Editor's note: We're bringing back this story in case the kids want to jump around this summer.
Get up, stand up, come on throw your hands up. If you've got the feeling, jump across ... these trampolines, inflatables and obstacle courses (apologies to House of Pain). Sometimes the kids just have to get their energy out. Here are some fun places in Dallas-Fort Worth to try. We'll be updating this list, so tell us if you've got a place you love that we should add.
Regular jumping is supplemented by trampoline dodgeball and basketball, fitness classes and more. Attractions vary by location, and locations include Cedar Hill, Fort Worth, Denton, Grapevine and Richardson. altitudetrampolinepark.com.
Colorful inflatable structures for climbing and jumping are the main attraction at the kid-oriented Plano center. bounceu.com.
Everyday options at the centers in Arlington and Fort Worth include open jumps, though there are also teen nights with DJs and Toddler Tumble times. flightdecktrampolinepark.com.
This Plano attraction features a 38,000-square-foot-gym with 30-foot inflatable slides, an obstacle course and multiple trampolines. infinitebounds.com.
There are Dallas, Allen and Plano locations of this indoor trampoline park, where you can jump, play trampoline dodge ball, ride a mechanical bull, hop into an enormous foam pit and more. Check out pricing for each location here. gotjump.com.
Inspired by the show American Ninja Warrior, this spot with Farmers Branch, Garland and McKinney locations features obstacles for climbing, jumping and running. There's also dodgeball. obstaclewarriorkids.com.
Open bounces and themed bounces are among the options at several franchise locations in the area, including ones in Dallas, DeSoto, Frisco, Arlington and Fort Worth. pumpitupparty.com.
This indoor trampoline park has locations in Dallas, Garland, Fort Worth, Frisco, Coppell, Mansfield, McKinney, Rockwall and Southlake. Attractions vary by location (check ahead for details), but trampoline dodgeball, trampoline basketball, areas for kids 7 and younger, foam pits and obstacle courses are examples of types of fun you might find. urbanairtrampolinepark.com.