|Address:||7700 York Ave S, Edina, MN 55435, USA|
|Working:||9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–9PM 9AM–6PM|
Took my 3 year old nephew there, and we had an absolute blast. I loved that adults can go into the tree play area with allowing you to have fun with the kid(s) whIle also having fun yourself. There were so many nooks and tunnels and slides and places to go, and it went higher and higher up for those kids looking for even more adventure. There is also just an open court that had hoola hoops, and little hand functioning bicycles, and basketball courts. There is food there if you need it... we spent 3 hours there very easily! If I was to pick any downfall it was that there wasnt someone staffed in the play area to ensure all kids were wearing socks (and no shoes), and that they were not climbing up the slides. But the area does say a parent is supposed to accompany, so they are assuming the parents will do this. GREAT space... we were very very impressed!
This indoor park is huge so big they have 2 separate areas both with bouncy houses. One is for the bigger kids and the other for the little ones. They have a gated area for babies and toddlers. Their really is something to do for all ages like 2 basket ball hoops for older kids. A great place for birthday parties, book ahead theyre are a popular birthday spot. $7.50 to get in and if you want to swim there is an additional fee, sorry I do not know that cost. They also have days with live music and interactive childrens shows. There is food available either their own counter or a mini convience store which is less expensive. Yearly member ship available or a 10 visit punch card. If you visit often I would suggest the yearly member ship. Kids 13 and older get in free.
I took my 4 year old son here twice. The first time was a blast. The second time there were so many kids it was very dangerous. My son started crying and screaming "help" for me and it took me a long time to fight my way through all tunnels and stairs of rowdy kids to get to the top of the play park. As an adult I was even getting pushed and shoved by dozens of kids as I tried to reach my son. They should put restrictions on how many kids are allowed in. They should also have certain hours for certain age groups. My son couldnt even enjoy the bouncy house because there were kids three times his size in there being rowdy. Not taking my son here ever again unless they make it safer.
Just awesome! While visiting November 2014, we took our then almost 4 & 2 year old here to play one morning. It is fantastic. The climbing area was a bit much for my 2 year old, but my four year old did great. All the slides within it make it so much fun. Oddly enough, after about 30 minutes, we walked over to the gym area and they didnt want to leave! There was the bounce house and all the ride on toys and balls to play with and space to run around. They had a blast. And, there was ample seating for parents to sit and watch or have fun with the kiddos. Clean and open feeling. Great place! Wish we had something like this in the South!!
This park is great for kids in the 3-10 year old range. There is a tall climbing and play area with multiple slides to use, platforms to scale, and obstacles to manuever around. There is also a gymnasium area that has a bounce house, cycles, basketball hoops, and more for the kids. There are also snacks available and the prices are fair. The price was--to us--high unless you plan on staying 3 or 4 hours--$7.50 per kid. The only other negative is something the park cant control--rude kids and rude parents.
My 5 year old and 3 year old nephews had a blast!!! Honestly, so did my brother and I! We were all crawling through and sliding down - quite a work out! As someone else has warned, beware bringing your phone into the climbing area, they frequently fall out down slides and while climbing. Also beware if youre tall - the ceilings are short on the landing of some of the slides so if you try to stand up right away you will get a beam to the noggin and some nasty whiplash. Land on your bum not your feet :)
This is a great indoor park to bring your children to in the colder weather. We recently had our daughters birthday party here and it went off without a hitch. The hard part about this place is that it gets BUSY! When you have a toddler it makes it much more difficult because there is a limited amount that they can do before being plowed over by kids running at mach 10 through everywhere they can. Well likely be back but more than likely we will be waiting until she is a bit older.
My daughter is 14-months-old, so we took her inside the play area for younger children. The area was dirty and bigger children would frequently come on that side and swing on the fence and/or do flips off of it onto the play area. One older girl flipped onto the play area and ended up kicking my daughter in the head. There needs to be employees that montor that area. Also, someone really needs to clean the cracks between the matts.
Neat indoor park in Bloomington. Adults are free and child rate was around 5 bucks after 5. Lots of seating area to watch your youngins. Or you can even join them, but theres really only 2 main play areas - a gigantic tree house area and also basketball court with lower hoops so you can dunk (or get dunked on) like a champ. Pro tip - Google maps places you in the front complex area but parking is in the rear.
Lots of activities for any age. The entry fee was on par with all of the amenities offered. Basketball, push toys, large multilevel climbing structure with many slides. The toddler area had a few blocks, a few interactive wall toys, and a small climbing structure slides and large slide. The number of kids there allows for a lot of interaction, but may be over stimulating for some. Return visits are a must.
This is a great place to bring kids to get some energy out. They have a large climber for the older kids and its roomy enough for most adults to follow after their younger ones; a smaller, gated area for the really little ones; and a big open gym area with basketballs, scooters, and a basic bounce house. Not much for the parents to do, but plenty of seating. All for under $10/kid.
Very fun place for kiddos around 7 and under. I have a 4 year old and a 1 year old. There is a nice separate area for little ones, 2 bouncy houses, and the gym is SO cool. My kids love it! We go often. I would warn against busy days (any days with school off) for little ones. It gets pretty roudy and the older kids do not watch out for the little ones.
We absolutely loved it here. Today was a cold winter day, and I wanted to find something new and fun for the kids (2 and 4 years old). I stumbled across this on Explore Minnesota. Glad I did! It is inexpensive, easy to get to and an absolute blast. I think I may have had as much or more fun than the kids. We will be coming back again!