Kids and adults alike can jump for joy, bounce, flip and a number of other activities at the new TopJump attraction in Pigeon Forge.
The first of its kind in Sevier County, the 34,000 square foot TopJump Trampoline Park has all the traditional trampoline park activities such as dodge ball, basketball, ninja course, gladiator pit and an airbag. It also boasts the largest Clip n’ Climb Center in the United States with an array of climbing walls and unique challenges, including a gravity-defying stack of spheres called the Astro-Ball and a spiral of pillars named the Stairway to Heaven. A special TopKids area is designed for kids less than 42″ tall.
Parents and spectators can watch all the high-flying action from a central platform that overlooks the trampoline arena, Clip n’ Climb and TopKids area.
“We are excited to bring the newest attraction to Pigeon Forge. TopJump will give locals and tourists alike the opportunity to be active during their stay no matter the weather,” said TopJump CEO Chucky Blalock. “Our goal was to create a destination for kids and adults where they feel safe and happy.”
Blalock stressed that safety is a priority for the attraction. Each activity has employees stationed to assist participants and a list of rules posted.
The attraction also features an arcade where a card system eliminates the use of tokens or prize tickets. With giant lollypops, the adjacent Sugar Rush Candy Store is decorated as colorfully as the candy selection lining the walls and displays.
Special discounts are available for Sevier County residents and workers; active military personnel and their families; and groups of ten or more people. Party packages are also offered.
While the attraction is already open for business, the public is invited to attend the official ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 11 a.m. with a grand opening celebration to follow from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. offering free jumping, free climbing and 20% off food and drinks at the concession stand.
TopJump Trampoline Park is located at 3735 Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., near Dixie Stampede between light #8 and #10. There is plenty of parking and motorists can access the parking lot from either the Parkway or S. River Road.