If you are tired of doing the same stuff over and over again and want to try something new in Bogotá, you can find a 3,000 square meter park full of trampolines and games where time and fun never ends. Here is why you should go to Summit Trampoline Park.
Summit Bogotá is an indoor park with a great variety of games and activities made with Olympic sized trampolines for playing basketball, dodgeball, or football, doing a ninja warrior course, rock climbing, and more! The place is absolute heaven for those like me who enjoy jumping. It’s so cool and fun that it is worth giving it a go if you are bored on a Sunday with your mates.
What you can do at Summit Trampoline Park
The number of things you can do at the park is huge, here are some of the games and rides you can try:
- Freestyle jump: it’s a whole space with trampolines on the floor and on the walls where you can jump however you want and repeat as many times as you wish.
- Giant Airbag: here you can jump in one of those airbags that stunt actors use in the action films. It has a very dramatic stair that leads into it where you can recreate the famous Mufasa and Scar scene in the Lion King.
- Dodgeball: there’s not much to say here, apart from the fact that you will be playing this awesome game while jumping on trampolines.
- Basketball: if you ever wanted to play like those guys in the NBA and dunk the ball while being in the air, then this is the closest you will be to that feeling.
- Sky Rider: after all that jumping, if you want to rest and enjoy the view of the park from the top, then the sky rider is the one for you! You will be suspended in some sort of roller coaster held by a harness that will take you across the whole park.
How much it costs
An hour at the trampoline park costs $9 USD/$30,000 COP on the weekends and $7.53 USD/$25,000 COP on a weekday. You will also have to buy some safety socks for $1.80 USD/$6,000 COP that you should keep for future visits.
Where it is
Summit trampoline park is on Avenida 80, which is an important road that crosses Bogotá from east to west and connects the city with Medellín. Getting to that part of the city can take a little while depending on where you are, so my advice is that you take Transmilenio to Portal 80 and then take a taxi to the park. This will save you a lot of time and money that can be invested in having a great time at the park.
- Start with one hour. Depending on your fitness level and state of mind, you might find two hours quite excessive. Remember that you can always buy an extra hour if you are feeling keen.
- Wear comfy clothes. There is nothing worse than trying to jump in some skinny jeans.
- Bring a lock. There are lockers in the park where you can put your stuff, but they don’t give you a lock, so better safe than sorry.
- If you don’t like kids, then avoid the weekends. These days are highly demanded by kids so if you want to jump in peace, try to go at an odd time, like a Wednesday at 10 am.
- The park takes card and cash so bring what you fancy more.
- Don’t eat before and save it for later. There is a cafeteria that sells pizza, hot dogs, ice cream, and other snacks at a fairly reasonable price; just make sure you visit it on your way out.
- You can go by yourself, but it’s WAY more fun with someone else.
- Click here to check out the safety rules and recommendations.
Last but not least, you should be prepared to have some great fun and get extremely tired. If you are like me (a non-athletic person), you will find that the first 30 minutes can be hard, but once you get the hang of it and start playing games with your friends, you will notice that time will fly and you will love it so much that you’ll come back every week! Summit Trampoline Park in Bogotá is just one of the amazing things, like amusement parks, escape rooms, go-karts, and more, that the city has to offer and I can guarantee that you will be having the most fun ever! Trust me when I tell you that no one ever leaves a trampoline park with a sad face.
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