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Base Jump

Trampoline Parks, Indoor
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Location iconRayleigh
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Attraction Information

Base Jump is the largest trampoline park in the entire South East, boasting over 185 interlinked trampolines and 35,000 square feet of fun for all ages. It's not just for little ones; teenagers and adults will love it, too!

Base Jump offers more than any other trampoline park, including Ninja courses, battle beams that pit friend versus friend in a fun ‘fight', Base Jump platforms up to 2 metres high, and the UK's first trampoline half-pipe. Plus, Base Jump has a huge Freestyle Jump Arena, a 'Slam Dunk Lane' that combines basketball with trampolining, and three trampoline dodgeball courts.

Base Jump Family Hour is run every weekend and in the summer holidays on weekdays, from 9.00am to 10.00am so the whole family can bounce together! There are also toddler sessions every weekday in term time, a free soft play area for the little ones to explore and 1-hour daily Standard Jump sessions for everyone 4 and over!

For those who are slightly older, teen party nights are every Friday from 8.00pm – 10.00pm, with adult party night starting right after! Or if you want to get toned on a trampoline, Bounce EX is Base Jump's signature fitness class.

If you've bounced enough but your kids are still raring to go, why not sit with a coffee in Café Jump? With a viewing platform so you can see the whole park, you can enjoy your drink whilst they enjoy Base Jump!

Opening hours

Term Time
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 21:00
Saturday 09:00 - 20:00
Sunday 09:00 - 18:00

School Holidays
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 21:00
Saturday 09:00 - 20:00
Sunday 09:00 - 18:00

Location

Address

26a Brook Road,
Rayleigh,
Essex,
SS6 7XL,
England

Phone number

01268 777 700

Pricing

General Admission
All Ages from £12.00

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