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Bounce! Trampoline Sports Opening Danbury Location This Month

Bounce! Trampoline Sports Opening Danbury Location This Month


Bounce! Trampoline Sports is opening a new location in Danbury this month. It will have a double ninja obstacle course, state of the art arcade, and parent’s lounge in addition to its other attractions.

The obstacle course has two sections: hard and very hard, with one for young children and the other for older kids and adults. 

There is also a Bounce! Jr. Zone where kids 5 and younger can play. It also has an enormous trampoline court, one of the largest in the country, along with three foam pits, 3 dodge ball courts, three basketball lanes, and a double slingshot bungee jump.  It offers "Jump and Glow" on Friday and Saturday nights for teens who can jump around under black lights, lasers, and hazers.

It also has decorated party rooms which are suited for any event and can accommodate 60 to 70 people. 

The parents lounge is decked out with tons of ammenties for parents to enjoy while they wait for their kids. They include:

  • A lounge with 9 television screens featuring 9 different TV shows that stream to your phone through an exclusive app so you can wear your headphones and enjoy the experience.
  • Snack bar that includes healthy choices as well as a state of the art coffee bar.
  • Large observation deck with free wi-fi, tables, chairs and 40 charging stations.
  • The ability to watch your toddlers in the separate Bounce! Jr. Zone.
  • Six party rooms for whatever size party you’re hosting.


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Casey Heely

Author: Casey Heely, a former editorial intern for NYMetroParents, studied English Journalism and Nursing at Fairfield University. Her interest in nursing is pediatrics, which translates into her desire to write about children and their families. See More

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