Blackpool’s play park with over 100 trampolines and a ninja assault course

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The massive trampoline park will keep you occupied this half-term


Ascent Trampoline Park
Ascent Trampoline Park (Image: James Maloney)

It’s half-term week, which means you’re probably looking for something to do which will occupy the kids before Halloween.

Ascent Trampoline Park in Blackpool has an all-in-one ticket that will help you and the kids fill the time while having tonnes of fun.

Ascent isn’t just about trampolines. In fact it hosts 10 different features – from a giant air bag where you can practice your flips and tricks, to a Ninja Assault Course that will surely make a Gladiator out of the little ones – here’s everything you need to know about the trampoline park that will keep you busy this half-term.

The trampoline park is open from 10am to 8pm from Monday to Thursdays during school holidays, on Friday and Saturday it is open until 9pm. Its Sunday opening hours are 10am – 6.30pm.

Ascent Trampoline Park has a soft play centre, caving, a climbing wall, an air bag, ninja assault course, dodgeball, a flip zone, pits, a slam dunk section and a café – as well as over 100 trampolines.

The Flip Zone is a three-lane space dedicated to flipping and tumbling like a gymnast. Similarly the pits, made up of soft foam cubes, give families the chance to experience the feeling of jumping ‘onto candy floss’.

The caving experience at Ascent Trampoline Park features multiple chambers, special effects, a squeeze chamber, fossil hunting, stalactites and a ball pit for just £6.95 per person for an hour session.

The entrance sign for Ascent Trampoline Park
The entrance sign for Ascent Trampoline Park (Image: James Maloney)

Participants must be over the age of 4 and will get a hardhat fitted with a torch to help them navigate through the tunnels. Adults accompanying toddlers through the experience are free of charge.

For those looking to take on the popular climbing wall, it is included in the all-in-one ticket, as well as the open jump sessions, meaning there’s no additional cost.

During the holidays, Ascent is also running a ‘Kids Holiday Camp’ for ages 5-12, priced at £19.95 per day or £80 per week.

For the little ones, aged 1 to 4, toddler sessions including access to the trampolines and soft play area, costs only £5.95 for one adult and one toddler.

An all-in-one ticket gives guests access to all park features, including the cave, meltdown and climbing wall. It costs £9.95 for an hour, and £12.95 for two hours.

You can book online here.