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Metro Vancouver Trampoline Parks

Sky Wars Warrior at Sky Zone

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


As of late March, 2020, health authorities have advised that people stay home as much as possible and that venues where 50 or more people gather be closed until further notice. As a result, most attractions within the Vancouver region have closed temporarily and this includes trampoline parks. Before making a reservation, be sure to confirm first with the venue whether it is open for business and what their cancellation policy is.

To learn more about how the coronavirus is affecting attractions and other places of interest in the region click Vancouver and COVID-19 Closures & Cancellations.

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:

Apex Adventure Plex

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

General admission is $13 for half an hour, $18 for an hour, $23 for 90 minutes and $28 for 2 hours. Socks cost $2 and all prices include taxes.

Apex Adventure Plex is a fun trampoline park offering a wide variety of activities including bubble soccer, a parkour jumping area, basketball and a parachute pit.

For more information click Apex Adventure Plex.

Leaping High at Apex Trampoline Park
Apex Trampoline Plex

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 are about $15 for 1 hour, $17 for 90 minutes, $19 for 2 hours and $21 for unlimited jumping (but not with in and out privileges). Socks cost $3.

Click Extreme Air Parks for more details.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park

(NOTE: As of January 2019 Sky Zone in Surrey is CLOSED.)

Sky Zone is the world’s original large-scale trampoline park and one of Western Canada’s first. Their facility in the Lower Mainland was a fabulous one located at 11125 124th Street in Surrey not far from the Pattullo Bridge near New Westminster.

Built in 2016, Surrey Sky Zone was a modern 30,000-square-foot facility with multiple activity zones. At Sky Zone there are trampoline areas to play dodgeball and basketball on, a foam pit to jump into, foam-ball Sky Wars games and row upon row of trampolines to bounce on.

Unfortunately, in early 2019, Sky Zone’s landlord terminated their lease.

Before it shut down Sky Zone was competitively priced compared to other trampoline parks. Half an hour cost just $5, an hour was $12, 90 minutes cost $16 and unlimited jumping was $20. Discounted multi-jump packages were also usually available.

Another nice thing about Surrey Sky Zone was the fact that it was conveniently located just a short walk from the Scott Road Sky Train Station.

For more information click Sky Zone Trampoline Park.

Sky Wars Warriors at Sky Zone
Sky Wars players at Surrey Sky Zone

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.

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Other Information

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