Charlotte, NC

Indoor playgrounds in Charlotte

Ashleigh Dunkem

CHARLOTTE, NC – If your kids are fans of playground yet the weather is not that friendly, they can still play at the indoor playground. Jump, climb, and ride the attractions without any worry about the weather.

Here are the two indoor playground recommendations in Charlotte:

1. Just Play

Located at 9535 South Blvd., Just Play is an indoor playground that is designed for interactive, safe, fun, and clean play for kids. The playground has a ninja structure and some climbing structures that are suitable for active children. There are also interactive digital games and other entertainment options that can be enjoyed with every member of the family.

Just Play opens every day at 9 a.m. on Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. on Sunday. The ticket prices are different depending on the day and the child’s age. The details are listed below:

• Children aged 2 and under

Monday – Thursday: $8

Friday – Sunday: $9

• Children aged 3 and above

Monday – Thursday: $12

Friday – Sunday: $13

Everyone entering the playground area must wear socks and are not allowed to bring food or drink from outside.

2. Big Air Trampoline Park

This playground offers 12 attractions that include jumping, riding, battle, and many other active activities. Big Air Trampoline Park is located at 2408 Sardis Road N and opens daily from Monday to Sunday.

Big Air Trampoline Park also has two different weekend programs called Cosmic Nights and Toddler Time. The Cosmic Night is a night event every Friday and Saturday where visitors can enjoy a night full of lasers, strobes, and music with the lights off. While Toddler Time is a specialized time on Sunday morning for toddlers to jump around without any older kids around.

You can also celebrate your birthday at these indoor playgrounds and experience a unique celebration with your friends and families.

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