Opening of Jumpsquare trampoline park in Eindhoven

17 May, 2021

From Thursday 4 March onwards, indoor trampoline park Jumpsquare will open the doors of their newest location in Eindhoven. The opening was previously planned for January

At 10 am on Thursday 4 March, Jumpsquare will be opening a new indoor trampoline park in Eindhoven. The opening was originally scheduled for January, but the national lockdown resulted in a postponement. The park in Eindhoven is the 16th trampoline park to be opened by the Jumpsquare chain, thereby strengthening its position as market leader in the Dutch and Belgian markets.

The trampoline park in Eindhoven is located on Fakkellaan in the building that formerly housed the Prinsenjagt sauna. The trampoline park will be open seven days a week, with longer opening hours during school holidays and special morning time slots for children ages 1½ to 6 years. The large park offers much more than just regular trampoline jumping. It also has several zones, such as the Main Court, Sports Zone, Challenge Zone and even an Extreme Zone. Each zone features a combination of trampoline-related attractions: BigAirBag©, crazy Twister and Foam Pit with Slack Line and Battle Beam. More experienced jumpers and free runners can challenge themselves on the Ninja Course, high-performance trampolines and a ‘Walk Wall’. In other words, there’s plenty of action to be found for every age and level.

New in the Netherlands: HiT iT!

Jumpsquare Eindhoven is the first park in the Netherlands to present a new innovation: HiT iT! This interactive arena developed by ELI Play offers challenges, excitement, competition and entertainment. The HiT iT! Arena is a course with various obstacles and touchpoints. Players need to touch the touchpoints with their RFID wristband to earn as many points as possible.


A VALO Jump is found at various Jumpsquare parks and the one in Eindhoven will soon have a duo version. The VALO Jump is a unique combination of fun and movement because the jumper physically takes part in a computer game. There is a large computer screen with a camera for the trampoline, so that the jumper can see him or herself live in the computer game. The players jump over the digital obstacles, dive away and try to be the first to reach the next level. A variety of games and training apps make the VALO Jump perfect for players of all ages, sizes and skill levels. The duo version lets multiple players compete.

A day out with Jumpsquare

This large Jumpsquare park gives the people of Eindhoven and surrounding area a complete day out. Thanks to the dozens of Jump attractions and extensive food service options, visitors have enough to keep them entertained for hours on end. Everyone over the age of seven can jump, while the youngest jumpers (1½ to 6 years) can enjoy the special ‘Mini Jump’ hours. Jumping is available from €13.99 per person, including special non-slip jumping socks. But Jumpsquare is not only focused on fun jumpers; Jumpsquare also organises Jump Fit training sessions and a JumpScool course where you can learn all kinds of trampoline tricks.  “Trampoline jumping is not only fun, but the perfect way to stay healthy and fit,” says Roland van Geest. The park also offers a wide range of packages for children’s birthday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties and company events.

Popularity of trampoline parks

Large indoor trampoline parks originated in the United States, where ‘jumping’ has been extremely popular for many years. The combination of fun and physical activity appeals to a wide audience. Jumpsquare is a Dutch chain of high-quality trampoline parks, the first of which opened in Nieuwegein in 2015. The park in Eindhoven is the 13th trampoline park to be opened by the chain in the Netherlands and employs a staff of 20-30 people.

In spite of a challenging pandemic year, the Jumpsquare Group managed to acquire two new parks and convert them into Jumpsquare parks in 2020. Another two openings of brand-new parks are scheduled for 2021, starting with Eindhoven and followed by Tilburg.

Other Jumpsquare parks can be found in Amsterdam, Arnhem, Baarn, Gouda, Heerhugowaard, Kerkrade, Lelystad, Maastricht, Nieuwegein, Nijmegen, Rijswijk and Veghel. Jumpsquare can also be found in the Belgian cities of Bruges, Hasselt and Kortrijk.