Things to do for Active Kids

ijump Idaho Falls

Where is it at?

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2670 E 14th N
Idaho Falls
Tel: 208 881 5108

Where are we going today?

i-jump is a trampoline coated indoor environment where one can bounce from walls and floors created a thrilling, free form of family exercise.

Enjoy open jump sessions and bounce as you please, try dodgeball or give stunt jumping a go with a soft foam pit landing.

Plus the Wee-Jump mini jumper zone keeps the smaller bouncers safe.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults48" and above $9 first hour
  • Children$5 first hour

When can we go?

Monday to Wednesday 3pm to 9pm, Thursday 10am to 9pm, Friday 12pm to 11pm, Saturday 10am to 11pm.

WeeJump Thursday 10am to 1pm.

What people are saying?

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    We have been here for at least 10 minutes and the line hasn't moved. Everyone inside looks like they are having fun.

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    Don't appreciate my 6 year old hearing music with swear words. Try choosing a station that edits the music, especially if you going to allow young kids.

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