Myrtle Beach visitors come for the sunshine and beach, but when you need an indoor break from fun in the sun, an indoor trampoline park can be a welcome respite! Whether it’s a rare rainy day at the beach or you’re just looking for a different type of beach adventure, check out an indoor trampoline park!
Rockin’ Jump is the Myrtle Beach area’s premier indoor trampoline park! Test your skills at Wipe Out, which lets guests leap, jump and dodge rotating sweeper bars while competing with friends for bragging rights. The Warped Wall, popularized by the television show American Ninja Warrior,” is sure to be a hit. With its curved incline and two different heights to complete, kids will be challenged all afternoon! Rockin’ Jump also hosts Birthday Parties, and special events such as Rockin’ Tots, Neon Jump Nights , and After Dark events.More Info Visit Website
Big Air Trampoline Park
Big Air Trampoline Park will have the entire family literally bouncing off the walls! From high flying zip lines to massive slides, there is plenty to see and do at Big Air. Jump to your heart’s content on the trampoline dodge ball courts, slam dunk courts, a ninja warrior course, launch pads, foam pits, freestyle, climbing wall and so much more. Big Air is also a great place for birthday parties and groups of all sizes.More Info Visit Website
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