INDOOR TRAMPOLINE PARK FRANCHISE OVERVIEW


Indoor trampoline parks are great for people with high energy who would like to share that energy with others. Trampoline parks are a great way to cover a large portion of the market—young kids and teens who want to jump for fun, adults getting back to the basics, people who like to stay fit in a fun way—the market is wide open with this kind of business.

Indoor trampoline parks are expensive franchise opportunities, costing about $1,000,000 to $3,000,000. This business also requires a number of employees upfront. You'll need to employ a front desk worker to check guests in, a few employees to supervise jumps, and, if you have concessions, employees to work the stand.

Sky Zone dominates the market, but there are big competitors like Altitude and Rockin' Jump. The demand for the fun activities trampoline parks offer is causing them to pop up across the country and the globe. 

INDOOR TRAMPOLINE PARK FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES


Our list includes the largest, most well-recognized indoor trampoline park franchises as well as smaller franchises known for having great training programs and strong support systems. We reached out to each franchise on the list, and were able to hold an in-depth interview with Rockin' Jump.

Franchise Fee: $50,000
Total Investment: $1,112,500-$2,497,000
Minimum Net Worth: $1,000,000
Number of Units: 44 (+22 upcoming)
Location: United States, Central America, Asia

Company Overview

Rockin’ Jump is determined to offer a boutique trampoline experience. Rockin’ Jump “never wanted to be the largest operator of trampoline parks in the world, simply the brand that provides the best experience.” Rockin’ Jump is a great place for families to be active and have fun.

Program Overview

Rockin’ Jump is just as good for franchisees. Rockin’ Jump offers an intensive training program for franchisees, both to get familiar with the company’s operations and to understand the safety measures in place. Not only that, but Rockin’ Jump is flexible when it comes to buildouts—franchisees can build facilities from 16,500 to 50,000 square feet.

Sky Zone

Franchise Fee: Not listed
Total Investment: $1,300,000-$2,700,000
Minimum Net Worth: $1,800,000

The biggest name in trampoline parks, SkyZone provides franchisees with brand recognition and a proven franchise system. SkyZone provides customers with a unique jump experience, including climbing, basketball, and Ultimate Dodgeball Championship.

Big Air Trampoline Park

Franchise Fee: $50,000
Total Investment: $1,500,000-$2,300,000
Minimum Net Worth: Not listed

Big Air Trampoline Park is run by a team that has previously run a waterpark for over 30 years. Offering interesting attractions like balance beam baton fights, Big Air is a trampoline park that uses decades of professional experience to deliver a great jumping experience.

Altitude Trampoline Park

Franchise Fee: Not listed
Total Investment: Not listed
Minimum Net Worth: Not listed

Founded in 2012, Altitude Trampoline Park says it’s the fastest growing trampoline park franchise and with 115 locations (44 opened, 53 under construction, and 18 coming soon), they’re proving it. Altitude Trampoline Park is available on three continents across the globe.

Urban Air

Franchise Fee: Not listed
Total Investment: $900,000-$2,000,000
Minimum Net Worth: Not listed

Urban Air is more than a trampoline park—it’s an adventure park. Urban Air offers a number of activities to set itself apart like a Ninja Warrior course, indoor go-karts, and their Sky Rider® Coaster to name a few.