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    I love coming here. Maybe since I’m not going with kids of my own and it’s just myself and other friends (all in the age group of 19-24), we’re not that concerned with how the young employees act. But honestly, I’ve been here quite a few times and I’ve never seen any older kids or young adults in the dodgeball court actually throwing balls at the younger kids for real. I myself have played tons of games with kids half my size/age and I have the self-awareness not to whip the ball at them; I’m sure I’m not the only one too. The only thing I wish about this place was that the older age court was bigger. Seeing as every time I’ve gone there it’s been mostly people older than 16 it seems like that one should be the biggest since they only allow one person on each trampoline.

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    I used to take a group of teenage boys from my church group here and they really enjoyed it. Unfortunately, Xtreme Trampoline now requires their permission/liability form to be filled out online, and it requires the parent of a minor to have a Driver’s License. The parents of several of the kids in my group do not have (and in some cases, for immigration reasons, are ineligible for) driver’s licenses. I called and was told that they would need the parents to then come in person to show ID, but since we live a pretty good distance that’s not practical. Unfortunately, we’ve had to take our business elsewhere because of this restrictive policy.

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    This is the funnest place. There are trampolines everywere. It’s a great place to take your kids for any ocassion. I gurantee they will want to come back. It is great excercise. There is also a pit that you can dive into and a section to play dodge ball.

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    So much fun cheap and safe

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    At an attempt to have a fun day with our six-year-old niece, we bought a Groupon to use at XTreme Trampolines for the day. From our arrival, we felt uncomfortable, as the entire staff was either indifferent to us and the other customers, or aggressive with us, as one particularly abrasive girl was. While we managed to ignore their poor customer service enough to have a nice time with our niece, I can’t help but be disappointed with our experience. Because the trampolines are divided by age, we were unable to jump together, unless it was in the dodgeball court (which quickly became too intense for a small child), or into the foam pit (where we spent most of our time waiting in a line). This setup may work for families with adults not interested in tramoplining alongside their children, but it was not conducive to our needs. In addition, the staff responsible for ensuring the safety of the children, save one employee, seemed more preoccupied with chatting amongst themselves than focusing on their tasks; their managers, loitering in the “manager’s office,” seemed equally unconcerned. Perhaps the Buffalo Grove location could offer a more welcoming environment? Unfortunately, our time at Carol Stream leaves me unwilling to find out.