Top 5 Trampoline Parks in the UK

With over 200 trampoline parks now open in all corners of the UK, park owners face fierce competition from new, up-and-coming rivals. So, what makes a good trampoline park, and which venues are the best-ranked in the UK? Check out our top 5 best trampoline parks in the UK, find out what makes them stand out, and follow our top tips to make your own park soar in popularity.

1.    Gravit8, Airdrie, Scotland

If bigger is better, then Gravit8 is hard to beat. The second-largest extreme trampoline park in the whole of Europe, this extreme trampolining venue has something for everyone, with a wide range of activities on offer to anyone aged 5 or over. With 80 interconnected trampolines spanning the building, the park offers BounceFit classes, laser tag, a dodgeball court, basketball area, performance wall and gladiator zone. Friendly staff are always on hand to ensure safety.

 

Top tip: Offer trampoline fitness classes.

2.    Infinity Trampoline Park, Cardiff, Wales

Today, new trampoline parks are springing up everywhere – but Infinity was one of the first to open in the UK, back in 2015. A trailblazing venue that pioneered a parkour-style setup, Infinity offers freestyle trampolining on 70 interconnected trampolines and a performance wall, as well as fitness classes and night-time disco sessions. Everyone is included at Infinity, with specialist mini-bouncer sessions for kids aged 1-5 and inclusive sessions for people with ASD, ADHD and other additional needs. It’s also home to its very own parkour and freerunning community, the Fluidity Freerun Academy.

 

Top tip: Inclusive sessions will widen your customer base.

3.    Kick Air, Manchester, England

With its unique features like the Kick Zone (dedicated to football and related activities), Kick Air in Manchester is an indoor freestyle park that’s truly different from the rest. Beat the Robokeeper and try out football darts, or enter the Air Zone for a workout on the trampolines, a spot of dodgeball or a Total Wipeout challenge. Even your toddler can get in on the action, with a dedicated Little Kicks area for 2-5 year olds.

 

Top tip: Widen the range of activities on offer.

 

4.    Jump Evolution, Romford, England

This fantastic park, based in Essex, offers a whole range of trampoline fun. From their highly acclaimed Jump Fit to the Mini Jump for the under 5s, there’s something for all. Aiden, the adorable face of their Support Sessions, and his family have worked with Jump Evolution to create a fun, safe and supportive environment, running sessions solely for children and their families with additional needs. One of the highlights is being able to instantly re-watch footage of your performance on playback screens and access them from home, thanks to a unique wristband code assigned to everyone before they jump.

Top tip: Install an Action Cam video system in your trampoline park, to offer added value to your guests.

 

5.    Freedome, Cheshire Oaks, England

Looking for state-of-the-art equipment, expert instructors and unrivalled facilities? Self-proclaimed aerial freestyle park Freedome is a leap and a bound ahead of other trampolining venues. With regular trampolining competitions, jump-sports arenas (with areas for dodgeball and FreeSlam basketball) and its own high-intensity FreeFit classes, Freedome should be high on the list of any trampoline enthusiast.

 

Top tip: Hold competitive events to attract fitness enthusiasts.

 

6.    Jump, Tonbridge, England

With a live DJ and party vibes, Jump’s Friday Night Takeover is the biggest party in town! Offering numerous deals around school hours, including an After-School deal involving pizza and unlimited jumping, you can’t go wrong. The unique wrist bands allow you to instantly watch your exhilarating ride on the drop slide, your battle with the twist ladder or your moves on the trampoline and giant airbag.

Top tip: Diversify your services to allow your customers to take home footage of themselves in action.