Raring2go! Reviews Infinite Durham

        
Raring2go! Reviews Infinite Durham

f1fd3dcd96f23834e3fc133ea3f9632c.jpgRaring2go! Reviews Infinite Air & Inflatable Air at Infinite Durham

Robyn & Lauren (both 14) tested out an action-packed afternoon at Infinite Durham.

Infinite Air Extreme Trampolines

After changing into the grip socks provided the girls were straight into the safety briefing before their Open Jump session for ages 6+. So many different trampolines to choose from!  The girls headed straight for the main jump area with over 40 trampolines including tumble tracks, performance beds, dodgeball court and a wall run, there is plenty of space for everyone! Next it was on the trampoline basketball courts to practice their goal scoring! As their confidence increased they ventured on to the air bag jump - standing at nearly 3 metres above the podium floor, you look down on a huge airbag, and all eyes are on you! You’re at the highest point in Infinite Air, looking out over the whole park, waiting to jump!

“I loved the air bag jump. It was quite scary at first but really good fun, especially climbing out of the air bag!” Lauren

Inflatables  

Following a quick break for a drink our reviewers took their positions on the Battle Beam above the foam pit and commenced battle with giant battle sticks & a lot of giggles as they knocked each other off the beam.

After an hour of bouncing fun the girls had a short break before their Inflatables session. A selection of enormous, top of the range inflatables which are fantastic fun 4d7741d1a585a5ff340f1d33bd55cfdf.jpgfor those aged 6 and over! Its inflatable Total Wipeout & the girls loved it – it’s very high energy and competitive. Their favourite games were the Dash n Grab on elasticated harnesses, the Unclimbable Ladder and of course the Sweeper!

“This was my favourite session. I loved the inflatable games.” Robyn

Children (& adults) are well supervised at all times at Infinite Durham, you don’t have to follow a designated route and can be as brave (or not) as you like. There is plenty of space & equipment for individuals to go at their own pace.

Lickety Split, Durham

After all that excitement the afternoon finale was an ice cream sundae at Lickety Split’s fabulous 50s style diner within Infinite Durham.

“What a fabulous afternoon. The kids had a lot of fun - I loved the way that youngsters (& adults) are encouraged to be kids – to climb, to jump and to push their boundaries and have a go. There’s a great café and the extra special Lickety Split Diner of course for parents to pass the time whilst the kids are having fun.” Alison (parent)

Notes for Parents:

Supervision was excellent at all times & the friendly staff were very helpful.

Infinite Durham is an indoor multi activity park at Belmont, Durham. With over 18,000 sq ft of Trampolines, Foam Pits and a huge Air Bag plus 4,000 sq ft of space for tots. The high clear roof gives an amazing feeling of f61777f1eb67c05be5482b2a4b93044c.jpgbeing outdoors, whilst keeping you protected from the weather. Activities include a trampoline park, inflatables, laser games & soccer pitches. Sessions suitable for ages from tots to adults. Pre-booking is required, for latest dates visit the Infinite Durham website.

Jump socks are provided.

The onsite café is a great place to watch some of the fun with a coffee.

A visit to Lickety Split 50s diner for ice cream is a must but best saved until after the activity session!  

For more information visit the Infinite Durham Website

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