TopJump Trampoline Park offers indoor entertainment for all ages near the Smoky Mountains National Park. While TopJump Trampoline Park is a great indoor activity to consider for rainy days, it’s also a destination in its own right.
Trampolining is the main draw. TopJump has multiple trampolines, each dedicated to a different activity. You can flip, jump, and tumble in the open zone or try a trampoline version of a favorite game. TopJump Trampoline Park offers dodgeball, basketball, a gladiator pit, and a ninja course.
You’ll find a dedicated kid zone made for kids under 42″, although kids are allowed to go anywhere in the facility except adult dodgeball or open jump. The kid zone has a ball pit, a foam pit, and smaller trampolines better suited for young kids.
The climbing course, Clip n’ Climb, is a New Zealand import. Clip n’ Climb combines climbing obstacles and a theme park in a choose-your-own-adventure format. There are 21 climbing lines in the Clip n’ Climb, each capable of supporting 30 climbers. Take the Stairway to Heaven, try the Astro-Ball, or stick with a traditional climbing wall experience. Admission lets you tackle whatever excites you for one hour. Children four and up can use the Clip n’ Climb.
A 5,000 square foot arcade has all the classic games you remember plus a ton of exciting new games. You’ll find claw games where you can win a stuffed animal or other prize, video games including Jurassic Park, skee ball and basketball, and much more. Rack up digital points as you play, then redeem your points for fun prizes.
If all the activity gets your appetite up, visit the Sugar Rush candy store. The store is packed wall-to-wall with every type of candy imaginable. Friendly employees will help you find the perfect treat whether it’s a nostalgic childhood favorite or a unique new sweet. There’s also a concession stand on site with additional food and drink available for purchase.
TopJump has a comfortable lobby area, whether you need to take a break or want to sit and rest while your child plays. There’s also a viewing area where you can watch everyone jump and play. The open layout means it is easy to keep an eye on your child from the lobby area or the viewing area. With free WiFi and television, you won’t get bored waiting.
TopJump provides open cubbies where you can store your things while you explore. There are secure lockers available to rent; these cost $3 to $5, depending on the size.
You’ll need to wear special socks that have a rubberized bottom to use the trampoline. TopJump sells socks, so this is a one-time expense of $2 per pair, or you’re welcome to bring your own rubberized socks. To climb, you’ll need shoes that are closed-heel and closed-toe. There are shoes available to rent if you come without appropriate footwear.
Before you can jump or use the climbing facility, you must complete a liability waiver and review the rules. Parents or legal guardians must complete a liability waiver for minors.
- Trampoline capacity is limited, so it’s best if you reserve admission in advance
- The trampolines have a weight limit of 285 lbs and the climbing facilities have a weight limit of 330 lbs
- TopJump offers several combo passes that combine attractions and save money
- Jumping and climbing sessions start every half hour, so you may need to wait a little bit for a new session, depending on when you arrive
- You can rent TopJump for a party or hold group events here, just contact the facility directly to arrange a party or group package