Sunday, December 1, 2019

Rockin Jump Trampoline Park in Myrtle Beach, SC

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


On our recent vacation to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina we did some things that I knew my youngest would love. After all, this was supposed to be his birthday celebration, but a hurricane headed our way derailed those plans, so I wanted to make sure the things we did would be special and memorable on this alternate and slightly delayed vacation. A trip to Rockin' Jump surely put a smile on his face.



When you first walk in, there are lockers or shelves to put your shoes or personal belongings in, while you go to jump.


Quite a few trampoline platforms are spread out throughout the premises and since we were there first thing in the morning, we had areas pretty much to ourselves, since only a handful of people had shown up at that point. This meant my son could jump from area to area at will, and he surely had a great time taking full advantage of the pretty much open courts.


My grown kids try to climb these ladders at amusement parks, and usually fail, so my youngest was happy to see this one over a foam pit. Did he make it? No, no he didn't, and he needed help getting out of the pit. Hahahaha.


Did that stop him from trying to run the ladder again? Nope. It didn't stop him from attempting to run the pole either, and falling into the foam pit again, but as you can see from his face, he didn't seem to mind a bit.


A good deal of our time there was spent at the basketball hoop. Jumping on the trampoline to make baskets was pretty fun for him, and even more amusing for me to watch. There were times he was laughing too hard to shoot. It's challenging to attempt trick shots while you are bouncing at the same time. 😅


One of the new features at Rockin' Jump is this warp wall. You had to get up some speed and run the wall. Once up there, you could run back down or use the fireman pole seen to the right. One little boy slid back down, which I wouldn't have thought could be done, but he made it look efortless. Just to the left is a big climbing wall, but no one was manning it the day we were there (or at least not that early in the day) so little man (he's not so little anymore, I know) didn't get to try that out this time. It's a pretty big wall, much higher than the one he's sitting on, which was pretty high in it's own right.


The obstacle course had trapeze bars, balancing, nets, swing rings, and big round balancers to swing on, or otherwise navigate, to get to the big yellow climbing structures that looked like swiss cheese to me. Those swung too as you tried to get across, making them challenging to conquer, but my son made it through unscathed (and without falling).


When he was done, he wanted to go again. I guess he liked it the first time around.


Battle foam was in the house too, as two contestants had to 'fight' their way across the beam. The one to not hold his or her balance and fall into the foam pit was the loser. This was not a fair fight. I am the bigger of us two. ;)


Here is one attraction I couldn't do if I tried. In fact, I'm at the age now where I can't even remember a time I would have tried, outside of being a child, lest I would fall flat on my tush and get hit with the bar when it came back around again, lol. Little man handled it like a champ though and made the jumps every time.


The silk ropes were great, but would take more time to master than the hour we opted to jump. An hour might go by very quickly, but in this case, it's an hour of vigorous exercise, so Mr. Sweaty Child was tired and ready to drink some ice cold water when it was time to go. One hour of jump time was plenty. Another factor playing into that though, is we went at a time when it wasn't busy. If he had to wait in lines to get on the toys, or jump on the trampoline, it would probably have been better to purchase more jump time from the get go.


One more walk across the beam, and a jump into the parachute pit (seen behind him in green), and it was almost time to go. I do want to note that there is a dodge ball area that is netted off, to play in as well. No one was in there, so we didn't venture over, but if there had been we would have. That's always a fun game IF people play fair.


We finished our time there the same way we started it, by jumping on the trampoline floors. It's hard to see, but my son is holding two thumbs up in this picture. That pretty much sums up our time at Rockin' Jump. It was definitely a two-thumbs-up kind of place. For those who live in the area, this is not only a good place to visit, it's also an awesome option for throwing a party, with the ability to reserve a private room for guests (to serve cake, have a speech, open presents, eat, etc.).

Learn more by visiting the Rockin' Jump website. You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter.

32 comments:

  1. It looks like a HEAP of fun and I am sure he loved.
    A belated happy birthday to him from here.

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  2. We have a place like this in New Jersey. The kids love to bounce all that energy out.

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  3. Sure sounds and looks like an awesome spot. Going in the morning sounds like the best way to be too, unless you want to play dodgeball. So you are claiming you're bigger for the lose? Likely excuse haha Hope he had a happy birthday.

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  4. My wife really wants to go to one of these. Looks like your son had the run of the place.

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  5. Trampoline parks are awesome! there are quite a few here in Phoenix where I live.

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  6. Looks like a really fun place to visit.

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  7. This looks like such a cool place for kids, but also for adults! My (adult) brother goes to something like this in Toronto, on their 18+ nights.

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  8. Trampolines are fun as long as you're careful.

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  9. Oh, these types of parks are so much fun. My daughter loves them and my too-cool-for-school son even enjoys them. I hope your son enjoyed his birthday!

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  10. My kids would love this! We will visit next time were in Myrtle!

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  11. Kristine Nicole AlessandraDecember 2, 2019 at 1:14 PM

    If we only had something like that in our area, I am sure my grandson would want to be there everyday! This place looks like kids (and adults) will enjoy their time there.

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  12. I know that this place is fun for kids, but it's also a great time for adults and a super workout! I've gone before and I enjoyed it so much. You don't even realize that you're working out :)

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  13. we love going to trampoline parks! the kids always have a blast at them.

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  14. I would love to take my niece here next time we're in SC. This looks like such a fun place to visit. Great details!

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  15. Ive never been to a jump trampoline park. I know it is great for kids but I would love to go as an adult too.

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  16. My niece would love to visit this place for sure. I will definitely going to take my niece for sure

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  17. This was so fun. Love trampoline parks.

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  18. I want to bring my niece and nephews at Rockin Jump Trampoline Park. Seems so fun! I hope they will enjoy here.

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  19. Okay, this looks lot of fun for kids. I would even would like to try it, looks just so much fun x

    Laura
    https://www.beautywithlala.com/

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  20. This looks like such an awesome experience, and seems perfect for children with boundless energy. My nephews love jumping on the trampoline at a similar trampoline park in my home town.

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  21. What a great spot to add to your travel itinerary! Jumping is a great way to burn off some energy and make some fun family memories.

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  22. How fab is this place. Looks like you had a great time. We have more and more Trampoline parks cropping up in the UK xx

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  23. I would love to visit with my younger cousins! They would love it!

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  24. My girls love these kinds of bouncy places. My friend went and fell into the foam pit and had a heck of a time getting out. We figured it was because we're getting older, so it's a bit comforting to know little man needed a helping hand to get out too ;)

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  25. Awesome place for a birthday party!

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  26. Looks like your son had a blast! Would be a good place for kids to get their energy out. My husband went with the church staff to a Trampoline Park just this past Monday. It was his first time and he liked it.

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  27. Erik the Hungry TravellerDecember 4, 2019 at 5:21 AM

    You sold me with just the word:trampolines! The place looks so fun!

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  28. My kid will adore this even on pictures! :D Also, look like this guy had amazing time at the park!

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  29. Trampoline park sounds awesome, we have a similar place like that here in our country. And I can't wait to try it.

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  30. What a fun day you had! I love trampoline parks, I have more fun there than the kids.

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  31. I've taken Isaak twice to one. Once with a friend, twice with my friend and her son. Isaak loved it. The only thing that was hard was he wanted to hang out in a different part of the park than my friend's son Joey. They played so well when we were on vacation this summer. I wanted to say, "Isaak I don't care what you want to do. Joey is your guest. Play with him!" I didn't really want to make a scene.

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