Address: #18 49 Aero Drive NE
Gordie’s Review (7 years old) – “I liked all the slides!”
Nicky’s Review (4.5 years old)– “Let’s go there again!”.
Robbie’s Review (2 years old) – “monkey!”
Cost: Mon-Thurs 1-3 years $6.95, 4+ $12.95, Fri-Sat & Holidays 1-3 years $9.95, 4 years and older $14.95. Weekday multi passes available.
Age Range: 14 and under
Footwear: Socks. Available for purchase
Safety Features/Concerns: Families are stamped with matching numbers after check-in. Numbers are checked by staff at the gate on exit.
Play Area Features: Huge climber with tons of slides and features like trampolines, ball pit, bumpers, ball blaster and spider web. Two toddler areas. Several redemption games and token operated rides.
Additional Services: Birthday parties.
Food Services: Full service cafe with lots of options including sandwiches, wraps, pizza, hot dogs, wraps, paninis.
On your first visit to Hide N Seek, you need to register yourself and your children at a computer at the front. My husband and I took our three kids (almost 2, 4 and 7 years) to check it out on a Saturday a couple weeks after they opened. It is pretty awesome and we all had a great time.
There are two toddler areas but we didn’t spent too much time in them as my bigger kids are too big and my youngest spent most of his time climbing through the big climber with his dad.
The Toddler Zone is set back a bit from the big climber making it a little quieter for little kids. It’s also attached to one of the party rooms.
The Block Room toddler area is nearby and right across from the large climbing structure.
Robbie enjoyed playing in the ball pit and going down the double slide all by himself.
The Block Room is a the back of the picture below. Because of the way they set up the space, I never saw any big kids wandering through the toddler areas.
The large climber is really big so if you have younger kids who don’t want to stay together or you aren’t interested in climbing around with them you might find it challenging.
My 4 and 7 year old first went around happily together. Towards the end of our visit they were both able to navigate the climber by themselves too.
The climber has some pretty cool features like this spider web where kids can slip down through the web.
And this neat slide.
There are lots of other kinds of tunnels and slides. It is also generally comfortable for adults to navigate too.
The ball pit was loved by all of my kids. They have some games you can play up high by throwing the balls as well as a tube that can suck balls up to a basket at the top – when you push the button they come crashing down.
Part of the climber runs over top of the seating. There you can find the ball blasters.
And these trampolines.
The Cafe is across from the large climber and has a fair amount of space to sit in sight of the climber. There isn’t a ton of seats where you can have a great view of your kids playing, but they do have a closed circuit TV.
There is also some additional seating on the other side by the party rooms and redemption games.
We bought a few tokens at the end of our visit. My big kids enjoyed playing the games and my littlest really liked the rides. If you have older kids it will probably help keep them interested a bit longer but they aren’t super obtrusive if you don’t want to spent the money.
All in all, our whole family had a great time and I’m sure we will be back again.
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