3 Chicagoland trampoline parks to fight cabin fever

Some days, kids feel like little energizer bunnies, and it only gets worse during the winter. If your living room couch has become more of a crash pad than a piece of furniture lately, you know it’s time to get out of the house. Kids will (literally) flip for these indoor trampoline parks around Chicagoland.

Get Air

Have some ultimate ninja warrior wannabes in your family? Get Air has got you covered. If you’re brave enough to take it on, their ninja course features trampolines, walls, slides and ropes that will get your adrenaline pumping at full capacity. For those who are looking for a more relaxed jumping experience, Get Air offers a trampoline course with cameras where you can watch yourself on the monitor, a fidget ladder over a foam pit and a designated area for kids under 46 inches. Not in the mood to jump with your kids? The trampoline park also has the best parent perk possible: leather massage chairs to relax in.

2010 Butterfield Rd., Downer’s Grove

Sky High Sports

If your child has ever dreamt of jumping off a rope swing, this is the place to do it (safely!). Not only does the park boast a giant foam pit where you can act out your wildest Tarzan dreams, but they also feature a trampoline basketball court, dodgeball courts and special bouncing times for little ones under the age of six. Tip: Visit Sky High on Thursday nights from 5-9 p.m. to score a jumping for four family members, one large pizza and a pitcher of soda for $45. Sky High also has deals for special needs families on Tuesday nights and discount jumping (plus free coffee for parents!) on weekday mornings.

6424 Howard St., Niles & 2244 Corporate Ln., Naperville

Altitude Trampoline Park

Altitude has recently become popular in Chicagoland, and for good reason: The Chicago location offers 33,000 square feet of trampoline space, along with a rock wall, log roll, trapeze swing and “Wipeout” area. Cheerleaders and tumblers can feel free to practice their skills on Altitude’s tumble tracks and jumpers can catch some serious air on performance trampolines that propel to four or six feet high landing zones. Like the other parks, Altitude offers a special area for toddlers and discounted rates for parents of littles.

Various locations around Chicago and the suburbs


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