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Freestyle Trampoline Parks & Soft Play

Trampoline Parks, Indoor
Profile iconAll Ages
Location iconKirkby-in-Ashfield
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Kids playing at Freestyle Trampoline Parks in Kirkby In Ashfield

Attraction Information

Love trampolining? Go big! Have the bounce of your life at Freestyle Trampoline Parks, currently the largest indoor trampoline park in the East Midlands. With over 400 strobe, disco & LED lights, you’ll definitely feel the party vibe! Anyone is welcome to join in on the fun, regardless of age.

With 150 interconnected trampolines, you’ll be bouncing off the walls until you’ve got no energy left to spare! Take the chance to try 8 different, fun-filled activities, including a climbing wall, dodgeball, basketball & volleyball courts, and a humongous 40ft inflatable airbag. We told you, you’ll go big at Freestyle Trampoline Parks...

Whether you’re after spending time with your tots, getting fit, or simply bouncing for fun, you’ll find a session to suit your needs. You won’t have to worry about your tiny jumpers’ safety either. The staff at the trampoline park hold paediatric first aid certificate, which means you and your little ones will be in safe hands.

  • Largest trampoline park in the East Midlands
  • Paediatric first aid certified staff
  • Budget-friendly day out

Opening hours

Pre-School Session
Term Time
Monday to Friday 9:30 - 16:00
School Holidays
Monday to Friday 9:00 -11:00
Open Jump Session 
Term Time
Monday to Friday 16:00 - 19:00 
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 - 19:00  
School Holidays
Monday to Friday 11:00 - 19:00 

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes


General Admission
Toddler Sessions from £5.95
Open Jump Sessions: From £9.95
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Low Moor Road,
NG17 7LJ,

Phone number

01623 709510


FAQ & Additional Information

Additional Info


Please wear something comfortable and any items of clothing do not have any sharp objects on them.

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