Rush in to the Rush Trampoline park in High Wycombe for adrenaline rush!!
Lets get over the few nitty gritties before we start trampolining. As everywhere else, you have to sign a waiver and watch a short safety briefing, which can be done online (accessible from your phone via the email confirmation as well). You have to pay extra (2£pp) to get special socks (which are re-usable for subseuent visits). That’s the one thing I don’t like about trampoline parks as none of them accept socks from other trampoline parks and its just an added expense but alas!!. Rush has a number of lockers available for valuables, which are offered on a first-come, first served basis. Your property is left in these lockers entirely at your own risk
You are given a coloured wrist band and off to the main arena we go.. Yes, the play area has all of the fun elements you expect to find at a trampoline park but there’s so much more than just Trampolines. We loved, loved and absolutely loved the Giant foam pits. We jumped, ran or fell into them and then had big fights with each other using the foam cubes as we tried to balance our way around the pits (not easy i can tell from experience). There are balance beams to battle your opponent but Ay is too little for it yet. The more adventurous can jump down from the diving board into the pits.
Then theres the Adrenaline Rush Assault Course. I have not seen the likes of it before and is just too much fun. Jump, leap, climb and swing over parkour, climbing and rope equipment all with a soft foam landing.
The multi sport arena is brand new- Perfect for five-a-side football, zorb football, target games and penalty shootouts. We cheated but had a lot of fun. Carry the competitive addictive spirit to the slam dunk basketball hoop and dodgeball
For the adrenaline junkies is the high performance, rush wipeout and vertical slide (height limits apply)
Want more?? Just combine it with the onsite Ruby & Red’s soft play (separate charges apply). We went midday Wednesday for open jump and had the entire arena to ourselves
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🎟Entrance fee applies. Check uptown date prices on website HERE
It is not just an exciting space for kids, they are also an adult trampoline park too. The minimum age for Open Jump Sessions at Birmingham trampoline park and High Wycombe trampoline park is 4 years old. Toddlers aged 4 and under have dedicated Toddler Open Jump sessions to keep them entertained where siblings aged 10 and under can attend with parents too. The Main Courts also host children’s trampoline park parties, adult trampoline fitness classes, student socials, team building days and activities for SEN children.
Please note soft play access is not included in a normal open jump session. You must purchase a combi ticket, or separate soft play access – read our review of the soft play HERE before you decide
🚘 Free parking
🚻 Toilets and baby facilities
🍕 There is a cafe on the first floor but we didn’t try it. If you are not jumping and, if your kids are old enough, you can just watch from up here. They also have Crush dessert parlour too but as we were going to Hughenden Manor next, we avoided it.
🦽 Buggy accessible
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The arena is 45 minutes drive from Oxford and so well worth it. Just 1 mile off the M40, the approach could not be any easier. We combined it with a visit to Hughendon Manor to make a day out of it, but you may find it less interesting than The Rye. Both are about 12-15 minutes drive away but are very different to each other. Read our review of both places and decide which one is for you.If you think something needs updating on this post, please contact us HERE