Rules and Guidelines

At Jump Nation we want all our customers and bouncers to have fun but in the safest environment possible. Your safety is our Number One priority. There will always be some risk involved in this type of activity.

Participation in any activity is always at your own discretion. Bouncing can be a dangerous sport and can result in injury if rules are not followed. With safety in mind the following rules and guidelines must be adhered to:

  • All bouncers must have a waiver signed before bouncing (if under 18 waiver must be signed by parent/guardian)
  • All bouncers must wear non grip socks while on the inflatable. This is for safety and hygiene reasons.
  • Bouncers must follow Jump Crew Staff instructions at all times, if disobeyed bouncers will be removed from the building
  • Bouncers must have correct coloured wristbands to bounce
  • Only one person per yellow wipeout ball at a time
  • Always be aware of other bouncers around you, especially smaller bouncers
  • Do not backflip the inflatable is sturdy and may cause injury to your back or joints if you land awkwardly
  • Always land on your feet or your bum when bouncing
  • Should you fall while bouncing keep arms and legs in close to your body and curl up to avoid injury
  • No double bouncing is permitted
  • No jumping into the noodles.
  • No food or drink allowed on the inflatable.
  • No outside food is permitted in Jump Nation
  • No chewing gum or any other other objects in your mouth while bouncing
  • Remove all objects from pockets i.e. phones, ipods, keys, money, sharp objects or anything on your clothing e.g. belt buckles that may cause injury or damage (Lockers are provided for these items)
  • No chasing, wrestling or rough play on the arena.
  • All tricks or flips attempted must be within your bouncing capabilities and within Jump Nation rules
  • Persons suspected to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will not be permitted on the premises and will be asked to leave.
  • Do not bounce if you are pregnant or think you might be
  • Do not bounce if you have medical problems (please seek medical advice before bouncing)