Only opened three weeks (when we visited 1/20.2017) , Jumper’s Jungle will be the new cool place to go for kids and parents. It is part of a franchise as well.Located right near the 101 on Olive Ave, it’s a bit hard to find from the road, but easy enough to get to. Before you go, you may want to check their calendar of availability. The Calendar isn’t really easy to read on my phone, so you may want to look at it on a computer. Prices range from $5 for toddlers 2 and under to M-F $8 and Saturday and Sunday $9 per child. They also have multi passes, as well as deals on certain days. Please check their site for the most up to date prices.
It is located in a industrial park, so there are a lot of other businesses in buildings near it. If you enter from East Bound Olive (coming from Surprise), turn left into the lot and take a left. Jumper’s Jungle faces the 101.
There is a lot of parking around the buildings, but I am sure it well get hopping in the summer. The Entrance has a great green sign on the building.
When you enter you will see a place to sign in, a little snack bar (reasonably priced snacks-mostly chips and non perishables) and a shoe area. You can sign a waiver form before you arrive on their website or when you get in to jump. It didn’t take long to sign the waiver.
The shoe rack and rules were posted in the check in area. Yes, socks are necessary for everyone, including parents!
Right beyond this wall to the right was their party room.
A nice, large area for parties with windows and television (sometimes a kid just needs a little quiet area away from the mayhem too!)
There was an upstairs lounge for parents. As a mom of small kids, I went up there to take pictures, but I went right back down as there isn’t really easy access back downstairs if someone should need a helping hand. In order to get to the play area, you need to go down the stairs, through the party room, through the admission/entry and then to the big jumping area. Perhaps good if you have older children 8 and up?
Bathrooms were basic but clean and had what was needed!
There were four jumpers in total, although it looks like three. The small slide in left of this picture also had one behind it that had a slide inside of it. The two to the right had large and high slides.
Another view from above, you can see Giggles sliding down one of the slides (the square it looks like she is running into is actually the top of bathroom area!). I took these two pictures from the Adult Lounge.
There was also a toddler area that went next to the stairs to the adult lounge (unless you have a very acrobatic toddler, the wall is about 4 1/2 feet tall, so hard to get over there. I can see some of the little toys getting thrown under the stairs, so just watch out if your child brings a beloved toy and you can’t find it! There were foam blocks, plastic rockers, a small little plastic play house, and an area for them to bounce and run. You can also see there are two picnic tables for parents to hang out and keep snacks and drinks for the littles.
Here is giggles in the play area. There were also some books and picnic tables that were child sized. There was no gate between the toddler area and the big jumpers, but plenty of space for a crawler or early walker to roam around without being run over.
Jumper’s Jungle is a great addition to the west valley and will certainly be popular! My kids played for two hours solid-plus we bought a little snack (there is not a limit on their jump times, so you can come any time they have open availability)! It was clean, neat and had a cute theme.
**Update May 2017**
They reconfigured the layout so each of the jumpers is easier to see! I really like how they did it!
9299 W Olive Ave Ste 406 Bld 4, facing the 101