All jumpers must watch safety videos before entering!
All participants must have a completed waiver on file!
Minors under age 18 must have a waiver signed by parents or legal guardians.
 

general safety rules :

Obey Court Attendants instructions at all times.
Exercise good judgment.
Act in a responsible manner.
Obey all oral, written, verbal warnings.
Understand risks of participation.
Know and jump within your physical limits.
Remove jewelry - not responsible for lost or damaged items.
Children under age 7 must be supervised by adult age 18+ at all times.
Weight limit 275 pounds.

Don't leave children under age 12 unattended in the facility.
Don't jump while under influence of drugs or alcohol.
Don't bring food, drinks, gum or tobacco onto trampoline deck.
Don't jump with medical conditions to include but not limited to.*
Don't land on head or neck.
Recent surgery, injuries, wearing cast or brace, and pregnancy.

* preexisting medical conditions, circulatory conditions, heart of lung conditions, back or neck conditions, high blood pressure, any history of spine, musculoskeletal or head injury.

* Don't jump had a recent surgery or injury of any kind, if wearing a cast or brace of any kind, or if pregnant.

*THE LIST ABOVE IS NOT ALL-INCLUSIVE AND WE CANNOT LIST ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES THAT MAY LEAD TO INJURY. PLEASE CONSULT A PHYSICIAN PRIOR TO JUMPING REGARDING ALL MEDICAL CONDITIONS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO; ASTHMA, DIABETES, PREGNANCY, ETC.

 

Injury Rates :

Jumping on trampolines, jumping into foam pits and otherwise using equipment in a trampoline park is inherently dangerous, not unlike any other extreme sport.  Participants and parents must accept these risks, and also take responsibility for following posted rules to minimize these risks.  Our staff is well trained and our equipment is designed to make the facility as safe as possible, but notwithstanding all that we do, we cannot eliminate the risk of injury.

Here are some statistics comparing trampoline injuries in a significantly large facility in a major metropolitan area with other popular sports:

 

 

 

 

 

*Source:
American Academy of Pediatrics Journal, “Survey of the Injury Rate for Children in Community Sports”, Marirose A. Radelet, Scott M Lephart (PhD), Elaine N. Runbinstein (PhD), and Joseph B. Myers (PhD), Pediatrics 2002; 110; e28; DOI: 10.1542/ped.110.3.e28 

 

*Source: Neiss Data Highlights 2012: http://www.cpsc.gov/Research–Statistics/NEISS-Injury-Data/

 

 

 
 

 

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