I was invited to a blogger preview event to check out the new trampoline park Rockin’ Jump Las Vegas. I jumped at the chance since I wanted to see it and it’s only minutes from our house.
It was pretty quiet since only a few bloggers were there with their kids and the event ran from 2:30 – 5:30 pm.
We checked in and were given our green socks. I put the diaper bag in the free locker.
The trampoline area is raised from the check-in, lockers and sitting area. The sitting area has lots of tables and free wi-fi Snacks are available to purchase at the vending machine.
Rockin’ Jump has lots of fun areas like 2 dodgeball courts, a jump area for 6 years old and younger, 3 basketball jump courts, a climbing wall without an extra charge, X-beam, a stunt jump bag and lots of trampolines.
I’m glad they have an area for the younger kids since I was afraid George was going to get hit by one of the older kids. George doesn’t know how to jump yet. He really wants to but doesn’t know how.
Here’s a video of him trying to jump.
It was hard holding on to the orange jousting stick and trying to hit Ivan.. but I managed to knock him off into the foam pit.
We had lots of fun jumping so high on the trampolines.
The place is really clean – well, it is new! It looked like I was the first to use the diaper changing station since it still had a warranty card attached to it.
One of the employees started talking to us about Rockin’ Jump. He said that the trampolines were made by the same company that builds the trampolines for the Olympics. I asked if Rockin’ Jump would have fitness classes and he said they would in the future.
There are lots of events that happen like Rockin’ Tots for parent and child bounce time, Rockin’ Fridays for teens and tweens (aged 11 to 17) with a DJ and Rockin’ Saturday with open jump night for all ages.
We all tried out jumping on the stunt bag from the trampolines. I’ve never done that before.
Thanks, Rockin’ Jump Las Vegas, we had a fun time jumping around and playing! We’ll definitely be back once George learns how to jump and bounce.
Disclosure: We were given free entry in exchange for a blog post. All opinions are my own.