I remember watching Instagram and Facebook videos of happy people jumping and frolicking on trampolines in their backyards.

I could only sigh and wish for enough space in my house or maybe have a big enough backyard to install one so that I could make quirky boomerangs and of course who wouldn’t want to experience their childhood again?

Well, the wait is over because Gurugram has established India’s largest trampoline playground: The SkyJumper Trampoline Park, which is spread across 13,000 sq. ft. has 100 wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines for you to revisit your skippity-hoppity days!

All about The SkyJumper Trampoline Park

Anyone above the age of 2, irrespective of their other physicality can take part in these activities and it is suitable for all! Bring in your family or friends and make the most of your day and the best part is that it is indoors!

You can also dive into a sprawling pool of colourful foam cubes and just chill there without a worry!

Walk The Wall & Volleyball

The sturdy trampoline park has a ‘Walk The Wall’ feature which is mostly meant for ‘balance pundits’ and you can also indulge in a game of Volleyball on the trampolines which is not going to be an easy one.

They also have “Reboot Fitness” classes and you can be a part of any one of the several batches they organise. There are special sessions curated for kids between the ages of 6-16 years and it is a preferred way of several parents to teach their kids the importance of staying fit while having fun.

There’s Dodgeball for you to play and bless the souls who have come up with the idea of a ‘trampoline ladies night’ once a week. They do offer ‘SkyJumper teen nights’ and you can approach them for varieties of parties or events as well!

They have also set up a café for you to chill out after a power session at the park and trust me, you’ll be hungry like never before because this experience is similar to working out at the gym.

Pro tip: Make hilarious videos of your friends falling down and post the bloopers on your social media handles. With the wobbly surfaces, there is bound to be an #epicfail moment! At least, you can blackmail them in return of waffles or whatever deems fit!

So, what are you waiting for? Chalk out a plan on your WhatsApp group and get going.

Location: ILD Trade Center, Sohna Road, Sector-47

Cost of 30 minutes of childhood nostalgia: ₹350/person

Timings: 11am – 9pm (weekdays) and 9am – 11pm (weekends)

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