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Jumpin Jax Bounce Arena Lansing Charter Township

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Jumpin Jax Bounce Arena
1475 Lake Lansing Road
Lansing Charter Township
MI
48912
Tel: 517 372 4200

Where are we going today?

Kids - do you love to bounce? Do you have bucket loads of energy? Do you like to see how high you can get with you jump? If you said YES to ALL of those questions, you might want to head to Jumpin' Jax Bounce Arena

After all, Jumpin' Jax is ALL about bouncing and having fun!

This Michigan indoor bounce arena is 10,000 sq feet of bounce fun, for kids aged 2 to 12 years. In fact, they have not one, not three, but SEVEN big inflatables for kids to enjoy. If you've been to a carnival, you know how impressive inflatables are!

The inflatables offer a host of fun, from obstacle courses that they can conquer, to slides to zip and zoom down, and those regular bouncers, to see how high they can go!

If you have little ones in the family, and feel nervous at the idea of them bouncing with the older kids, Jumpin' Jax Bounce Arena also have toddler inflatables perfect for those active kiddies aged under 4 years.

This way, they don't need to be nervous playing with the older kids, and they can just focus on having a great time!

Did we mention that Jumpin' Jax Bounce Arena has private, and non-private, parties to enjoy on that special birthday?

There are a number of party packages you can choose from, so you can make sure that you book one that is perfect for you!

So why not spend your family day out bouncing, laughing, staying fit and overall have an amazing time! How high can YOU go!?

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree
  • Children$8
  • Free Under: 24 months with paying sibling
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am - 12pm open, 1pm - 9pm close. Check on the day

All year round. Saturday afternoons for private parties

Teachers corner

They love having schools visit on a field trip! Groups with 6 or more kids can enjoy discounts, and they can enjoy an active day out of the classroom!.

I'm Hungry!

You can bring in your own food and drink (just not pizza) so bring in your childs' favorite, and make sure you have plenty of water!.

Healthy Eating!

Healthy snacks with a low GI are a great option, so they feel full for longer.

Any Top Tips?

The third Wednesday of every month is only $6 per child, from 10am - 4pm!.

Doing our bit

They know what parents want out of a day of play, so they ensure the facility is clean, safe and friendly. .

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to staff and see how they can help!.

Can I get one of those?

Adults - can you have a great time on the inflatables? Yes! You can take an active role in supervising your children.

More information

For $50 you can get a punch card with 10 admissions!.

What people are saying?

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    My grandkids, love jumpin jax. they have a very good time. it's clean. staff is excellent. It's also the parents job, to watch there own kids too. It's not a baby sitting facility. don't blame the staff, blame the parents for not watching there own children

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    We visited Jumpin' Jax a few days ago and were disgusted by the lack of rule enforcement, among other things. To start, the place was, I suspect, beyond their occupancy limit. I counted over 150 adults and children. There were about 4-5 staff members that I could see. None were enforcing the "no running" policy. It might seem trivial but, as a rule, they should enforce it, for everyone's safety. I witnessed several younger children get knocked right off their feet, as an older child was running while looking in another direction. The sanitary...Read More

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    The kids love Jumpin Jacks

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    I had no expectations when I arrived to Jumpin Jax but was pleasantly surprised by how great is. It seems pretty popular and it was amazing for my 2 year old. I found it well staffed, clean and well run. My little guy spent hours running around developing his agility and coordination. I actually forgot my wallet full of cash on the counter and ran off to play with my son. Soon thereafter, one of the owners asked me if I had left my wallet on the counter and presented it to me. I was very pleased. I will try to bring my son here regularly...Read More

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    Jumping Jax is okay. The kids love it, I'm not a huge fan. Our first visit was when our son was just over a year. He had a good time in the toddler sized inflatable and we appreciated that it was for kids under 4. He is now just over 3 and we have been many times. The facility seems clean to me and the staff is somewhat attentive. BUT, I highly recommend, especially if you have little ones, to not visit during peak hours, like on the weekends or school holidays. The one time we went on a weekend it was a madhouse and I vowed I would never...Read More

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by Jasmine Kumar

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We visited Jumpin' Jax a few days ago and were disgusted by the lack of rule enforcement, among other things. To start, the place was, I suspect, beyond their occupancy limit. I counted over 150 adults and children. There were about 4-5 staff members that I could see. None were enforcing the "no running" policy. It might seem trivial but, as a rule, they should enforce it, for everyone's safety. I witnessed several younger children get knocked right off their feet, as an older child was running while looking in another direction. The sanitary conditions in the facility were poor, even considering the type of place Jumpin' Jax is. Lastly, kids are throwing balls around and hitting other children. I'm not even sure why there were balls in there in the first place. And let's not forget the recent car thefts in the parking lot. Of course, that isn't necessarily management's fault but it most certainly did not add to the experience.

In terms of the infaltables, they are quite dangerous. Many of places little kids can get stuck. I found two young brothers trapped in one inflatable. They could not go out the way they came in because the smaller child could not climb up the slippery slide, and they could not go forward as the younger child could not make it up the climbing wall. There is no age limit on that inflatable. I had to ask another adult to lift the kids out the side.

Overall, there are quality activities to take your children to that don't involve animalistic behavior, shoving, throwing things at other children, lack of good management to enforce rules when parents are busy not being parents. Spare yourself the possible trip to the hospital and go see a movie or go for a walk.

by A Google User

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I had no expectations when I arrived to Jumpin Jax but was pleasantly surprised by how great is. It seems pretty popular and it was amazing for my 2 year old. I found it well staffed, clean and well run. My little guy spent hours running around developing his agility and coordination. I actually forgot my wallet full of cash on the counter and ran off to play with my son. Soon thereafter, one of the owners asked me if I had left my wallet on the counter and presented it to me. I was very pleased. I will try to bring my son here regularly .

by A Google User

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Jumping Jax is okay. The kids love it, I'm not a huge fan. Our first visit was when our son was just over a year. He had a good time in the toddler sized inflatable and we appreciated that it was for kids under 4. He is now just over 3 and we have been many times. The facility seems clean to me and the staff is somewhat attentive. BUT, I highly recommend, especially if you have little ones, to not visit during peak hours, like on the weekends or school holidays. The one time we went on a weekend it was a madhouse and I vowed I would never do that again. We typically go in the mornings during the week. This ensures that most of the kids there are under 5 and I don't have to worry about my kid being run over by big kids. FYI, most of the parents pay no attention to their kids once they are in there, so expect to have a problem here or there. Personally, I follow mine around like a hawk, especially since there is no check in or check out process and it my mind, it would be very easy for him to end up in the parking lot, or worse, if I didn't have my eyes on him at all times.

Some of the complaints I have read are not the fault of management, like other kids or parents behavior or parking lot safety. Cars get broken into at Court One and other places just as easily as they do here. I do wish management would set up some type of check in/out system for the safety of the kids, especially with the parking lot being so easily accessible to them. I also wish they would enforce the no running rule more, instead of just wandering around the floor.

All in all, if you go at the right time and have the right expectations, this is a great way to spend a cold winter morning.

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