Rain, rain, go away. Mama really needs the kids to go outside to play. When they are bouncing off the walls, break out of the house and take them to one of these Atlanta-area, indoor play spots. Go grab the socks, and read on to get a jump on what you need to know before you bounce.
With two locations in Roswell and Cumming, Monkey Joe’s wins points for its toddler area (for ages 3 and under), overall sanitation level and friendly staff. Try this spot on hump day (Wednesdays) when admission is discounted.
Address: 700 Holcomb Bridge Rd. Suite 200, Roswell; or, 5055 Post Rd., Cumming
Phone: 678-381-0400, 770-887-5678
Pick this spot for a playdate so you and your pack of parents can sit in their lounge area and still see your tots. Don’t miss their BAM (Bust A Move) dance classes taught by former Miami Heat dancer, “Miss She She,” as well as their awesome party packages.
Address: 185 Sams St., Decatur
Hit Hippo Hopp if you want a larger spot that serves up more bounce for your buck. Stay for a snack at their bistro-style cafe that serves up organic foods and gluten-free options. Although parking at this popular spot can prove problematic during busier weekend times, it wins accolades for its eco-friendly philosophy, cleanliness and healthy menu offerings.
Address: 1936 Briarwood Ct. NE
Beware that this indoor trampoline park is geared towards older kids and you will have to shell out $2 for their SkySocks. Big kids will love their dodgeball programs and camps—and that they can literally bounce off the walls. Pricing runs by time so arrive ready to spring into action.
Address: 1425 Market Blvd., Roswell
As one of the newest play spaces on the block, Catch Air has a lot to offer. With locations in Midtown, Sandy Springs, Snellville, Cumming, Johns Creek and Marietta, this biz thinks beyond the bounce house with ball pits, interactive dance floors and merry-go-rounds. Although the whole spot is aimed at the under 12 set, there is a special “Tiny Town” area sectioned off for smaller tots.
Address: Click here to see a list of locations
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