How is Inclusive Adventure different from Open Jump sessions?
We close off the park to the general public to create a more spacious and less busy Adventure Zone
Flashing lights are turned off
Music is off or turned down low and musical requests can be made
Friendly staff at hand
Required carers join in free of charge
If you are unable to make these sessions, please feel free to come and enjoy our park at another time. Give us a call and staff members can advise quieter periods.
Jump Adventure has no steps to enter the building
Facilities include – reception area, safety briefing area, Adventure Deck, toilets (including easy access toilet), café and first aid room.
Our Adventure deck is accessible by carpeted steps with a railing. Our café is on the first floor and accessible by staircase. We can provide tables, chairs and service in the downstairs area. Toilets are easily accessible with no steps.
All steps in the park are marked with a yellow strip to identify changes in level. All trampolines in the main area are black with red borders to identify the edge of the trampoline.
We recommend discussing participation with a medical professional prior to booking. Those with Down’s Syndrome or those with neck instability are advised to ask a medical professional to perform a simple screening test regarding Atlanto Axial Instability before participating in trampoline activities.