🤸 The 5 Trampoline Parks of French-speaking Switzerland in 2020

Trampoline rooms


After the very strong growth of climbing gyms in French-speaking or Western Switzerland between 2010 and 2020, the trend since 2018 has been towards trampoline parks. These are halls that offer numerous trampolines of different types. They are mainly popular with teenagers between the ages of 12 and 18, but are also suitable for adults.

A view of the Jumpark hall in Yverdon in the canton of Vaud.
A view of the Jumpark hall in Yverdon in the canton of Vaud.

The sessions generally last one hour and it is often compulsory to have anti-slip socks on sale on the spot for about 3 francs a pair.

Non-slip socks.
Non-slip socks.

The price of a session is about 15 francs and it is recommended to book in particular at Jumpark Yverdon.

Trampoline areas


Several zones are available in a trampoline park, each room does not have all types:

🔲 Trampo zone


Standard side-by-side trampolines.

Trampolines at Jumpland.
Trampolines at Jumpland.

📏 Tumbling zone


Long trampoline that allows you to make jumps in a row.

The tumbling trampoline at Jumpark.
The tumbling trampoline at Jumpark.

🏀 Dunk zone


Trampolines for throwing a ball into a basket.

The dunk zone at Jumpland.
The dunk zone at Jumpland.

🤸 Jump pit zone


Trampolines that allow you to make a big jump by landing in foam cubes.

The jump pit at l’Entrepôt in Bulle.
The jump pit at l'Entrepôt in Bulle.

🏴‍☠️ Commando zone


Aerial fighter course with an inflatable mattress in case of a fall.

The aerial courseof Jumping Jack in Courroux in the canton of Jura. Photo: migros.ch
The aerial courseof Jumping Jack in Courroux in the canton of Jura.

⚔️ Joust zone


Beam on which two players are trying to knock each other down with a stick.

The joust zone at Jumping Jack. Photo: raimeux.org
The joust zone at Jumping Jack. Photo: raimeux.org

🧵 Slackline zone


String you walk on.

The slackline of Jumpland. Photo: jumpland.ch
The slackline of Jumpland

⚽ Dodgeball zone


Area of trampolines including some inclined ones allowing a ball game.

The dodgeball area at Jumpland.
The dodgeball area at Jumpland.

🧱 Wall zone


Padded walls along which one tries to climb.

The wall zone at Jumpland.
The wall zone at Jumpland.

🥇 Pro zone


Isolated trampolines designed for specialists. They are larger.

A pro trampoline at Jumpark.
A pro trampoline at Jumpark.

👶 Babies zone


Zone specially adapted for toddlers.

The baby zone of Jumpark.
The baby zone of Jumpark.

Park types


Five trampoline parks are available in French-speaking or Western Switzerland.

Parks dedicated to trampolines


Three parks are dedicated to the practice of trampoline:

  1. Jumpark Yverdon
  2. Jumpland Aigle
  3. Jumping Jack Courroux

Jumpland has the largest trampoline area with 1’200 m2. Just like Jumping Jack, it is oriented towards games, unlike the Jumpark which is more dedicated to sports. The latter is the only one to have an area dedicated to the little ones. Jumping Jack is the only trampoline park with an aerial obstacle course.

Parks Including trampolines


Two trampoline parks are in addition to another activity, they are much smaller trampoline areas than the three previous parks:

  1. L’Entrepôt Bulle – main activity: bouldering.
  2. Alaia Chalet Lens – main activity: indoor and outdoor skatepark

The Alaia Chalet offers more sporting activities with Olympic-size trampolines, while l’Entrepôt offers trampolines for playing.

Trampolines halls


  1. Jumpark
  2. Jumpland
  3. Jumping Jack
  4. L’Entrepôt
  5. Alaïa Chalet

Jumpark


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  • 📍 Location: Yverdon VD
  • 🔗 Link: Jumpark
  • 🏗️ Construction: 2017
  • ⚪ Surface: 770 m²
  • 🔟 Nunber of trampolines: about 40
  • 🔲 Simple trampos: ✔️
  • 📏 Tumbling: ✔️
  • 🏀 Dunk: ✔️
  • 🤸 Jumping pit: ✔️
  • 🏴‍☠️ Commando: ❌
  • ⚔️ Joust: ❌
  • 🧵 Slackline: ✔️ (réception sur tapis)
  • ⚽ Dodgeball: ✔️
  • 🧱 Wall: ✔️
  • 🥇 Pro: ✔️
  • 👶 Babies: ✔️ Starting from 1 year old

See explanations on the characteristics

The Jumpark proposes a large trampoline park in Yverdon . Different trampolines allow children and adults to have fun with the possibility of jumping and landing safely in an area with foam cubes. Be careful not to forget to book your one hour session on the internet.

