Manchester trampoline parks are springing up everywhere – undoubtedly the fastest growing sport in the region.
Offering fun and exercise for people of all ages, they are great for an hour out with the family and the perfect base for a children’s party.
Chances are that a new trampoline park will bounce into your neighbourhood before you know it. In the meantime, our directory to Manchester trampoline parks should help you find the perfect place for you.
Manchester trampoline parks directoryAirvault Trampoline Park, Bolton
Address: Unit A 1002, Westhoughton Industrial Estate, Bolton, Greater Manchester BL5 3XU
Phone: 01204 357700
Address: 4 Labtec St, Pendlebury, Manchester M27 8SE
Phone:0161 794 0677
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Address: Riverpark Trading Estate, Riverpark Rd, Manchester M40 2XP
Phone:0161 850 4010
Address: Trafford Park, Textilose Rd, Manchester M17 1WA
Phone:0161 710 2360
Address: Unit 3 Chetham Court, Winwick Quay, Warrington WA2 8RF
Phone:01925 415 103
Altrincham Trampoline Park: Jump XTreme, Broadheath.
Oxygen Freejumping: Powerleague, Trafford and Wigan (end of summer 2016)
Manchester Trampoline Parks reviewed by Dadsdayoff.co.uk
8 tips for getting the best out of your time at Manchester trampoline parks… and bouncing safely
1. Buy your special set of non-slip trampoline socks once and then keep them in the car (having washed them of course). At around £3 a pop, the cost of buying a new pair every time you bounce will mount up.
2. Avoid peak times if at all possible. It could be cheaper and there’s less likelihood of bouncing into a little person.
3. Don’t plan on going anywhere posh after your trampoline session. You WILL get sweaty. You WILL smell.
4. Lockers are often provided, but it’s still best to leave loose belongings at home.
5. Don’t dress to impress. Imagine you’re going to the gym and wear the appropriate clobber.
6. DO watch the safety film. Or at least follow the instructions. Trampolining cam be dangerous and you don’t want to end up in A&E if at all possible.
7. Eat AFTER you’ve had your trampolining session rather than before. Make sure it’s only you that bounces, and not your dinner.
8. Try not to bounce on the brightly coloured bits between the trampolines. Those bits are hard and your knees will let you know it.