Trampoline Parks in the Upstate

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Are you looking for a fun activity for the whole family in or near Spartanburg? Check out Big Air Trampoline Park in Spartanburg or one of the three Greenville trampoline parks! Below you will learn all about the various trampoline parks in the upstate with prices and other information parents need to know.

Spartanburg got a whole lot cooler with the opening of Big Air, a brand-new trampoline park where parents can be nearly guaranteed to leave with tired kids ready for naps or bedtime.

Big Air Spartanburg is a sponsor of Kidding Around.

I really love trampoline parks because it’s one place where it’s totally cool to jump around with your kids, make an embarrassment out of yourself trying to do flips, and getting in a workout all at the same time. After my daughter went the first time, she asked to go back for weeks. The pure joy of flying around weightless for a few seconds on a trampoline or testing skills on a rock wall or ninja course or jumping into a foam pit is endless entertainment for any kid.

Tips for visiting a trampoline park

Before reviewing all three energy-sapping trampoline parks, here are a few tips to keep in mind to make the most out of your jumping experiences:

1 – Don’t eat too close to going jumping because full stomachs and flinging yourself, or your kid, around for an hour isn’t a match made in heaven.

2 –  For specials, discounts and event notices, be sure to add your name to your favorite trampoline park’s listserv and check the website. Also, sometimes bulk discount shopping websites, like Groupon, will have sales to area parks.

3 – Be sure to bring socks or wear socks. Some places don’t require anything on your feet but others do and you could save yourself a few dollars by bringing your own socks.

4 – Reserve online ahead of time for peak jumping hours so you don’t have to wait when you get there.

5 – Look for little kid-only jumping times and go then if you’ve got smaller children. It makes it easier to not only keep track of them but also to keep them out of the way of bigger kids.

6 –  Looking to get fit or lose weight? Some trampoline parks have fitness classes. Some estimates say that you burn as many calories jumping on the trampoline for 10 minutes than you do with 30 minutes of jogging. I believe it – jumping is hard!

7 – Trampoline parks have waivers you need to fill out before you can jump around. Do it online so you save time when you arrive.

8 – Some programs will oftentimes be suspended during holidays (like the little kid jumping hours) so be sure to call ahead or check their website before you go.

9 – Wear super comfortable clothing – think shorts, t-shirts, jogging pants, sports bras. It’s essentially an athletic activity that does require the participant to move around substantially.

Trampoline Parks Near Spartanburg

Big Air in Spartanburg is one of four area trampoline parks. The others  are just a short drive away in Greenville.

Big Air Spartanburg

A giant trampoline park in Spartanburg, Big Air seeks to give their guests an entirely new experience in having fun. They have an indoor rock wall where jumpers can see how high they can climb before crashing into the foam pit below. Siblings can battle out their aggression in a jousting competition played out on a beam. A ninja course challenges even the most athletic person to test their skills. In a first for a trampoline park, Big Air is adding soon a laser maze in the form of trampolines. They also host birthday parties and special events.

For the littlest jumpers, there is an entire separate section where they can jump without interference from the bigger jumpers. During Toddler Time, Big Air opens up the entire park to them, where children ages 7 and under can jump from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays for only $8. Children 2 and under and FREE (with a paying adult) during Toddler Time. Note – There is not Toddler Time during school breaks.

Big Air also offers Homeschool Jump Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 pm – 3 pm for $10. There is not Homeschool Jump during school breaks.

On Friday and Saturday evenings from 8 pm – 11 pm, Big Air hosts Cosmic Nights. Think Cosmic Bowling, but in a fun trampoline park! It is $20 per person.

For all other times, prices start at $15 an hour with additional hours only $8. Grip socks are required! They are sold at Big Air, and they can be taken home to clean before your next visit. Big Air also has a snack bar on site so you can fuel up after burning off all those calories jumping around and getting banged up on the ninja course.

Westgate Crossing, 660 Spartan Blvd, Spartanburg
Visit their website for more information.

Big Air Greenville

Have you heard the news? Big Air has opened a Greenville location! Offering the same high bouncing fun as Big Air Spartanburg, Big Air Greenville is already a big hit.

Like the Spartanburg location, they offer Toddler Time where children ages 6 and under can jump from 10 am – 1 pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays for only $8.

For all other times, prices start at $15 an hour with additional hours costing $10. Big Air Greenville requires guests to wear Big Air grip socks which you can purchase for $2.

36 Park Woodruff Drive, Greenville,
Visit their website for more information.


It’s almost unfair to say that Gravitopia is a trampoline park because of all the other amazing things they have inside the massive building. Not only do they have sprawling trampolines, along with a designated area for dodgeball trampoline games, but they have at least five foam pits, an entire ninja course, a trapeze bar and ariel silks, and two basketball hoops where guests can make their best attempt at Michael Jordan impressions. They also have a fitness program called GravityFit plus family nights, college nights, club nights and theme nights.

Don’t forget the birthday parties, where parents will love you for tiring out their children.

Gravitopia also hosts KidJump Monday-Friday from 9 – 10 am for kids six and under, where only kids need their own ticket ($11 each) and parents can jump for free.

Weekends offer special jump times for tweens and teens. Those 12 and up can visit Club Lite on Fridays from 9 pm to midnight for $14 an hour. Those 15 and up can visit Club Gravity on Saturdays from 9 pm to midnight for $14 an hour.

Ticket prices vary from $11 to $14 for an hour of jump time. GravityFit is $5 for one person (or $8 for 2 people) or $29 for a 30-day pass.  Gravetopia requires grip socks, and they cost $3 at the ticket counter.

48 Brookfield Oaks Drive, Greenville
Visit their website for more information.

Sky Zone

A national franchise, Sky Zone Greenville has lots of entertainment to get fit and have fun at the same time. They boast the largest Ninja Warrior Course in the Upstate and dare guests to try to complete it. Their little kid jumping program is called Jumping Beans and it runs every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10 am – 12 pm. Walkers up to age five years old can jump for $8 for an hour and their caregiver is free.

Sky Zone gives parents a break by offering Parents Night Out every Friday from 7-10 p.m. for kids ages 5-12. For $25 per kid, the program offers three hours of jump time, games, and pizza and drinks.

Sky Zone also offers camps and birthday parties. Socks are required, so don’t forget them. Prices start at $14 for an hour and $21 for two hours.

2465 Laurens Road, Greenville, SC
Visit their website for more information.

Have you visited any of the trampoline parks in the Upstate yet?

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