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1411 Village Way Orange County, CA 92705
Disclosure: We received admission to Rockin' Jump for review purposes. All opinions are our own.
The kids love trampoline parks. They are a great place to have fun, work out energy,
and do cool tricks. Rockin' Jump Orange County is the ultimate trampoline park that
combines trampolines trampolines, foam pits, and a rock climbing feature all into one
big place to have fun as a family. They do require all jumpers to purchase and wear
a pair of reusable Rockin' Socks. No other outside socks are allowed.
But it's so much more than just a trampoline park - it's a birthday party destination!
There are private party rooms, a lounge where parents and pooped out jumpers can
catch their breath, and event a cafe to fuel your body so you're ready for more jumping.
Grace loved the foam cube pits. She could practice her balance on the beam and have
fun jousts with her big brother. We were there on an afternoon when there weren't many
people. The X-Beam has rules about jousting with those of your own size and legal
hits and such, but since the kids had the beam to themselves, they just had a good
time playing around with one another.
There were lots and lots trampolines for a lot of jumping space. Each of my kids jumped
to their heart's content and always had their own space for bouncing all over the place.
They never complained that there wasn't anything to do. We've had that happen to us
at other jump parks, so that was refreshing.
This part of Rockin' Jump was Grace's favorite. It had three trampolines that launched
you into onto an air-filled stunt bag. It was a really cool attraction and loved doing her
cool tricks into the bag and then starting all over again.
The Vertigo Climbing Tower was a favorite with Isabella. She climbed it a handful of
times while we were there. When you get to the top, you can ring the buzzer to let
everyone know that you made it. I think there were 6 different spots for climbers, so
you could race your friends to the top and the wait was never too long.
There were also Slam Dunk Zones and Dodge Ball Arenas. JT had fun showing off his
basketball dunking skills in the Slam Dunk Zone. We didn't really play dodge ball, but
there were other guests in there having a great time.
The VIP birthday area had Isabella begging to have her birthday party at Rockin' Jump.
It's on the same floor as the attractions and even has a cool balloon drop above your
head. It definitely looks like a fun place to have your birthday party.
We also happened to be there on a Neon Jumpnight and it was so cool! The lights go
out, the strobe lights and black lights come on and the music is pumping. You definitely
want to white or glow-in-the-dark clothes to make it even more fun. Isabella loved
climbing the Vertigo Climbing Tower while all the cool light effects were going.
Neon Jumpnight is super cool and I guarantee that everyone will love it! My kids said
it was their favorite part of our jump time. Grace was in her element with the music
and she was dancing all over the place. I couldn't keep her in one place. She went from
one attraction to the other and had a fabulous time.
We had a blast at Rockin' Jump Orange County and the kids can't wait to get back.
I will definitely be looking into having Isabella's birthday there.
Rockin' Jump Orange County is located at
1411 S. Village Way Santa Ana, CA 92705 Telephone: 714-249-7676