Jumpark Trampoline Park
Jumpark is a room dedicated to trampolines, it is the only one in French-speaking Switzerland to offer this service. It was built in 2017 on the former site of the Flexcell Hall on a playing surface of nearly 800 m².
Parking around Jumpark.
At the entrance of Jumpark is located the changing rooms and then the reception which offers a cafeteria. Behind the latter is the Jumpark room, which is composed of several areas:
Children’s area – 4 to 6 years old
Small trampolines and a foam area.
Long trampoline to perform consecutive spins.
The “standard” area includes a series of trampolines and a area with large foam cubes in which to jump
The “freestyle” area includes two trampolines at different heights to jump into a foam area while trying to do acrobatic tricks.
Dodgball and Dunk Zone
A large number of trampolines with balls to throw into basketball boards.
A little wire you walk on trying not to fall on.
The pro zone includes three trampolines only for advanced users.
Prices and schedules
Jumpark is closed on Mondays and open in the afternoons until 9pm.
The entrance fees are as follows:
- 4 to 12 years old: 12 francs for one hour and 6 francs for each additional hour.
- 13 to 64 years old: 15 francs for one hour and 8 francs for each additional hour.
- Over 65 years old: 5 francs an hour.
Wearing non-slip socks is mandatory. It is possible to buy some onsite at the price of three francs.
CAUTION: The Torpille Team makes it clear that a maximum number of people are accepted on trampolines and on a weekend day, waiting can easily take hours! It is therefore imperative to book your session on the Jumpark site.
Une vidéo sur le Trampoline Park d’Yverdon.
Fun attractions in french-speaking Switzerland
Leisure parks in french-speaking Switzerland