Mom Report: Run, Jump n Play

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                  Fall has finally decided to stick around and that means cooler temperatures. Kids need to get their energy out, and when playing outside is not suitable, parents need to have a back-up plan. Run, Jump, n Play, a popular indoor play ground has recently moved to Blue Ash off of Pfeiffer Road (at I-71 and Pfeiffer Road, behind Bob Evans). This location is very convenient and the timing of the opening couldn’t be better!

                  Recently my two children and I met a friend and her three toddlers. From the beginning we had nothing but a positive experience. The front door to the building was automatic, so that made it very easy to get in while manning a stroller and supervising my other child. The staff was very welcoming and clearly explained the rules. Everyone has to sign a waiver before playing and all children need to wear socks. If you forgot your socks they sell them for $2. I also liked that there was hand sanitizer throughout.

                  Once we settled in we started out in the toddler play zone, which is gated and safe for toddlers to explore. There were a number of things for toddlers to climb on and interact with, including a rocket ship that rotates. This is a great area to hang with really little ones. Beyond the toddler zone are a number of play sets for the older kids to play on. There are slides, swings, forts, rock walls, and much more. My kids had a blast going between the different areas and in particular loved playing in the little forts and ringing the bell. In addition to the play sets there are trampolines for kids to jump on and on certain days there are inflatables.

                  Run, Jump, n Play is a great place to spend a morning or afternoon with its convenient hours and location. The staff is very friendly and the facility is clean. There are areas for parents to sit down while still being able to watch their kids and a ton for kids to do. Be sure to check out their website at for more details about hours and price!



Susie Dyson lives in the northern suburbs of Cincinnati with her husband and three kids. She has a 4-year-old, 2-year-old, and a new baby! Together, they like to explore new things in Cincinnati as well as favorite places like Home of the Brave Park and Glenwood Gardens. Susie is a former High School teacher and now stays at home with her kids. She also enjoys running, being outside, spending time with family and friends, participating in her church's activities, and drinking coffee.

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