you’ll quickly realize upon arriving at Vertical Zone - trust us.
Besides just the trampolines, however, customers are also able to utilize the facilities foam pit, rope swing, circle-style wall, and more.
Note that it is recommended that you call ahead prior to arriving to reserve a trampoline time. The facility can get quite busy and as a result, is not able to guarantee space without a reservation - it just so happens to be the only trampoline gym in Barrie!
For more information, visit the official Vertical Zone Trampoline Centre website.
Photo is courtesy of the Vertical Zone Facebook page.
3. The Factory
Located in London, The Factory is recognized as one of the country’s biggest indoor family entertainment centres. Of course, the facility has incredible trampolines for customers to enjoy, however, you’ll also find 65-foot jump ropes, 145-foot zip lines, and so much more at The Factory.
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According to the company’s website, The Factory is also home to the highest indoor ropes course in North America.
Visit The Factory’s website for more information.
2. Sky Zone
If you’re looking for a place to bounce off the wall (literally and figuratively) then Sky Zone in Toronto is the place to go. Although there are multiple Sky Zone locations, there is something so exhilarating about bouncing in the big city.
This location opened its doors in March of 2013 and besides just the freestyle trampolines, at Sky Zone jumpers can also enjoy the battle beam, the foam zone, the sky ladder (climbing this ladder is harder than it sounds), and so much more.
For more information, visit the Sky Zone official website.
Photo is courtesy of the Sky Zone Facebook page.
1. Flying Squirrel
The first time I got invited to Flying Squirrel, I was a little confused to say the least - to me, a flying squirrel was just animal. Regardless of my initial confusion, I went and I’m so glad I did.
Flying Squirrel’s Hamilton location (Flying Squirrel also operates in north and south Calgary, London, Ottawa, Victoria, Whitby, Waterloo, Niagara, and Winnipeg) offers a 3D climbing wall, an airbag pit, an arcade, a battle beam, of course the trampolines, and so much more.
And if you get a little hungry after jumping, the Drey Cafe located inside the facility has plenty of options that will meet all your needs!
For more information, visit Flying Squirrel’s website.
Photo is courtesy of the official Flying Squirrel website.
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