THE Jump Giants indoor trampoline park that bounced into Essex last Summer has proven so successful, that it has added a 22,000 sq. ft. extension to the site – making it the largest in the South-East of England at 50,000 sq. ft.
The West Thurrock fun and sports destination already featured the world’s first eight-lane trampoline entry Foam Zone with two launch pads, Dodgeball courts, basketball hoops as well as angled, inter-connected trampolines that literally enable you to bounce off the walls. The extended site now also includes:
SlamBall – the world’s first indoor court is a mind-blowing hybrid of basketball and gymnastics played on a unique court which combines both shock absorbent and propellant surfaces that launch athletes up to 20 feet above the court.
Battle Beams – pugil sticks at the ready so that jumpers can take on their friends in a precarious duel. A gladiator-style game of enjoyable yet competitive combat, the first person to knock the other off the beam wins.
A Ninja Court of obstacles – as seen on some popular TV programmes that features Parkour steps, cannon ball swings, floating doors, spider walls and much more.
A Half Pipe that jumpers can use to develop their tumbling and flipping. Skaters, surfers, skiers and snowboarders can use the trampolines to hone their skills before they hit the real thing.
Julian Henton, co-owner at Jump Giants explains, "We are delighted with the success in West Thurrock and that so many thousands of people of all ages have jumped with us over the last year. We want to reward our customers by constantly innovating and expanding."
Henton’s business partner, Mark Gardner adds, "Having the biggest indoor trampoline park in the South-East, really puts both Jump Giants and West Thurrock on the map. We have a really strong brand in the market and plan to build on that with new sites opening across the UK later this year and into 2017."
Open to the general public from 1st October, jump fans can book their session in the extended West Thurrock site at www.jumpgiants.com and follow Jump Giants on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.