Things to do for Autistic Children in NJ - Special Needs
Are you looking for something to do with your Autistic child? Come to Jumpnasium to one of our Special Needs nights and watch your child have the time of their life!! (Click here to see our schedule!)
Meet other parents and make new friends while your kids jump, bounce and slide on our awesome inflatables in our unique climate controled clean indoor playground environment.
Children under 34" are free when accompanying a paying child. Parents are always Free!
- Children must be 34” or taller to jump on most of our inflatables.
- 42" or taller for our NEW Slippery Rock Side.
- We also have plenty of "non-bounce” equipment for the toddlers to play with.
NEW Hurricane Booth just arrived!
- Free ride for the Birthday child when having a party!
- Plus access to our kid-friendly arcade games, and both child and adult sized air hockey tables.
- NEW Photo Booth just arrived!!!
- Supervision by our experienced staff.
- Parents are required to stay on premises.
- No outside food is permitted.
- Largest Indoor Playground in North NJ Filled with fun inflatables!
- Socks are required to bounce and are available for purchase if you forgot to bring your own.
- Open Jumps are 70 minutes long unless stated differently on schedule.
- You will have 40 minutes in stadium A and 30 minutes in Stadium B
- (We reserve the right to start in Stadium B and then go to Stadium A.)
$9.95 per bouncing child and Adults are FREE!
Prices are subject to NJ State Sales Tax.
Space is limited.
Reservations are required as space is limited.
Jumpnasium is pleased to partner with POAC Autism Services, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, in welcoming their families to our facility. POAC provides free workshops, training, and recreational events to those with autism, their families, and their educators throughout New Jersey. The recreational events allow children with autism to experience activities in a safe and welcoming environment while encouraging their siblings to establish new friendships. POAC receives no government funding and could not do what they do without the support of the local community. Please visit their web site at www.poac.net to learn more about their free programs and services, or to find out how you can help.
Things to do for Autistic Children - in NJ - Morris, Passaic Essex County