frequently asked questions
Yes, we have a designated area with a café open at all times.
We offer shoe storage free of charge and we also have lockers for rent to secure your belongings while you jump. Please empty your pockets,
cell phones, iPods, keys, and any other items that can cause injury or be lost or broken.
You don’t need to make booking or advance payments for walk-ins. However, you need to make booking with advance payments for Parties and events.
Please note: Waiver Form is mandatory for all jumpers.
Please do check the Days and Timings before your visit to ensure there are no full court bookings or special events.
Do we need to come as a group or can I come to Happy Jump on my own?
You are welcome on your own, or as a group.
Almost everyone can join the fun, Happy Jump is suitable for all ages 6 and above!
Food & Drinks
For Safety reasons, Kids below 6 years of age are not allowed inside Play area however they can sit with Parents in elevated cafeteria and watch other kids playing. however remember that all jumpers of any age must have completed a waiver prior to jumping and if under 18 a parent or guardian must do so on their behalf.
No, double jumping is not recommended.
All jumpers must purchase special Happy Jump grip socks with rubber soles prior to jumping to prevent slipping and friction burn. No other footwear is permitted on the trampolines, nor is jumping barefoot.
All spectators must wear socks on the platform, no footwear or bare feet are permitted on the platform.
Every jumper needs to sign a liability waiver before jumping at Happy Jump. If you are under the age of 18 your parent or legal guardian
must fill the waiver out for you, however but does not have to be present when you visit the park. Waivers can be completed in advance.
Happy Jump employs the latest technology and safety engineering to ensure that your jumping experience is as safe as possible. Like any sporting activity, injuries can and do occur.
However, injuries are rare and usually quite minor. A recent study of trampoline parks across the USA found an injury incident rate of 0.02%, with the most common injuries being trampoline burns and bruises.
Trampoline Parks have a better safety rate than any competitive sport; even safer than bowling! Follow our safety rules and the chances of injury are even less.
The minimum age is 6 years
Maximum Human weight of 110kg. For a person with higher weight it may not be suitable and safe to jump on Trampoline.
We recommend comfortable athletic clothing, but feel free to jump in everyday clothes. Please keep in consideration that we are a family friendly environment. Refrain from wearing studded belts and hooped earrings, and remember to empty your pockets before jumping.