Public Jump

This weekend’s Public Jump Time:

Saturday, February 17th: 4:30 to 5:30pm

Sunday, February 18th: 4:00 to 5:00pm

Public jumps must be booked. During the school year we only have public jump slots on the weekends. These open on the Monday before the coming weekend. In summer we have many more optio ns.

Bring your friends and family to jump for fun on our Olympic trampolines for one hour. We have certified coaches who demonstrate how to stop safely and supervise.

Ages: 2 and up. 2 to 5 year old’s must be accompanied by an adult (single charge if the adult is not jumping).

Cost for a 1 hr open jump: $17.70. Cost for members in a recreational class or on the competitive team: $12.

Cost for a 10 pass: $150

24 hours notice required for cancellation.

  • A waiver must be signed by all participants. If the participant is under 18, the waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian – no exceptions.
  • No one can be guaranteed their own trampoline unless you book out a trampoline by booking 2 spots, book out the gym, or take a private or semi-private lesson.
  • Public Jumping is supervised only and lessons will not be taught. 

Prices exclude applicable HST.

Is Public Jump Safe?

Jumping on a trampoline in a controlled environment like Airborne Trampoline KW’s public jump sessions is considered safer for several reasons:

  • Trained Instructors: Airborne Trampoline KW employs certified NCCP Trampoline Coaches who supervise public jump sessions. These instructors demonstrate how to stop safely and do their best to ensure that everyone follows the safety rules, significantly reducing the risk of injury.
  • Safety Rules and Regulations: Safety protocols, such as one person per trampoline and avoiding jumping off onto other surfaces, are enforced to ensure a safer environment.
  • Design of Trampolines: The trampolines used are Olympic sized minimizing the chance of falling off, which is particularly important in a public jump setting.

Is exercising on a trampoline fun and beneficial?

Exercising on a trampoline is both fun and beneficial for several reasons:

  • Full-Body Workout: Trampoline exercise engages multiple muscle groups simultaneously, providing a comprehensive workout that strengthens the abs, glutes, leg, and back muscles.
  • Improves Bone Density: Regular trampolining can help strengthen bones, which is particularly important as we age, and our bones become more fragile.
  • Enhances Balance and Coordination: Trampoline workouts have been shown to improve balance, coordination, and motor skills.
  • Cardiovascular Health: It’s an effective cardiovascular workout, strengthening the heart muscles and potentially lowering resting heart rate, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels.
  • Fun Factor: The fun and enjoyment factor of bouncing on a trampoline can make exercise seem less like a chore and more like an enjoyable activity, encouraging regular physical activity.


What to Wear


To make Airborne as safe as possible, special rules have been developed to prevent possible injury.

1.Obey the coaches at all times.
2.Only one person at a time on a trampoline. (We take turns)
3.No flips without the coaches permission. (Flips include anything going over your head)
4.Do not jump off of a trampoline onto any other surface or onto another trampoline. (You must stop jumping and step off)
5.Control before height. (Crash prevention)
6.No foreign objects allowed on the trampolines. (No balls, toys, water bottles, shoes, books, etc.)