Jumps n' Jiggles has exciting attractions for kids looking for fun and adventure. Jumps n' Jiggles, an indoor playground, features a maze of tunnels, a spiral slide, the Kiddy Hawk helicopter, the bouncing YoYo Ball, a Cobra Copter and the flying GyroCopter. This indoor playground inspires imagination, elevates self-esteem and promotes a feeling of accomplishment for young children.
Please note: Socks must be worn at all times.
My little two year old absolutely loves going here. He typically cries when we have to leave. It's only $4 and you can easily spend a long morning here. If your kids are older than 5, I'm guessing they would get bored too quickly though.
The entrance fee covers unlimited rides on the carousel as well as unlimited play in the jungle gym. One of the best things is that there are in separate rooms so kids feel like they are switching activities when they run from room to room.
if you're thinking on going, check the Elk Grove PD website as once a month, Jump 'n Jiggles has special days and for the same price, your kids can get a snack and usually an art project or two. Highly recommended!
Jumps n’ Jiggles is an indoor playground, featuring a maze of tunnels, a spiral slide, the Kiddy Hawk helicopter, the bouncing YoYo Ball, a Cobra Copter and the flying GyroCopter. It is recommended for children under the age of 10.
The Good: The cost is only $3.50 per child, so I think it's a great low-budget attraction to take the kids. The play area also has a few toddler toys and a slide, so little ones can play too. There is an adjoining room with a beautiful carousel and kids can ride it to their heart's content. There are plenty of tables surrounding the carousel, so pack a lunch and watch the carousel spin round & round!
The Bad: I visited Jumps n' Jiggles with my 2.5-year-old son and a friend's 3-year-old son and the platforms on the play structure were too high for either of them to climb. Looking back, I should’ve worn my yoga pants (instead of the jeans I had on) because in order for the kids to be able to go down any of the slides I had to pull them up all the platforms and followed them through all the tunnels. And, trust me, the plastic on the platforms is hard, and I came home to discover a few bruises on my knees.
Overall: The kids had a good time playing at Jumps n’ Jiggles. It’s a great rainy day, low-cost activity.
Tip: Don’t forget to bring your socks! Socks are required for play at Jumps n’ Jiggles.
They have an indoor play area with tunnels and towers to climb into and a slide to go down. Its similar to a McDonald's playplace. They also have some smaller type slides, club house and toddler toys. Its divided into two rooms. One is the playarea and the other is the carousel room all in doors. There are tables set up in the carousel room for snacks. It open most mornings from 10-noon and its a great price. ($3.50/kid) You can usually find buy one get one free coupons in the Oaklee guide. We did a lot of planned playdates here. Its great for just getting the kids out on cold yucky days when they need to be active.
Been 2 many birthday parties here. Had a birthday party here for my kids when they turned 3,3, & 4. So easy there and fun!