Accident Prevention

As in most recreational sports, participants may be injured. The following are common reasons why trampoline accidents happen and how to prevent them.

Attempting summersaults:
Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis or death even when landing on the middle of the trampoline.

Incorrect transfer between trampoline and decking or platform areas:
Walk from trampoline to decking areas. Improper transfer can result in sprains or breaks.

Hitting the frame:
Do not jump directly onto the safety pad. Jumpers should stay in the center of the trampoline when jumping. Injury may result from hitting the frame when control is lost.

More than one person on the trampoline:
Use by more than one person at the same time can result in serious injuries.

Only one person per lane in the flip zone at a time:
Do not jump in the flip zone when someone else is already in it as serious injury from collision may occur.

No diving or performing a belly flop into the flip zone:
Do not dive or attempt a belly flop into the flip zone as serious injury to head, neck or spine can result.

Inadequate skill level:
Attempting skills above one’s ability may result in serious injury paralysis or death.

Foreign objects:
Jumping with foreign objects can also increase the chances of getting injured. This includes keys, phones, cameras, belt buckles and studs. No jewelry is permitted while jumping.

No food or objects in mouth:
Chewing gum, food, candies or other objects in any person’s mouth are not permitted. These items may accidentally fall out causing unsanitary conditions and are also a choking hazard.

Alcohol and drug use:
Alcohol and drug use impair a jumper’s coordination and judgement. Loss of control and the risk of injuries are greatly increased. Individuals suspected of jumping while under such influences will be asked to leave the facility.

Pre-existing conditions:
Do not jump on the trampolines if you have a pre-existing condition or injury. Women who are pregnant should not participate in jumping.

Trampoline Park Safety

At Boost Trampoline Park, safety is more than just a catch-phrase…we always put safety first. Each Boost Team member has been trained to ensure a safe and fun experience for every one of our guests. In this section, we want to highlight the Boost Trampoline Park Safety Features that are in place for you and your family. Boost Trampoline Park was designed for maximum safety, and has been manufactured and installed by an industry leading manufacturer.

Soft Trampoline Walls 

“Old School” Trampolines left jumpers exposed to tumbling off onto the ground and could frequently result in injuries. We’ve eliminated this danger by completely surrounding our trampolines with soft but strong, trampoline walls. These walls are SO strong jumpers can bounce off them and back onto the trampoline floor.

Safety Netting 

Where the soft, 8-ft-high trampoline walls end, safety netting continues for a distance high enough to contain all jumpers. The safety netting can withstand up to 150 lbs per square inch.


Our trampolines have no gaps to fall through, nor are there any exposed springs. All steel and springs are covered by 8 inches of the highest quality padding.

Foam Pit

Our foam pit contains over 4 feet of soft foam over a trampoline floor. Court monitors are present at all times to ensure foam pit jumpers follow our safety rules. NOTE: Diving headfirst into the foam pit is strictly prohibited.


Our trained staff performs regular inspections of all components of our trampolines to ensure that everything is always in proper working order.

TUESDAY 3pm to 7pm
10am -12pm Toddler Time (5 and under only)
WEDNESDAY 3pm to 7pm
THURSDAY 3pm to 7pm
FRIDAY 3pm to 9pm
SATURDAY 11am to 9pm
10am -11am Toddler Time (5 and under only)
SUNDAY 2pm to 6pm