Monday, July 25, 2016

{Bay Area Kids Fun} Rebounderz

We had too much fun at this month's Bay Area Kids Fun location!


What mom doesn't love a trampoline park? It's the best way to expend all of your children's seemingly endless amount of energy (and you get to have some fun too)! 

The first time we took Myles to a trampoline park he was almost 2, and in an instant he fell in love. Since then he has only grown more fond of trampolines. Unfortunately, we don't have the yard for getting our own and the only other people that have one is my parents in Illinois. So you can imagine how happy I was when they opened up a new trampoline park within 20 minutes of us (before the closest was over an hour away)!

We love indoor play, but they don't have a lot of it in our area or California, in general. I understand why, but there are times we need indoor options (too hot, raining, night time, etc.), so to have something like Rebounderz as a total indoor play areana, is awesome! It is family owned and operated, so you get a very quality and personal experience. When we went everything was clean and functioning. I felt that Myles was completely safe and had no issues letting him jump by himself (with my just being a watcher).

The main jumping area is divided into 3 sections. One is for dodge-ball and the others are for general jumping. When it is busy or when they have Munchkin and Me (a special jump time for 7 and under), they can block off a section to be used only for the younger kids. Also, the earlier the better for the younger ones, so that it isn't as busy and less of a chance of getting hurt.

Next up is a 4-lane basketball 'court'. Myles tried this out and actually wasn't too far from making a basket (surprisingly), but I would say this is really for the older (7+) kids. Adults can play here too because one side (2 hoops) is taller than the other side (2 hoops). You can also see in the below picture that they have rules posted at each attraction, along with workers who referee/guard each area.

Myles' forever favorite is the foam pit. This one has 4-lanes that all ages can let lose in! I'm quite positive that Myles would spent his whole time in here if he could, but you aren't allowed to actually play in the pit. Still he thoroughly enjoys falling in and trying to maneuver his way out.
Adults beware: it takes the strength of a gorilla to get out of this thing! Thankfully, they have added a rope to assist adults and kids that need a little extra help!
 Not quite big enough to make the jump, more like a running leap!

I was checking the website for details as I was writing this and saw that they added something new since we went: a 14 foot JumpXtreme Tower! I know that Myles wouldn't dare try this, but I sure want to! Just means we will need to make another visit soon!

They also have an open gym for full court basketball that is being turned into a Ninja Warrior course coming Fall 2016! 

When your kids (12 and under) want to take a break from jumping they can head over to the indoor playground. There are some really fun and unique feature in this playworld that I have never seen before. It also has a special area for just toddlers (5 and under).  
 Myles' favorite part:
 He made me go down them and they are fast!

Lastly, is the arcade. It's smaller, but has most of the popular games and is just enough for a little break in between jumping.

  Other amenities: a cafe with food and drinks, an adult lounge upstairs with free Wi-Fi, and several options for parties and private events.

The prices vary by height and jump time. You can also pay to just play basketball or go to the indoor playworld. An hour for over 42" is $15.00 and under 42" is $12.00. You also have to purchase socks (that you can keep and bring back) for $3.00.
For a full list of pricing click here
They also have deals and specials everyday of the week.


The upkeep is great: everything is working and clean.
Safety is a priority: rules are posted, they provide videos to watch, and have enough workers to be watching every area. 
They have certain times and areas designed for younger kids.
They have entertainment more than just jumping: arcade, indoor playworld, basketball.
They have an area just for parents (of older kids) to relax or work with TVs and WiFi.

It can get crowded at certain times, so if you have very little kids, go during the special hours. 

It can get expensive, so try to go on a day with a special deal or don't pay to jump yourself.

Overall review:  

Indoor fun is very hard to come by in this area as it is, but Rebounderz goes above and beyond in the world of family fun and entertainment. I love that they are always adding and changing attractions to keep it new and exciting. It is just a wonderful place for good, clean, and safe fun for the whole family!


  1. Wow!!! That place looks amazing! My boys love our trampoline place but it's not as cool as that one at all. If we had that by us we'd be there all the time during our summer months here in Phoenix!

    1. This is the coolest one we've ever been to as well. And they are always adding on! It is so nice I have indoor options. It gets hot here too but nothing like AZ!

  2. We've never been to an indoor trampoline park, but maybe soon! We just had an "Urban Air" open in our town and it seems to be similar to this one. So much fun!

    1. It works wonders for getting that energy out! I want a trampoline in our back yard but we have no grass!

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