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Jump Mania Springfield Springfield

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Jump Mania Springfield
2745 South Kansas Expressway
Springfield
MO
65807
Tel: 417 881 5867

Where are we going today?

Here's a challenge for you.  Find the most colorful, most fun looking bouncer in the whole center. Found it?  Right....go on over to it, and climb aboard.  You ready?  And....BOUNCE!  Now see if every bounce you can go higher...and higher...and higher!  Wow check you out!  We're very impressed!

Jump Mania Springfield is a fun and inflatable day for the kids where they can climb, jump, bounce and slide for as long as they can!

There is a bounce-tastically challenging bouncy obstacle course, slippery slide to slide down, as well as a number of other bounce filled adventures to be had!

For those little ones who might want a break from the older kids, there is a baby and toddler center so they feel a little more at ease with kids with own age.

What's fun for the parents - you just have to pay one flat fee and that gives you and your family the All Day Pass so you can have as much fun as you want!

It's worth keeping an eye out, too, for fun events that they hold across the year, such as blacklight Glow Nights (sounds pretty awesome!) every Friday and Saturday from 7pm - 9pm, as well as Sensory Nights every Tuesday from 7pm - 8:30pm for those families with Autism, to really strengthen their development. 

Of course, they also have seasonal specials too, so come Christmas or Halloween don't forget your festive bouncing cheer!  

Deck the Halls with lots of bouncing....fa la la la la la....bounce bounce bounce bounce...!

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree
  • Children$6.50 - $9.75
  • Free Under: 2 years with paid admission (otherwise $2)
LAST UPDATED 2016

When can we go?

Mon - Thurs 10am - 7pm / Friday 10am - 9pm / Sat 12pm - 9pm / Sun 12pm - 7pm

All year round

Teachers corner

The bounce center have a deal with the local Discovery Center to enjoy a combo field trip to both locations! There are also Open Jump field trips available, as well as Church Nights. .

I'm Hungry!

To keep that bouncing energy up, they have a concession stand selling a large variety of goodies. Unfortunately no outside food or drink allowed, with the exception of birthday cakes for booked parties. .

Any Top Tips?

Socks are required to jump and play, so make sure you bring them. If you forget, they do sell them in the center. .

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff if you have any questions about special needs or assistance.

Can I get one of those?

If you forget your camera, don't worry! They sell disposable cameras there so you can make sure you capture every fun bouncing moment! .

What people are saying?

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    Had a horrible experience here. Was the first and last time we will ever go. Staff was too busy grouped together up front to pay attention to what was going on. We have twin boys who are 2 and the older kids were stepping on them and one was kicked in the face by a 7 year old. The parents DO NOT watch their children either. We had to get a staff member to handle the situation and even then he didn't seem to want to do anything but he did finally handle it. We promptly left after observing the fiasco there. I do not recommend taking a small...Read More

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    The Jump Mania website does not include their address or phone number at all. It would be nice if that information was on the bottom of every page of the website.

    Google Maps shows the correct phone/address, but Google Maps took us to the wrong location (Arbor and Kansas). Jump Mania is actually in a strip mall on Kansas between Woodland and Sunset (1.5 blocks north of Arbor and Kansas).

    We met several other couples with 4-5yo children at Jump Mania on a recent Sunday afternoon (2pm-4pm). There were 30+ kids and everyone seemed to be having...Read More

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    My husband and I decided to take our 3-year-old and 10-month-old on a Saturday. They had a couple birthday parties going on so there were several kids running around. They have an area for infants and toddlers which my oldest son loved. The only problem I have with JumpMania is the staff. The toddler area is for children 3 and under. There were kids 8-10 years old doing flips and acting crazy in the toddler area and the employees did nothing. Parents are allowed to go in and bounce with their young children so my husband went in with him. The toddler/infant...Read More

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    Geary for my soon to gave fun

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    Awesome place to take the kids..

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by Doug Phelps

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Had a horrible experience here. Was the first and last time we will ever go. Staff was too busy grouped together up front to pay attention to what was going on. We have twin boys who are 2 and the older kids were stepping on them and one was kicked in the face by a 7 year old. The parents DO NOT watch their children either. We had to get a staff member to handle the situation and even then he didn't seem to want to do anything but he did finally handle it. We promptly left after observing the fiasco there. I do not recommend taking a small child here due to the lack of safety concerns. You can't even take them into the area that is specifically for 3 and under without them getting trampled by older children.

by Jason Klein

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The Jump Mania website does not include their address or phone number at all. It would be nice if that information was on the bottom of every page of the website.

Google Maps shows the correct phone/address, but Google Maps took us to the wrong location (Arbor and Kansas). Jump Mania is actually in a strip mall on Kansas between Woodland and Sunset (1.5 blocks north of Arbor and Kansas).

We met several other couples with 4-5yo children at Jump Mania on a recent Sunday afternoon (2pm-4pm). There were 30+ kids and everyone seemed to be having fun. I was a little bit nervous that the older kids (8-12yo) and younger kids (3-5yo) were playing together because the older kids were pretty aggressive runners and jumpers but I never saw anyone get hurt.

Jump Mania has a single large room with 5-6 very large inflatables for jumping and sliding. The 2-3 party rooms are connected to this larger room. The entire floor is carpeted. The walls near the party rooms were painted bright colors. Live sports on two large TVs. We didn't have trouble finding a place for the kids and adults to sit when we were taking a break. The bathroom was clean. They do not allow outside food or drinks, so I bought a bottle of water and refilled it at their water fountains.

Overall, I would recommend this as a fun place for kids. You can't go wrong if you have older kids or don't mind being near your younger kids the entire time.

by lacey mohr

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My husband and I decided to take our 3-year-old and 10-month-old on a Saturday. They had a couple birthday parties going on so there were several kids running around. They have an area for infants and toddlers which my oldest son loved. The only problem I have with JumpMania is the staff. The toddler area is for children 3 and under. There were kids 8-10 years old doing flips and acting crazy in the toddler area and the employees did nothing. Parents are allowed to go in and bounce with their young children so my husband went in with him. The toddler/infant area is up front and really needs to be moved farther back since older kids like to run and bump into the younger ones. If it were moved to the back of the building I don't think they would have this problem. If we do end up going back we will definitely wait until a couple years.

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