ALL the Trampoline Parks in Grand Rapids (Local’s Guide)

best trampoline parks grand rapids

I would be the best trampoline park DJ in the world.

  • “I believe I can fly” by R. Kelly? Oh yeah, it’s on my playlist.
  • “Jump” by Kriss Kross? You know it (backward clothing optional).
  • “Jump” by Van Halen, “Levitating” by Dua Lipa, “Fly” by Sugar Ray, and “Jumpin’ Jumpin’” by Destiny’s Child? Check, check, check, check.

While I can’t vouch for the playlists at these places, this is the complete guide to all the trampoline parks in Grand Rapids. So get your grippy socks on, kids. We’re going to jump for the sky.

Map of Grand Rapid’s Trampoline Parks

The best trampoline park: Sky Zone

skyzone grand rapids

Sky Zone is the trampoline park that we go to the most. They aren’t going to wow you with the extra amenities like laser tag or edible food, but to me (and more importantly, my kids), they have the best trampoline activities.

There’s jousting and a zipline. Sky Zone has silks as well. And classics like basketball, dodgeball, and a sky ladder.

Sky Zone also has a jumping wall that small kids can launch themselves off, leaping into a bed of soft foam cubes a dozen feet below.

Older kids will appreciate “The Wall,” billed by Sky Zone as trampoline meets skateboarding vert ramp. Make sure you’ve got plenty of money in your HSA first.

  • Location: 3636 29th St SE, Kentwood, MI 49512
  • Website: Sky Zone

The best trampoline park on the NorthWest side: Altitude Trampoline Park

Altitude is another great park. They were neck and neck with Sky Zone for my best trampoline park award.

Their “main court” is a giant trampoline area that kids will find delightful.

Some unique offerings from Altitude include a battle beam, extreme dodgeball for older kids, and an excellent gymnastics tumble track. Altitude Trampoline Park also has “performance trampolines,” which are used for parkour-type movements.

And last but not least, Altitude has a trapeze swing that sways over those soft foam cubes. If you’ve ever told your children they would be perfect for the circus, this would be an excellent opportunity to put that to the test!

The most Xtreme trampoline park: Rebounderz

This place is Xtreme. The “Xtreme” Rebounderz branding runs through the park. I grew up in the ’90s listening to bands with dumb misspelled names like Staind, Def Leppard, and Limp Bizkit, so I am here for the spelling.

While at Rebounderz, you need to hop off the Jump Xtreme Tower. It’s a sixteen-foot hop onto one of those inflatable tarps. Sixteen feet doesn’t sound like that much till you’re at the top, waiting to jump off (gulp).

Aside from the trampoline zone, Rebounderz offers an array of other activities for you and your kiddos. Typical trampoline park offerings like arcade games, trampoline basketball, and dodgeball are all here.

Rebounderz also has fun, unique activities like human foosball, a mini escape room, and a ninja course.

  • Location: 7500 Cottonwood Dr, Jenison, MI 49428
  • Website: Rebounderz

The newest trampoline park: Launch

launch trampoline park

Launch is new to Grand Rapids, having launched in November of 2022.

It’s a good spot, with a handful of cool-looking arcade games like giant “hungry, hungry, hippos” (kids get to sit on the hippos) and a massive claw machine game. Launch also has a small playground with a couple of twisting slides for younger kids.

In the center of the trampoline zone, a four-sided rock wall is a big hit with kids.

They also have standard trampoline park activities like basketball, joust, large jump areas, and a tightrope.

  • Location: 3681 28th St SE Suite B, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
  • Website: Launch

The most amenities: Craig’s Cruisers

Like the Great Wall of China, I’m pretty sure Craig’s Cruisers is one of those human-made objects that satellites can see from outer space. The place would make an Amazon warehouse blush.

The interior (they also have outdoor attractions) of Craig’s Cruisers is over 120,000 square feet. Imagine the heating bills.

Craig’s cruisers have been serving up family fun for decades, and I have fond memories of mini-golfing and playing at the arcade as a teenager. Now, after twenty years and several significant additions, Craig’s Cruisers is the place for family fun.

If you’re strictly looking for trampolining activities, Craig’s Cruisers is not your best choice. They’ve got a nice trampoline area, but it’s not as expansive as the other places.

But if you’re looking for trampolines, a huge arcade, an indoor roller coaster, a zipline (hundreds of feet in the air, not for me), indoor and outdoor go-carts, and much more, give Craig’s Cruisers a look. You’ll be glad you did.

One more selling point for Craig’s Cruisers – the food is good. They have an all-you-can-eat pizza, pasta, and salad buffet. The pizzas come out every few minutes and taste like they came from a pretty good pizza place.

(As for every other place on this list, they have small cafes that typically sell pizza, slushies, bagged chips, and soda. Think gas station food. You won’t find me eating at them.)

A note about pricing:

Please note that at most of these places, the entry price grants admission to the trampoline park, but extra activities usually require an additional fee. I’ve seen more straightforward timeshare pitches, so it’s best to check their website first. That way, you’re prepared for any additional costs.

Protip: I’ve also found it typically makes the most financial sense to pick your favorite park and buy an unlimited annual pass. Usually, this only costs the price of a couple of admissions.