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Metro Vancouver Trampoline Parks

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There are a number of indoor trampoline parks in Metro Vancouver including a couple of Extreme Air Parks.


Trampoline Parks in the Lower Mainland

Indoor trampoline parks are a fairly recent phenomenon here in the Lower Mainland with most being built around or since 2016. They are very popular and wonderful places to burn off energy, exercise, play with friends and spend time on rainy days.

Indoor trampoline park locations in Metro Vancouver include the following:


Extreme Air Parks

There are three Extreme Air Parks in the Lower Mainland including ones in Richmond, Langley and New Westminster. They are quite large – over 40,000 square feet – and feature a number of different activities.

Prices for Extreme Air Parks as of May, 2022, are about $17 for 1 hour, $19 for 90 minutes, $21 for 2 hours and $23 for unlimited jumping (but not with in and out privileges). Socks cost $3.

Click Extreme Air Parks for more details.


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Apex Adventure Plex

Apex Adventure Plex was a trampoline park located at 3810 Jacombs Road not from IKEA in Richmond.

As of 2020, general admission was $14.50 for half an hour, $19.50 for an hour, $24 for 90 minutes, $29 for 2 hours and $34 for unlimited time. Required socks cost less than $3.

Apex Adventure Plex was a fun trampoline park offering a wide variety of activities including bubble soccer, a parkour jumping area, basketball and a parachute pit. Unfortunately, it closed in 2020 because of COVID-19. As of mid-2022, the closure appears to be permanent (or at least, there’s no current plan for re-opening).

For more information click Apex Adventure Plex.


Leaping High at Apex Trampoline Park
Apex Trampoline Plex


About Trampoline Parks

Trampoline parks are massive indoor facilities full of trampolines, trampoline-related games and all kinds of bouncy activities.

A typical trampoline park has wide open spaces full of small individual square-shaped trampolines set out in a checkerboard pattern, as well as areas for basketball hoop shooting, jumping into foam pits or other fun soft things, and combat games like dodge ball.

Trampolines were first invented in the 1930’s and the world’s first modern-day trampoline park was created, in Las Vegas, in 2002. Today large scale trampoline parks exist all over the globe, including in the Lower Mainland.

The world’s original trampoline park company was Sky Zone and it was also one of Western Canada’s and Metro Vancouver’s first. (Note: Sky Zone in Metro Vancouver has been closed since 2019.)


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Other Information

For information about other great places and activities in the Lower Mainland check out any of the following:

For ideas on things to do outside the Lower Mainland see the websites WhatToDoInWhistler.ca and VictoriasBestPlaces.com.