Trampoline and Inflatable Parks in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Let the kids bounce off energy at one of these local spots.

When the summer heat starts to take a toll, and the thought of another sand-covered car ride home from the beach makes you shudder — consider taking the kids to an indoor bounce park.

Metro Detroit has a wide selection of inflatable and trampoline parks. If there are little ones in tow, know that many parks have sectioned off areas for younger kids to safely play. For older kids, there are a number of local adventure parks offering zip lines, intense drops, climbing walls and much more.

Ditch the layers of sunscreen and waterlogged sandals for air conditioned fun at one of the parks on the list below.

Airborne Adventure Park

Address: 8151 Movie Drive, Brighton and 23261 Eureka Road, Taylor

There are more than just floor to ceiling trampolines at this park. Fly high on the trapeze or try to run up the warped wall. Dodgeball, basketball hoops and parkour training, too.

AirTime Trampoline and Game Park

Address: 44855 Hayes Road, Sterling Heights and 36901 Warren Road, Westland 

Climbing walls, obstacle courses and trampoline dodgeball awaits visitors at this park. There’s a dedicated play spot for little kids, too.

Bounce House

Address: 9800 8 Mile Road, Detroit35268 23 Mile Road, New Baltimore and 39080 Van Dyke Ave., Sterling Heights

Inflatables abound at this bouncing spot. Visit the Detroit or Sterling Heights location for inflatable racing slides, bounce castles, an arcade and more.

Bounce it Up

Address: 30276 Plymouth Road, Livonia

This bouncing spot offers a separate area for kids under 3 years. Dueling slides, arcade games, obstacle courses and more, too.

DEFY

Address: 2737 Union Lake Road, Commerce Township and 3450 Miller Road, Flint 

DEFY offers wall-to-wall trampolines, ninja warrior courses and aerial silks suspended over a foam pit. Kids also have access to an intense stunt fall monitored by staff.

Jump Island

Address: 6140 Bishop Lake Road, Brighton

Michigan’s first outdoor inflatable water park is here to liven up your summer day. Kids can climb huge floating rock walls and more at this unique attraction. Life jackets are required.

Pump It Up

Address: 1720 Opdyke Court, Auburn Hills15117 Commercial Drive, Shelby Township and 28373 Beck Road, Unit H, Wixom

Pump it Up offers a large number of inflatable bounce houses, obstacle courses and slides. It’s a popular spot for birthday parties, but kids can also be dropped off. Call ahead for reservations.

Sky Zone

Address: 50810 Sabrina Drive, Shelby Township and 42550 Executive Drive, Canton

This trampoline spot boasts two locations and more than enough bouncy attractions to keep even the most thrill-seeking of kids entertained for hours. Both locations have foam pits, climbing zones and trampolines.

Springz

Address: 31506 Grand River Ave., Farmington936 E. Mall Drive, Lansing43680 Van Dyke Ave., Sterling Heights and 9751 Telegraph Road, Taylor  

Wall-to-wall trampolines, laser tag, bumper cars and many more attractions are available at most Springz locations, which are located inside Zap Zone. Trampolines are at every location but other attractions vary by site.

Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park

Address: 12050 Hall Road, Sterling Heights

Stop by for trampolines on the walls, and stay for the new-age bumper cars, ropes course, climbing walls, zip line, slam dunk zone and virtual reality sets.


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