UK & Europe's BEST Trampoline Parks

Jump Giants Trampoline Parks are cutting-edge indoor entertainment, fitness and sports facilities unlike anything you have ever experienced. Offering fun for the entire family, our parks are located in Thurrock, West London and Loughborough and combined offer 125,000 square feet of jumping surfaces, including Foam Zones with launch pads, Tumble Runs, Junior Zones, Dodgeball Courts and Basketball Slam Dunk Lanes. That’s not to mention our Battle Beams! 



Get Your BOUNCE On

Whether you come for Dodgeball, Slam Dunk, aerobics or just bounce around, Jump Giants has something to offer for everyone. That’s right, we said everyone! Jumpers and spectators are welcome to take advantage of the great selection of food and drink we offer to stay refreshed.

Open Jump

Our trampoline arenas feature over 100 interconnecting trampolines, including the famous angled wall trampolines, launching decks, Foam Zones with launch pads, extreme Dodgeball courts, Slam Dunk Basketball, Junior Jump Zones and Battle Beams!

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Battle Beams

Grab your pugil stick and take on your friends in a precarious duel on our Battle Beams! A gladiator-style game of enjoyable yet competitive combat, the first person to knock the other off the beam wins. Simple yet great fun!

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Dodgeball

Jump Giants Dodgeball is the latest craze to hit the UK. Available anytime during the week, you can play a game with friends or family. You can even join a team on the day for an open dodgeball match, which is great fun for players of all ability levels.

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Basketball

Why not try and shoot some three-pointers with a little help from our 16ft tumble trampolines? Use the runway in our arena to Open Jump your way to the hoop before slam dunking your basketball to feel like you’re 7ft tall!

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Foam Zone

Looking for somewhere to try out new flips and tricks? Then welcome to the Foam Zone, with launch pads and a pool of 15,000 foam cubes that is four feet deep!

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