Tampa Bay Moms contributor team was treated to a party spectacular at GET AIR Trampoline Park in New Port Richey. With kids of all ages, it was the perfect spot to keep everyone entertained and well-fed too.
Our kids were excited to beat the persisting summer heat and have fun some indoors. The trampoline park was huge with different obstacles for all ages to enjoy. There were traditional trampolines, as well as a dodge ball court, basketball hoop, slides, obstacle courses, foam pits and more.
For our little jumpers, there’s a dedicated area to protect our small ones under 46 inches. This was perfect for those of us with toddlers who definitely don’t want to miss out on the fun.
Our team got to experience The Big Bounce, which is the largest party option available (there are several other options too) and includes the following goodies:
- 30 jumpers with jump socks provided
- 10 large pizzas and 10 2-liter sodas
- Mini dots ice cream
- A prize bag for each jumper
- 3 hours of jump time
- All utensils, cups, and plates included!
Not only did my kids have a blast, but the customer service was top-notch!! The staff bent over backward to make sure no detail was overlooked. ~ Emily Draper
We had two hosts, Brenda, and Tiffany that were very attentive and didn’t let us clean up one thing. Every mom’s dream, a party with no cleanup or setup required.
For our more tentative jumpers, Tiffany jumped right in and was encouraging them to try different moves and getting them excited!
As a family we enjoyed our overall experience at GET AIR. The most memorable and meaningful moment for me was when Tiffany spent some one on one time with Josiah. She spent minutes encouraging him to play and interacting with him. She fully committed to a ‘battle’ with him and let him win by falling off the beam. ~Diana Anoice Andre
The spacing of the three-hour party was perfect. The party room was available for everyone for the whole time. It was good for kids to take breaks and for parents with older kids that didn’t need to be supervised the whole time.
They also spaced out the food well to give a natural break allowing the kids to jump for a while and then 90 minutes in the hot pizza was delivered. Then one hour before the end of the party, they served the mini dots ice cream. And 30 minutes before the end, they handed out the goody bags.
I was just thinking the whole time about how low stress this was. With the Florida heat, I spend most of the time trying to figure out how to entertain the kids indoors. This combines my kids’ desire to jump around and it’s indoors, so it’s the perfect solution. ~ Kelly Kennedy
This post was sponsored by GET AIR but the opinions expressed in this blog are entirely our own. Thanks to GET AIR for providing Tampa Bay Moms with a great experience.