Big Air Trampoline Park in Chandler, Arizona is one of the areas newest trampoline parks. While this park has some of the features you’re familiar with, there are several more unique features you won’t find at other similar parks.
Thinking about checking it out? Here’s everything you need to know before you go.
There are 15 attractions at Big Air Trampoline Park so there is something to do for everyone.
Big Slam: features 2 basketball hoops with trampolines in front to get those slam dunks in
Main Court: the largest trampoline area
Foam Pit: jump on the trampolines straight into the foam pits
Toddler Time: this trampoline area is exclusively reserved for ages 6 and under so you don’t have to worry about the big kids
Battlebeam: grab your friend and battle it out over the foam pit. Knock your friend into the foam pit to win
Big Bruiser: this is such for for the kids and the staff can make the bull go different speeds to accomodate the different ages.
Rock Wall: get harnessed up and climb the various rock walls unique to Big Air
Warp Wall: there are 3 sizes of warp walls to master, right next to the rock wall
Love this place. Very clean. Plenty of staff watching the children at all times. Massage chairs for adults to sit and enjoy while kids play. Very affordable. Definitely bringing my kids here more often.– Natalie L.
Valo Jump: This video game requires you to jump and move around on the trampoline in front of the TV. You see yourself on the TV and inside the game. When the game finishes, you can email yourself a copy of the video. This can be a 1 or 2 person game.
Dodgeball: just as it sounds, a large dodgeball area with a semi-elevated center court with plenty of dodgeballs to go around
The Gauntlet: this ninja style course is a bit hit. It has 3 obstacle areas to overcome, each with their own unique features
Ziplines: another popular area are the 2 ziplines. Sit on a ball and zip to the other side (again and again and again!)
Rubik’s Cube Wall: located with the rock wall, harness up and try climbing the giant Rubik’s cube.
The Vault: each person stands on their own pad and has to jump over or duck under the moving beams. (Don’t worry…the beam is soft so even if they miss, it won’t hurt. The staff also controls the speed.)
Tickets & Pricing
There are 3 options for paying:
- Pay by the hour
- Pay by the day
- Monthly memberships
Hourly pricing is as follows:
1 hour of jump: $17.99 ($11.99 for ages 3-6)
2 hours of jump: $23.99 ($15.99 for ages 3-6)
All day jump is $26.99 ($17.99 for ages 3-6)
Best trampoline park in the Chandler area I’ve seen so far. My son loves coming here at least once a week so we tried the monthly membership they offer. Lots if employees around to help watch kids and clean equipment.– John D.
If you want to bring your kids regularly, a membership is a better option and pays for itself quickly. This gives you 2 hours of jump time, 7-days a week.
Note: If you are just watching, you do not have to pay.
Deals, Discounts & Coupons
Here are a few tips to save you money when you go:
- Visit on Tuesdays for a Buy 1 Hour, Get 1 Hour deal
- Visit on Wednesdays and get an all day pass for $20
- Buy passes on Groupon here
- Check the Big Air Trampoline Park Chandler Facebook page for deals around the holidays
- Sign-up for a monthly membership
- See all the current deals here
Toddler Time: From 1-3pm on Wednesdays, bring your toddler for only $9 (ages 6 and under)
Homeschool Jump: Homeschooled students can visit for 2 hours for $10 from 1-3pm
Cosmic Nights: Fridays and Saturdays from 7 – 9:30pm, the lasers and club lights come out and the music is turned up for a night of fun jump time
From our experience during our visit, the staff all seemed happy to be working there and actually enjoying themselves. There were a lot of staff, despite not a large number of kids, who were regularly rotating “stations” to watch each of the attractions.
They also engaged with the kids and seemed to enjoy seeing the kids have fun. This was definitely noticeable as compared to other trampoline parks.
Hours & When to Go
The Chandler location is open:
Monday – Thursday: 11am – 7pm
Friday – Saturday: 1pm – 9:30pm
Sunday: 11pm – 8pm
Always make sure to check the website before visiting in case there are special hours or a change in hours due to a holiday or other special event.
Big Air Trampoline Park is located in Ocotillo Plaza at: 2840 S Alma School Rd, Chandler, AZ 85286
Good to Know Before You Go
- You are required to wear the (bright orange) Big Air Trampoline socks. Socks from other parks are not allowed. Socks are $3 / pair, however, you can exchange socks from other parks at no cost.
- There is 1 trampoline area specifically dedicated to kids 6 and under
- There is food and drink available for sale onsite including pizza and snacks
- No outside food is allowed in the park
- There is a seating area with several tables as well as a bar-style seating area facing the park
- Several outlets are available for use if you want to bring your computer or charge your phone
- 1 hour goes by really fast. Unless you’re in a rush or get bored waiting for the kids, having 2 hours to be able to do all the attractions is nice
- There is a family bathroom with a toddler toilet and changing station.
- Several party rooms are available
- Free wifi is available
Things to Do Near Big Air Trampoline Park Chandler
- Climb aboard the trains at Arizona Railway Museum (4 minutes away)
- Have fun at the barn-yard style playground, Playtopia, at Tumbleweed Park (5 minutes away)
- Let the kids burn off some energy at Lantana Ranch Park playground (6 minutes away)
- Relax at Veteran’s Oasis Park (11 minutes away)
- Have a picnic and play at the huge playground at Gilbert Regional Park (13 minutes away)
- Try to spot the burrowing owls at Zanjero Park (13 minutes away)
- Cool off at the fun and cheap pool at Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center (15 minutes away)