Jump City Review
We have been to Jump City a few times, but I have never written my review.
My daughter has really enjoyed her bounce time and meeting friends. Jump City offers several Pop-N-Play times throughout the week. They offer a limited schedule during the school year but offer more days and times on school days off, breaks, and over the summer.
Their inflatables are split into two rooms connected by a hallway. During Pop-N-Play, kids are free to go between the rooms and as the supervising parent, you need to transfer with them. They don’t have a ton of seating so every time you move you risk losing your seat especially if it is crowded. The last time I was there (Martin Luther King Jr Day), I had several friends there so we ended up splitting the rooms between us. I preferred the setup when we attended an open jump session at Pump it Up and we moved between rooms at a scheduled time. I also prefer the open schedule at Xtreme Bounce Zone where you are not tied to a specific 90 minute jump time.
I honestly cannot remember if they had internet access for the parents. I tend to bring my iPad and can work offline using my iPhone to look things up online if I am without WiFi.