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Gurgaon's Got A Huge Indoor Trampoline Park & You've Got To Check It Out!

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What Makes It Awesome

Have you ever been envious of those people in TV shows and YouTube videos jumping on huge-ass trampolines, diving into a pool of foam cubes, and performing gravity-defying leaps? Granted that most of them make it to the fail compilations and blooper reels, it still looks like your childhood dream – on video. Well, dreams do come true.

There's a huge indoor trampoline park in Gurgaon and we can’t keep calm! Spread across 13,000 sq. ft. (that’s massive), Skyjumper Trampoline Park has 100 wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines you can jump on. They also have a big pool of foam cubes you can leap, hop, or go flying into. Their Olympic grade trampolines have a ‘Walk The Wall’ feature which is mostly meant for experts (but sounds fun AF). You can enjoy a jumpy game of Volleyball on the trampolines or go for the one-on-one variant. There’s dodgeball, too, so you can take out all your frustration with some well-aimed head shots. They also have a trampoline ladies night once a week. 

Price: Starts at INR 450 for 30 mins. 

It's open at 11:30 am – 9 pm (weekdays), 10 am – 11 pm (weekends) except for Sunday when it closes at 10 pm.

What Could Be Better

On the weekends, the place is packed, so you don't get much space to fly around from wall to wall when the whole point of going to a trampoline park is to become a crazy ball. Also, it's a bit expensive if you plan on jumping around for more than an hour. Because let's get real, you would want to do it for more than 30 minutes!


Make sure you have your socks on because grip socks are mandatory for all jumpers. Don't forget to bring your bottle of water (avoid single-use plastic as much as possible) as you may get very tired. However, they’ve got a cafe too. We've heard that they have limited food options, and most of it is fast food. 

They also host Skyjumper teen nights with music and lights, birthday parties, corporate retreats, parents’ day out, school trips, and teach gymnastics to kids between the ages of six and 16 years.