Things to do for Active Kids
AirTime Trampoline and Game Park Troy
Where is it at?
AirTime Trampoline and Game Park
662 East Big Beaver Road
Where are we going today?
If you have those kids that just LOVE to bounce, play and use up all that energy, then you might want to head to AirTime Trampoline and Game Park in Troy!
This amazing indoor space is over 31,000 square feet of wall to wall trampolines, where kids can open bounce, play dodgeball or even play in the foam pits!
Parents - remember when you were younger and you had to deal with those backyard trampolines where your feet kept getting stuck in those springs? Not here! The wonderful things about AirTime Trampoline and Game Park is that the trampolines literally are wall to wall, so no unsightly and dangerous springs to get caught in!
Kids can flip, bounce and jump until their hearts content as they listen to the latest and greatest tunes.
AirTime Trampoline and Game Park also features some great events which are perfect for those bouncers in the family. For the over 13s there are the Friday night A/T Revolutions which is 2 hours of great bouncing to great music.
For those over 16 years the Saturday Nights A/T Encore give them their very own DJ with killer beats!
For those younger bouncers in the family, the Junior Jam is perfect for those little ones under 6 years where they can bounce with their parents. Don't forget about the Fam Jam either! The whole family can enjoy Thursday evenings with a special family deal as you all bounce away together!
Feeling active? We hope so, because there is a lot of energy needed for AirTime Trampoline and Game Park....and BOUNCE!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$14/hr weekends, $12/hrr weekdays. Add'tl hours $8 / $10
- ChildrenSame as adult.
When can we go?
10am - 9pm Mon to Thurs / 10am - 11pm Fri & Sat / 10am - 8pm Sun
All year round.
If you want to bring students, you can rent out the entire park. Otherwise you just need to bring the group down for open jump. .
They do have concessions with snacks and drinks. No outside food is allowed.
Any Top Tips?
Make sure you wear comfortable clothing with no piercings, studs or jewelry. You can jump barefoot or use AirTime grip socks!.
Doing our bit
They LOVE kids having fun, but they also love safety! They have ensured all of the equipment is soft and safe for the kids .
Need a little extra help?
They do ask for you to be in good health when you participate, and jump within your ability.
Can I get one of those?
You can buy AitTime grip socks from the park.
Why not have your birthday party at the facility too! They have great packages for you and friends!.
What people are saying?
by Rocker Man
Went to the one in Sterling Heights.
Staff is rude and unfriendly. Do not seem very kid-orientated.
Not a whole lot of bang for the buck...total rip off.
The kids only liked the Styrofoam pit in which they were told they have to get out "immediately" after they jump in.
Not kid friendly, not worth the money.
I do not see this business lasting long.
by Michael Florentine
Tuesday night; A/T Attack also known as TRAMPOLINE DODGEBALL!! It's all for fun, great for fundraising. Gotta come with friends too! Or meet new ones here! Expect a fun, excruciating workout.
by Joy Taylor
It was fun. And we got to bounce on trampolines and when they have something like a ball pit their but instead they have foam blocks. My only problem is tht u have to buy your own socks or go barefoot bcuz u can't bring ur own socks but otherwise we had a great time there
by K Robinson
HAAAAATE how ridiculous expensive this is and had a horrible customer service experience. We will NEVER recommend this place to anyone. $42 for one single hour for three young children is just stupid and they should have a lower rate for the littlest ones (3-5) who can do hardly anything here. Plus they charged even more on a Friday morning and said it was a weekend? Since when is a Friday a weekend?
by Steve Govern
Seems like fun for the kids, but my main gripe is how expensive it is. Even for my two year old I was told that she would have to pay ("if they can walk, they can jump" is their motto), but paying $12 for a two year old to jump on a trampoline for an hour is not exactly my idea of money well-spent. They should have "under 6 years old" pricing or something. Even for older kids though, $12 seems like a rip-off. For the cost of 2.5 visits to a trampoline park like this you could be in Cedar Point for the day. Don't understand the price point.