You will be bouncing off the walls at Rush – just one of the massive trampoline parks in our city. Trampolining is not only great fun, it’s good exercise, too.

Rush is a huge park filled wall-to-wall with interconnected trampolines. They have tumble lanes, a free-fall stunt jump foam pit, dodgeball courts, basketball lanes and more. It’s not just for ‘trampoliners’ either; for non-jumpers, there’s free Wi-Fi, a viewing gallery, a coffee shop and lots of big screen televisions.

For the kids, Rush offers jumping, birthday parties, toddler sessions, after school freestyle coaching, tumbling sessions, teenage disco nights, school and university groups and more. While for adults, there is open jumping, some freestyle performance trampolines, dodgeball, and corporate team building events.

Safety

All of Rush’s equipment is designed with safety in mind, and the park has an extensive list of rules and is filled with trained staff – one only needs to practice a little bit of common sense. Safety is of utmost importance to the park operations team, who are parents themselves.

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Trampolining attire

It’s recommended that you wear comfortable clothes, such as shorts, tracksuits, and t-shirts. No sharp objects, like belt buckles or clothing studs, are allowed on trampolines. No jewellery is permitted while jumping either. All jumpers must wear Rush’s non-slip trampoline socks while jumping for safety and hygiene reasons, and once purchased (R25) they are yours to keep.

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Hours
Monday – Thursday 10 am – 9 pm
Friday – Saturday 9 am – 10 pm
Sunday 9 am – 8 pm

OF NOTE
Where 3rd Floor, Stadium on Main at 104 Main Road, Claremont
When Monday – Sunday (see hours, above)
Cost R95+ Detailed price list
Contact +27 21 683 3841, www.rushsa.co.za

Have you been to Rush? Let us know what you thought of it!

[Check out our post on Jump Around, another trampoline park in Paarden Island]

Images courtesy Rush

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