The indoor play area trend continues and Orange County has an abundant selection of indoor gyms, play centers, and trampoline parks for kids of all ages with features like climbing walls, slides, foam pits, and of course, trampolines. Which location you choose may be based on proximity, favorite features, or hours of operation. Here are the indoor play areas and trampoline parks you’ll find around Orange County.
25222 El Paseo Road, Mission Viejo
Formerly DEFY, Sky Zone Orange County takes trampoline parks to the next level and aims to be the ninja warrior destination for kids everywhere. Extreme stunt areas, a variety of uniquely designed Ninja Obstacle Course, super tramps, battle beams, and zip line are just a few of the attractions available at Sky Zone. Visit an open jump session to explore all they have to offer.
428A W Katella Ave, Orange
BounceU is an indoor inflatable bounce house destination in Orange County. They offer open bounce time, kids camps, parent’s night out events, and birthday parties. There are separate bounce rooms and groups rotate from one room to the next, allowing each group to have full run of the room and eliminating overcrowded play areas. The inflatable climbers, slides, and obstacle courses are perfect for toddlers and kids up to 11 years old. Available hours may vary based on events and parties so check the calendar to find a time to bounce that works with your schedule.
5142 Argosy Avenue, Huntington Beach
Get Air Surf City is located in Huntington Beach and is an open floor plan trampoline park. They have a designated toddler area, a basketball area, and a dodgeball area. There are foam pits for stunts and flips, and a recently remodeled obstacle course. Hours vary, so check the website before you go.
1025 Westminster Mall, Suite 2086A, Westminster
1301 North Kellogg Drive, Anaheim
SkyZone features a variety of play areas including a section for freestyle jumping on trampolines, ultimate volleyball, skyjousting, ultimate dodgeball, basketball, and a mechanical bull. There are foam pits, climbing walls, and air hockey tables. SkyZone hosts several special events including glow nights and dodgeball nights. SkyZone is another great location for birthday parties and group events. Hours may vary by location and additional hours may be available for groups and special events. Check the calendar on the website for your nearest location to confirm available hours.
1411 Village Way, Santa Ana
Rockin’ Jump is an indoor trampoline park with a variety of other features. Fun additions here include a laser maze, stunt bag arena, rock wall climbing tower, dodge ball arena, and a slam dunk zone. Rockin’ Jump offers special hours for small children up to six years old, and they offer special hours for homeschool families on Mondays and Thursdays. Other special events include Neon Jump Nights and birthday parties. Open jump time at Rockin’ Jump generally runs from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm, but special hours and weekend hours may vary.
1441 South Village Way, Santa Ana
Sender One is the premier climbing destination with walls and structures for the whole family. This is the place to go if you have an interest in climbing or bouldering. Sender One offers an entire location full of unique walls, towers, and obstacles to climb and navigate. They have a drop slide, toddler area, box building area, and even a mineshaft. Classes are available for all ages and open exploration is available during reserved session times. Visit the website for complete information about membership, climbing sessions, and pricing packages. Yoga classes are also available at the Santa Ana location.
24350 Swartz Drive, Lake Forest
7470 Edinger Avenue, Huntington Beach
We Play Loud is an indoor play area for children 51 inches tall and under. Features at We Play Loud include giant slides, pyramid obstacles, web net bridges, a fireman climb, rocking boat rides, an inflatable UFO, and spinning coconut trees. We Play Loud offers two levels of play space and an enclosed toddler area with age appropriate features and activities. We Play Loud is open every day.
If you don’t necessarily need the trampolines or the climbing walls, these other gyms in Orange County are great places to check out.
7220 Hazard Avenue, Westminster, CA 92683
The Firestorm facility has an emphasis on parkour but also offers trampoline, ninja warrior activities, aerial silks, tumbling, and dance. Firestorm has classes as well as some open gym times.
2600 Walnut Ave., Unit G, Tustin, CA 92780
Olympia Training Center focuses on Ninja Warrior prep, parkour, freerunning, acrobatics, and mixed martial arts. This gym is mostly class based rather than open gym style like Sky Zone or Big Air.
2800 Main Street #603, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Inside Main Place Mall
American Ninja Warrior Adventure Park has Ninja Warrior obstacle courses and a separate 10,000 square foot inflatable obstacle course area.
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Heidi Deal is the author of the Newcomers Handbook to Living In Los Angeles & Orange County, and a children’s book author specializing in history and human rights.