Reno and Sparks, in the Truckee Meadows area of Nevada, are surrounded by spectacular mountains and an unmatched outdoor sports scene. Sometimes the weather just won't cooperate or you're in the mood for something a little bit different. Reno and Sparks also have a great selection of indoor play places and gyms where families and kids can have fun and spend some energy when it's too hot or cold to play outside. These indoor playgrounds offer open play times, party rentals and daycare. Reno even has a cool indoor roller skating rink and climbing gym. Jump Man Jump is a favorite birthday party location, and speaking of jumping, EZ AIR is Reno's only indoor trampoline space.
EZ AIR is Reno's only indoor trampoline park. It has multiple trampolines with open jump times and offers various organized activities and private party rooms. EZ AIR is available for birthday parties, fundraisers, and corporate events.
Jump Man Jump has both open play and private party rentals. It hosts birthday parties, team and company events, school and childcare outings. You can book a party in a party room or take over the entire place, depending on how much you want to spend. No matter the age of your kids, Jump Man Jump has inflatables appropriate for their ages.
Roller Kingdom is an indoor roller skating rink and family fun center. It offers lessons, private parties, birthday parties and family skate nights, along with other activities. When it's too hot or too cold outside, Roller Kingdom lets kids and families blow off steam and get some exercise. If you're not up for skating, check out the Video Arcade, with state-of-the-art digital fun. You'll find prices and times of their wide variety of offerings on the Roller Kingdom website.
RockSport is the only full-service climbing gym in northern Nevada. RockSport has programs for the occasional recreational climber and serious, hardcore rock rats. RockSport accommodates kids, beginners, seasoned climbers and everyone else. You can even take kids here for climbing birthday parties. If you are interested in learning how to participate in this popular sport, RockSport offers lessons from rank beginner to search and rescue training. RockSport has been in business since 1992 and claims to be one of the oldest climbing gyms in the United States.