Bumper Jumpers Indoor Playground

Photo courtesy of Bumper Jumpers.

4217 High Point Road
Greensboro, NC

This pit stop submitted by Pit Stops for Kids reader Kevin. Thank you, Kevin, for your submission!

The largest indoor playground in North Carolina, Bumper Jumpers is the place to go to beat the summer heat and humidity (and winter doldrums)! Inside, you’ll find 14,000 square feet of temperature-controlled fun: amazing inflatable play units, games, and other activities to ensure learning through creative play. Open for walk-in play seven days a week, it’s an ideal pit stop along I- for families en route on vacations and road trips.

A separate area is designated for kids one-year-old and under, and if you could use a little downtime too, there’s a parent section with comfortable seating, TVs, and free internet access.

Extra Tip: Bumper Jumpers is a shoe-free zone, but you will need socks. Be sure to bring a pair for each kid (easily forgotten during the summer sandal months).

Date submitted: May 2010

Distance off the interstate: 2 miles from I-40. Also easy to access from I-85 or I-73.

Admission Prices: Children one year old and up: $8.50 plus tax, infants FREE with pay of another child, parents and guardians FREE

Hours of Operation: Summer hours are Monday through Thursday: 10:00am to 8:00pm,
Friday through Saturday: 10:00am to 8:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

Food Services: Healthy snacks and drinks are available in their refreshment area. No outside food or drink allowed except for pizza delivery.

Bathrooms: On-site.

Website: http://www.bumperjumpers.com/

Directions: From I-40, take exit 217 for High Point Rd toward Coliseum Area. Turn right at High Point Rd/US-29 Alt S. Destination will be on the left.


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Pit Stops for Kids AUTHOR: Amy Whitley is the founding editor of Pit Stops for Kids and content editor of Trekaroo. She writes on staff monthly at a number of travel publications, and contributes to OutdoorsNW magazine as an outdoor adventure traveler. Find Amy at Google.

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