Rockin’ Jump – Westerville

Trampoline parks are one of my favorite activities for both children and adults. They are a great workout, but, are disguised as fun – what could be more perfect? Rockin’ jump in Westerville is the newest to the trampoline park scene and they ‘rock.’ Their main jump area is located in the back (separate area for 6 and under), while it is not as big as other trampoline parks, they do take it to the next level with an obstacle course, dodgeball, x-beam, climbing wall, slam dunk zone and much more. On top of open jump, they have times dedicated just for toddlers and teenagers.

Open Jump – Monday thru Friday: 3:00PM – 8:00PM, Saturday: 10:00AM – 8:00PM and Sunday: 11:00AM – 8:00PM

Rockin’ Tots – Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM and Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Rockin’ Fridays – Rockin’ Fridays is their dedicated time for teens and tweens (ages 11-17) to mix and mingle. For $20, it includes two hours of jump time and a live DJ. 8:00pm – 10:00pm.

Rockin’ Saturdays  – “All Ages” open jump night. The cost is $20 per jumper. 8:00pm – 10:00pm.

The one downfall I did find was the price, especially if you have multiple kiddos. $16 for an hour of jump can add up pretty quickly. Keep an eye on your val-pak’s and local coupon books for coupons. I found a buy one hour, get one hour half off coupon.

Standard Open Jump Time

30 Minutes of Jump Time:     $10
60 Minutes of Jump Time:     $16
90 Minutes of Jump Time:     $22
120 Minutes of Jump Time:   $26

Rockin’ Tots – Parent & Me Jump Time

$15.00 for one parent and child  ($5 Each additional child)

Rockin’ Fridays & Rockin’ Saturdays

$20.00 per person

You can book your jump time here.

This first thing you do when you walk in is sign your waiver. To save time, I suggest signing it online prior to your visit. When you walk in, you give them your name and they pull it right up. You can sign the waiver here.

They offer FREE lockers in the area in between the front desk and the trampoline area. You create your own code.

They have a decent sized sitting area when you walk in. They have tables, as well as couches. Where the couches are, they have a few TV’s mounted. The only thing I was confused about was why they had Jerry Springer playing! 😉

We only tried the nachos while we were there. Nothing fancy. Just regular cheese dip and chips. I will follow-up if I try the food next time! Uptown Westerville is near by, I would suggest grabbing lunch or dinner there! Old Bag of Nails, Uptown Deli & Brewery, Northstar, Westerville Grill and Jimmy V’s are all good choices.

You are not allowed to bring food and drinks in. They have drinks for purchase in this, the concession stand, as well as two drinking fountains near the bathrooms.

On top of regular trampolines, they have a few different attractions. The first one you come up on is the challenge course. The kiddos loved it.

“This course demanding course requires upper body strength as well as balance and coordination to make it through without falling to the pool of foam below.  Come master your skills and endurance as you traverse the quad step to the trapeze, to the cargo net, to the tube swing.  As you round the turn and head home, the challenges continue through the swinging rings, to sea of hanging discs, to offset padded logs and if you made it this far you will finish up at the unstable bridge.”

The kiddos LOVED the rock climbing wall. I was impressed how brave they were. Be prepared because when they reach the top, a buzzer goes off. Over and over and over again. I loved how proud they were of themselves when they reached the top.

My *almost* 16 year old sister came with us and she LOVED it. This is perfect spot for all ages.

This is their stunt bag. Similar to other trampoline parks where you dive into a foam pit. “Feel the freedom of flying, flipping and jumping, in a JumpSafe®, clean environment. Here’s your chance to have a ‘stunt performer’ experience enjoying the exhilaration of flipping and jumping into an air-filled stunt bag!”

They have two dodgeball courts. I am not sure if they do this each time, but, when L would get “out” – instead of waiting for someone to catch the ball to get him back in, he had to do 5 jumping backs to get back into the game. Watching a 5 year old do jumping jacks is one of the cutest things I have ever seen.

This is the X-Beam area. While it made me a little nervous, the kiddos loved it. They have the chance to “battle” with foam paddles. If they get knocked off, they fall into a foam pit.

Overall, the kiddos, ranging in age from 5 to 15, loved Rockin’ Jump. One thing to keep in mind, they have specific start times. Two of the kiddos arrived half hour later than us, which meant, there time was different than ours. If you go in a group, make to to arrive around the same time.

Rockin’ Jump Westerville!
1220 County Line Rd
Westerville, OH 43081
Toll Free Number: 1 (844) 762-5465
Main Number: 1 (614) 508-6088

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