In this section you’ll find information on the facilities at our trampoline parks.
Jump Street Non-slip socks must be worn at all times when jumping. These can be bought online when making a reservation, or at reception for £1.75. Once purchased, they are yours to keep and reuse.
SOCK SWAP: If you have bought non-slip socks from a rival trampoline park, we will exchange these for Jump Street regulation socks free of charge.
For weekends and school holidays it is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
You can check our timetable to see what sessions are on and when, then check availability by going to the online booking page and entering the date you plan to visit. It will then tell you what the availability is like for each of the time slots on that day. You can then go on to book and fill in the waiver online.
Please ensure you arrive 30 minutes ahead of your reserved time slot.
A signed Jump Street Waiver must be completed by all wishing to jump. You can complete the waiver online ahead of arrival to save time at check in.
Anyone under the age of 16 must have their waiver completed by a parent or guardian.
If you’re bringing other people’s children, their parents or guardian can complete the waiver online beforehand or you can complete it on their behalf as the acting guardian.
Our cafes are open whenever the parks are open and have a full menu of delicious, healthy and filling food that we think you’ll like. And no café is complete without a few sugary treats, so we’ve got that covered too!
For coffee connoisseurs, our baristas can skilfully prepare Cappuccinos, Lattes and Espressos amongst other hot beverages – all made from freshly ground coffee beans.
Sit down and relax in comfort with free wifi and a great spot to view all the bouncy fun taking place below.
If you have any special dietary requirements, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01206 911 033
There is ample free parking at all Jump Street sites.
You can stash your valuables in the free, secure lockers provided at Jump Street. The lockers work using a pin number that you create when you lock them, so there’s no need to bring change for the lockers.
Colchester – There is wheelchair access to all areas of Jump Street but not to partake in bouncing. There is a lift to the café and party rooms on the first floor. There is also a disabled loo on the ground floor.
Chelmsford – Wheelchair access to the park is tricky and the entrance to the park is up several deep steps. Inside there is wheelchair access but not to partake in bouncing. There is a lift to the café and party rooms on the first floor. There is also a disabled loo on the ground floor.