|Related:||urban air rockwall|
|Address:||8711 Magnolia Ave #300, Santee, CA 92071, USA|
|Working:||1–8PM 1–8PM 1–8PM 1–8PM 1–9PM 8AM–9PM 10AM–8PM|
Wanna feel like a kid again? Wanna feel the next day that you are no where near to being a kid again?! Man o man... had a BLAST here with the gromz this past weekend. We had a stressful day of catching up on homework and cleaning after the Christmas hoopla, and festivities and were in desperate need of a restart... The price is a little steep... $14 for my 12 year old, $12 for my 5 year old and $10 for a parent to play... that gave us 90 minutes of pure and unadulterated fun. My son went for the trampolines first of course... he played dodge ball and jumped off the walls, did back flips and somersaults. Fiona and I decided to race down the slides, over and over again... little rascal beat me every time. There is also an inflatable obstacle course that she raced through a few times along with a slide jungle gym. You have to be 45 lbs to climb the rock wall so my little wasnt big enough but my big got up and down that sky scraper a few times with no trouble. We had a little family bounce fun on the trampoline for a while also... ALL WHILE ROCKING OUT TO RANCID!!! HELL YEAH! They did Friday night Lights too where they turned off the big lights and turned on the neon and dancing lights and turned up the music!!! Over all we had a blast. There is an area for little ones too with a hammock also a couple VIP looking areas with a wii dance game. The next day I can tell you I was reminded exactly how many years over 30 I really am...
What a great place for my kids birthday party! They had so much fun and I had so much fun not worrying about doing a whole lot of work. Booking the birthday party for my seven year old and ten friends was fairly easy with Urban Jungle Fun Park. I did everything through the website and received a confirmation email and call. On the day of the party, check in was easy for all the kids and parents. The UJFP check in system is pretty tight. When it came time to begin their 90 minutes of play we simply release them into the giant playground structure and they choose what they want to, including rock/wall climbing, giant slide, obstacle course, trampolines and more. Meanwhile, their is a place for parents to hang out and watch TV or get on your computer. They provide WiFi. When its time for the party we have our own private party room where we can close the door for a bit of quiet while singing happy birthday, presenting presents and eating. This was such an easy birthday party!
Music was highly innapropriate for kids, it ruined the envionment for me. Many songs had implications and even crude language. Wont be coming here again. Several of the children there also had congested coughs and were sick. Overall, the play structures were great (besides the bare boned toddler room with no door to keep toddlers in), but the adult music and sick kids cralwing in close quarters was a big turn off. The ppl there were very friendly though, and it has a great playground that will tire out your kids and let them get all their energy out. Its not geared for kids who are under two and a half around though. If they want to improve, just change the darn music, make sure the kids are healthy before coming in, and actually make a real room for toddlers to play in with actual toys and not some "space" to write off them having a "toddler area". With those changes, this would be a five star review.
The kids had fun running, climbing, and sliding through obstacle courses, playing trampoline dodge ball, and rock climbing. You pay to play by the hour. There are a limited number of things that small kids can do. Grip socks, no matter your childs age, are required for playing. They can be purchased there for $2.50 a pair. There are plenty of places for the parents to sit down and zone out on TV until their kids play time is up. They also have 3 small rooms for birthday parties. From their website I got the illusion that this was a very large place, but its not. For what they charge, if it were bigger, I wouldve given it more stars.
Ive gone here twice with my family and both times was a blast. If youre going with young ones I highly suggest going on a weeknight when its less busy, so they can have access to the trampolines. We went on a Friday night recently and my 2 year old nephew wasnt able to go on the trampolines for at least half an hour, which is forever to a toddler. I also have to highly commend them- I was worried that my brother, who is a bit bigger than average, may not have been able to jump with his son. But alas, there were no issues on that front :)
The second we walked in I suddenly had no worries, no thoughts of bills, Work, or what to make for dinner. The excitement just grew as I scanned from the trampolines, to slides, an obstacle course, and much more. I was taking my shoes off getting ready to run in until I hear "daddy daddy... Im ready to play." It was then that I snapped back into reality! I give it a 5, great place for ages 3 and up. Theres so much to do they Dont get board, but after 90 minuets my 3 year old was wore out. Urban Jungle made me feel like a kid again.
The first time we came here was April 2016 and it was very fun with no restrictions for the trampoline. The 2nd time was today Jan 1 2017 and we couldnt jump on the trampoline with our kids at once like before. The guy told us he doesnt know who let us do it but the rules are very strict and enforced. Dont waste your time and money its not for adults and kids only kids. My son is 6yrs old and was told because he didnt look 6yrs old that he had to wait to jump with the 7yr old to 12yr olds. Discrimination at its finest.
Decent prices for how much the children actually get to do! They have it so parents can pay to play or just sit and watch. Theres plenty of seating with views of everything, so you can keep an eye on your little ones. Bring your special grip socks, or buy some there. When we went the bathrooms were flooding, the toddler area was closed down due to this, then the other bathroom backed up. They had staff very actively working on the situation. I dont like the gate situation, kids were coming and going as they pleased.
The curly haired ugly rep in the front had an ugly sarcastic smile and was very rude. Forced to buy their socks when I brought grip socks of my own. Charged me extra for my daughter who is only 1 and NOT able to rock climb. When trying to explain to her my child was too small to climb, she got rude and sarcastic and had the stupid look on her face. She should get a job cleaning toilets so she can get the same kind of poop that she dishes out. Very bad customer service. Very ugly on the inside.
My grandsons, who are now 13 and 7, have enjoyed coming here for years. This visit my 7-year old had a minor injury. The man running the front desk got him some ice packs, and within a few minutes he was back on the trampoline. The man overseeing the trampolines was great with the kids, making sure everyone jumped safely and had a good time. This is a great indoor play place for kids with professional, friendly staff. Groupon frequently has discounted deals on admission.