Hawaii Mom Blog: Birthday Party at iTrampoline




December 1, 2017

Birthday Party at iTrampoline

The first time I took my son, Cade, to iTrampoline he jumped for 90 minutes straight and could have gone longer.  When it was time to plan his 7th birthday party, he asked if we could rent a bounce house.  I first agreed, but then the thought of ten little boys jumping together and the damage they could potentially cause had me quickly retract my okay.  I suggested iTrampoline and he was more than thrilled. 

Located in Kapolei, iTrampoline is home to over 14,000 square feet of trampoline space that is specially designed with spring loaded frames for more give and bounce and two inch thick safety pads.  Only one person is allowed in a square at a time with the exception of young children with a parent.  There are also court monitors making sure all the safety rules are followed.  In addition to the trampoline space, there is a foam pit and spaces where you can play dodgeball and basketball. 

iTrampoline has several birthday party packages to choose from and it was very easy to make a selection online.  The party packages include jump time and a reserved party space.  They really take care of everything.  When we arrived, we were taken to our party space where the tables were already set up and covered with tablecloths.  Our party host checked in the jumpers and when it was time to eat provided the plates, napkins, and utensils - even a cake cutter!  Our package included pizza and drinks, but you can bring your own food.  No outside drinks are allowed with the exception of water-filled hydroflasks.  Every jumper needs a waiver that can be easily filled online and grip socks (sold at iTrampoline for $3).

Cade said it was his best birthday party ever which made it worth every cent. 

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