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February 5, 2023

Mom Report: Rockin’ Jump!

Whether it’s a rainy day, blistering hot day, or just a day where you’re looking for something new to wear the kids out, Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park is the place to be. My family checked out the new Colerain Avenue location, and let me tell you, we all had a blast, and we are all going to sleep good tonight. 


The main attractions at Rockin’ Jump include: dodgeball courts, three basketball hoops, stunt bag arena, x-beam, open jump areas, the ninja challenge course, and the vertigo climbing wall. As a parent, I would say the highlights include comfy couches with a tv screen watching over the kiddos, massage chairs (six minutes of heaven for $2), friendly staff, nice cafe, free lockers, and … it is clean! 


With bouncing boys ages 5 and 3 (and 5 months … but he wasn’t participating in the jumping), I sometimes worry about my guys getting bowled over in a sea of big kids, but at Rockin’ Jump there is a special area designated for jumpers 6 and younger. My dudes had a blast jumping in this safe zone, but also loved breaking out and doing everything Rockin’ Jump had to offer. Dominic, my 5-year-old, enjoyed the Vertigo Climbing Wall the most, and rang the buzzer at the top at least ten times. I even took a turn on the rock wall with him, as we raced to the top. Can you believe he beat me both times? 😉  Luca, my 3-year-old, liked the Ninja Challenge Course best, specifically wading through the foam blocks. My biggest kid, my husband Joe, loved doing his best Lebron James impersonation in the dunk zone. I enjoyed just bouncing … and also chasing my kids around the dodgeball court, playing “you can’t hit me.” We all laughed and smiled, and the day felt effortless … which as a mom, I must admit doesn’t always happen. It was so pleasant. I’d truly recommend it. 

Check out a Video of our experience here!!

If you’d like to have a super fun, easy day with your family, I would say check out Rockin’ Jump. Before you do, fill out the online waiver form here. An hour of jumping  and climbing is only $16 (plus $3 for rockin’ socks — but you can reuse them in subsequent visits). Or if you have little jumpers, visit during Rockin’ Tots parent and me time (Monday – Saturday, 8 – 10 a.m.) for just $12 for a tot and grownup combo (additional tots $3 each). Another great option would be to throw a birthday party at Rockin’ Jump, there are many options and price points (pro tip: weekdays are less expensive). 


Overall, from the mouths of babes … 

“I give it like 50 thumbs up!” – Dominic

“Can we come back here tomorrow?” -Luca

“I still have four years of eligibility left, let Mick Cronin see my dunk video!” – Joe


Rockin’ Jump

8350 Colerain Ave.

513-373-4260 or  

About the Author

Amanda Ciani

Amanda Ciani lives in Northern Kentucky with her husband and their three terrific sons. She enjoys writing haiku parenting poems for her Instagram account (@cinciciani), and Twitter account (@haikuciani).