Trampoline Park in Inverness
Trampoline Park in Inverness

Trampoline Park in Inverness

Get airborne with your trip to Inverness and try indoor trampolining at Infinity Trampoline Park! Bounce, flip and fly to your heart’s content on the 60 inter-connected trampolines, or slam dunk like a real NBA player in the basketball lanes! There are loads of adrenaline-filled features that are great for all ages and abilities! Trampolining is a great way to get active and stay healthy as it works your core and your stamina.

Where can I go trampolining in Inverness?

Infinity Trampoline Park is just a hop, skip and a jump away from Inverness city centre!

There are lots of sessions to choose from, The Open Jump gives you 1 hour of full access to the park. Sessions are from 11:00 and start every half hour. You can pay an extra £3.50 for every hour to keep the fun going! They also offer a Mini Bouncers session for kids aged 1-5 years, allowing the young ones to bounce around in safety.  The After Dark sessions are on Friday and Saturday from 19:00 – 20:30 for ages 6+. There is even a Sensory Friendly session designed for those with sensory sensitivities. In this session, the music will be turned down and visual aids will be placed around the park. There will also be a ‘chill-out area for trampoliners to have a break in peace. The regular staff will allow you to get familiar with names and faces, a handful of them are trained in autism awareness – this session is from 17:00 – 18:00 every Sunday. If you want to get involved in the bouncing action, then add Infinity Trampoline Park to your Stack today!

  • Open Jump | peak – £10 | off-peak – £8 | extra hour – £3.50
  • Monday – Thursday | 09:30 – 19:30
  • Friday | 9:30 – 20:30
  • Saturday | 08:30 – 20:30
  • Sunday | 08:30 – 18:00
  • Mini Bouncers | 1-5 years | £4 per hour
  • After Dark | Friday + Saturday | 19:00-20:30 | £12.50
  • Sensory Friendly | Sunday | 17:00 – 18:00 | £8

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