Located in Wailuku at 21 La’a St, about 5 minutes from Queen K mall, the indoor jump park offers a range of energy-burning activities kids ages 3-17 and adults who are young at heart. Daily passes come in 1-, 2-, or 3-hours and cost $22 – $40. Kama’aina save $5 off each pass. You can save money by brining your ownKootek 42 Pieces Cake Decorating Supplies Kit with 36 Icing Tips, 2 Silicone Pastry Bags, 2 Flower Nails, 2 Reusable Plastic Couplers Baking Supplies Frosting Tools Set for Cupcakes Cookies“>cakes and cupcakes. All other food and drink must be ordered through local North Shore Pizza.
The trampoline park is also good option when kids groan about nothing to do on rainy days It’s a great way to get some exercise and burn off energy before going to the mall or seeing a movie.
No outside food or drink is the one major downside for families. Tasty as the pizza is, catered food costs more than homemade sandwiches.
Some parents have expressed concerns about too many kids jumping at one time. However, rules are posted and parents are expected to monitor their own children.