Welcome to Urban Jump Trampoline Park
We're Planning Our Reopening & Want To Hear Your Views
With hopes rising of further easing of lock down measures by the Government and a potential reopening of the leisure sector, we're keen to get your input to regarding the safety measures you would want to see us implement to ensure your safe return to Urban Jump. The survey will only take a few minutes to complete and those who complete it will be entered into a FREE PRIZE GIVEAWAY to WIN a £50 gift voucher that can be redeemed against jump sessions or parties with us.
Thank you all for your amazing loyalty & the wonderful messages of support we've received during lock down. It means the world to us, but hopefully we've moved past the worst of the pandemic and can now look forward to a bright future. Your safety has always been our primary focus and so we'd love to hear your views on what you'd like to see from us as we begin to plan our reopening.
Love to you all and stay safe.
Richard & Hayley
Proud Owners of Urban Jump Trampoline Park
Family owned, 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.
At Urban Jump we don't just do birthday parties, we do unforgettable birthdays parties. Choose from our range of party packages and we'll make it a birthday to remember!
Under 5's Soft Play
Our gated soft play area is an ideal indoor playground for children under the age of 5 years. Join in or just sit back with a hot drink and relax whilst they have fun.
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.