Welcome to Urban Jump Trampoline Park
WE'RE OPEN AGAIN & BOUNCING RIGHT BACK!
The Government announced a heightening of social distancing restrictions on 9th September by launching its new 'Rule of 6' mandate. Basically, all this means to you is that we'll now have to limit individual group sizes to 6 people or fewer (with exceptions for cohabiting family groups).
The centre will continue to operate exactly as we have since our re-opening and we'll still be enforcing all of our new health & safety procedures to make sure that your safety remains our priority, as it always has been and always will be.
For more information on the Rule of 6, click here to check out the Government's COVID19 web site.
We're delighted to have just been awarded TripAdvisor's coveted 2020 Travellers' Choice Award. The award recognises businesses that consistently receive a high volume of exceptional customer feedback reviews.
As we continue to bounce back your reviews and feedback are more important than ever so please keep submitting them 🙏🏼
We're absolutely over the moon that what we do, you love. Thank you all so much ❤️👏🏽
Richard & Hayley
Proud Owners of Urban Jump Trampoline Park
Family run, family fun
There's so much to do in our trampoline arena. Free style foam pits, climbing walls, balance beam, interactive challenge, basketball hoops & a full size dodge ball court.
We've got a range of party packages to choose from, there's a host of food & drink options. Party balloons can now be added to to make sure your next party is the most unforgettable one yet.
Swing across the swamp, climb up the jungle vines, scramble over the snake pit to make your way round our awesome assault courses. Will you be King or Queen of the Jungle?
Whether you're traveling from East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent, Surrey or beyond, here's how you'll find us. Urban Jump can get very busy so we advise you book your sessions before travelling to avoid disappointment.
If you are coming from Eastbourne or Hailsham it's a very simple route up the A22 and then onto the A267.
Visitors from Brighton or Hove head down the A27 cut through Lewes and then head onto the B2192.
If you're visiting us from Tonbridge come through Royal Tunbridge Wells, where we are only a short and very direct route down the A267.
Crowborough and Wadhurst also join the A267.
If you are coming from Hastings, Bexhill or Battle the B2096 if the best way to avoid any traffic.
If you are from Ashford, then Urban Jump is an hour drive away via the A265.
Visitors coming from Crawley, then we would suggest heading through East Grinstead and heading down the A22.
Uckfield is just a 20-minute drive away and you can get to us via the B2102.