The trampolines in the Jumpark with the reception areas containing foam cubes.
The trampolines in the Jumpark with the reception areas containing foam cubes.

The Jumpark map. Photo: wee.com
The Jumpark map.

A video on Jumpark.

Jumpland


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  • 📍 Location: Aigle VD
  • 🔗 Link: Jumpland
  • 🏗️ Construction: 2020
  • ⚪ Surface: 1’200 m²
  • 🔟 Nunber of trampolines: 39
  • 🔲 Simple trampos: ✔️
  • 📏 Tumbling: ❌
  • 🏀 Dunk: ✔️
  • 🤸 Jumping pit: ✔️
  • 🏴‍☠️ Commando: ❌
  • ⚔️ Joust: ✔️
  • 🧵 Slackline: ✔️
  • ⚽ Dodgeball: ✔️
  • 🧱 Wall: ✔️
  • 🥇 Pro: ❌
  • 👶 Babies: ❌ Min 6 years old

See explanations on the characteristics

Jumpland in the industrial zone of Aigle proposes 39 trampolines in several different areas. It is the largest trampoline centre in Switzerland with a surface area of 1200 m².

The main area of Jumpland with 26 trampolines.
The main area of Jumpland with 26 trampolines.

A video on Jumpland.

Jumping Jack


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  • 📍 Location: Courroux JU
  • 🔗 Link: Jumping Jack
  • 🏗️ Construction: 2019
  • ⚪ Surface: 700 m²
  • 🔟 Nunber of trampolines: about 25
  • 🔲 Simple trampos: ✔️
  • 📏 Tumbling: ✔️
  • 🏀 Dunk: ✔️
  • 🤸 Jumping pit: ✔️
  • 🏴‍☠️ Commando: ✔️
  • ⚔️ Joust: ✔️
  • 🧵 Slackline: ✔️
  • ⚽ Dodgeball: ✔️
  • 🧱 Wall: ❌
  • 🥇 Pro: ❌
  • 👶 Babies: ❌ Min 3 years old

See explanations on the characteristics

La Torpille did not visit Jumping Jack because this very well designed trampoline park is located in the canton of Jura, an area not covered at the moment with also the Bernese Jura.

The trampolines of Jumping Jack. Photo: rfj.ch
The trampolines of Jumping Jack

Jumping Jack map.
Jumping Jack map.

A video on Jumping Jack in Courroux JU.

L’Entrepôt


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  • 📍 Location: Bulle FR
  • 🔗 Link: L’Entrepôt Trampo & Bloc
  • 🏗️ Construction: 2019
  • ⚪ Surface: Environ 400 m²
  • 🔟 Nunber of trampolines: 20
  • 🔲 Simple trampos: ✔️
  • 📏 Tumbling: ✔️
  • 🏀 Dunk: ❌
  • 🤸 Jumping pit: ✔️
  • 🏴‍☠️ Commando: ❌
  • ⚔️ Joust: ❌
  • 🧵 Slackline: ❌
  • ⚽ Dodgeball: ❌
  • 🧱 Wall: ❌
  • 🥇 Pro: ❌
  • 👶 Babies: ❌ Min 6 years olf

See explanations on the characteristics

L’entrepôt in Bulle, owned by Laniac, offers a trampoline area consisting of a jump Arena, a tumbling area and a freestyle area with foam for the reception of a big jump. L’entrepôt also offers a Climbing Boulder area of about 1’000 m².

The jumping pit of l’entrepôt with the small trampolines in the background.
The jumping pit of l'entrepôt with the small trampolines in the background.

3D view of the trampoline area. Photo: Wemakeit.com
3D view of the trampoline area.

Alaïa Chalet


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  • 📍 Location: Lens VS
  • 🔗 Link: Alaïa Chalet
  • 🏗️ Construction: 2019
  • ⚪ Surface: Environ 400 m²
  • 🔟 Nunber of trampolines: Less than 10
  • 🔲 Simple trampos: ✔️
  • 📏 Tumbling: ❌
  • 🏀 Dunk: ❌
  • 🤸 Jumping pit: ✔️
  • 🏴‍☠️ Commando: ❌
  • ⚔️ Joust: ❌
  • 🧵 Slackline: ❌
  • ⚽ Dodgeball: ❌
  • 🧱 Wall: ❌
  • 🥇 Pro: ✔️
  • 👶 Babies: ❌ Min 6 years old

See explanations on the characteristics

The Alaïa Chalet is a gym and trampolines in the village of Lens near Crans-Montana. The chalet also offers an indoor and an outdoor skatepark.

The 7 trampolines of the Alaïa Chalet.
The 7 trampolines of the Alaïa Chalet.

A descriptive video about the Alaïa Chalet.

Trampoline parcs mapping


See the geographical position of trampoline parks in Western Switzerland.

carte suisse romande parcs trampoline