Check out our review of Injanation! They offer active, indoor fun for kids up to adults and feature climbing walls, trampolines and ninja warrior courses.
Address: 52 Aero Drive NE, Unit 102
Parking: free lot parking
Gordie’s Review (10 years old) – “The ninja courses were fun”
Nicky’s Review (7 years old)– “I liked everything. Especially the ninja courses.”
Robbie’s Review (5 years old) – “I liked all the places!”
Cost: Admission starts at $19.95 for one hour (ages 6+), or $9.95 (ages 2-5). Additional rates are available.
Age Range: all ages
Footwear: Trampoline socks and runners
Safety Features/Concerns: Although everyone gets time-stamped wrist bands, the doors to the outside are open. However, the front desk faces the door. Waivers are required. Safe time by filling it out ahead of time online.
Play Area Features: Climbing area, ninja area, trampoline area.
Additional Services: birthday parties, day camps
Food Services: Cafe offering snacks, lunch and drinks
This past summer our family purchased a summer pass to Injanation so we went several times over the summer months. It was a big hit with our kids especially when we met up with friends.
They have features for little kids right up to adults so the whole family can play. Adults who are just watching do not need to pay admission.
The indoor climbing area can be used by kids and adults and requires a harness and indoor athletic shoes.
They have a climbing wall where you can race against a friend.
A couple of other routes that also use an auto belay system,
and a see through climbing wall.
as well as a basic rope net.
One of the coolest features is the pole climb. My daughter was initially scared to get all the way up to the top but she kept trying and eventually made it all the way up with a huge sense of accomplishment.
They have ninja warrior courses for different ability levels.
One of the courses is set up specifically for younger kids.
They also have a bigger ninja course.
And a military obstacle course as well as some training features.
They also have a warped wall.
Injanation also have a huge trampoline section. They only want one kid per trampoline – for kids who like to move a lot this may feel restrictive on a busy day.
They also have platforms you can jump off of into foam pits.
As well as dodgeball trampoline courts and high performance aerial trampoline.
Injanation also has some areas designed just for toddlers and preschoolers.
The mini trampoline area is right next to the cafe seating so it’s easy to see the kids while they play. It also has a little foam pit.
They also have a soft block area where little kids can play that you access through the cafe seating area.
Overall, we had a really great time as a family at Injanation and will definitely be back.
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