Kids (and adults🙂) can’t get enough of Flying Squirrel Trampoline Park in Everett. It’s got everything you need for a family fun adventure. If trampolines alone aren’t a big enough draw, there is so much more to keep your kids busy.
Try your hand at the battle beam. Test your skills on the dunk hoops. Catch some air and land on an air bag. Give the tetherball court a try. Go higher than airborne on the Kinetix climbing wall (there’s one for smaller kids too!). Get your bounce on in the bounce house. Catch your breath with a round of mini golf. Take an extended break at the arcade. If you’re more advanced, give the performance trampolines a try! For parents of smaller children, you’ll love the separate play area for kids under 6 years old.
No outside food allowed, but there’s a cafe that offers a variety of kid-friendly food and a bar for the adults with a television if there’s a game on.
Note to self
Children 6 years and younger are classified as toddlers and qualify for the toddler rate. Children under 2 years old can jump for free, with a paying adult.
For parents who need to be a bit closer to the kids, there’s a “parent” wristband that is free – it allows you to be on the trampolines to help your kids, but you can’t jump.
Don’t bring valuables if you’re planning to be out on the trampolines. If you must, there are lockers that require a one-time use fee or cubbies that are not secured, but free.
Trampoline grip socks are required – buy them there or bring a pair from another trampoline park.
Flying Squirrel offers socks for $3.50.
We didn’t see a baby changing table in the bathroom