Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park hosting three Halloween events in Myrtle Beach SC

Things are getting spooky at Rockin’ Jump Trampoline Park as the park will host three discounted events on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Tots Boo Go

From 9 AM to 2 PM., buy one Rockin’ Tots admission that includes one child and one parent and get a second Rockin’ Tots child admission for free. Rockin’ Tots is the park’s special mornings program just for children age 6 and under with their parents.

Bootiful Halloween

From 3 PM to 8 PM, get a second hour of jump time ABSOLUTELY FREE! This event is for all ages.

Rockin’ Family Fun

Also from 3 PM to 8 PM, get a Rockin’ Family Fun pack for just $65! The pack includes one hour of jump time for four jumpers, four pairs of Rockin’ Socks, one Pizza and one Pitcher of soft drinks.

“We are hosting these events to provide fitness disguised as fun to all ages as an alternative or in addition to children and their families trick or treating in their neighborhoods on the holiday,” says Brittany Glover, General Manager at Rockin’ Jump.
The park kicked off its second summer in Myrtle Beach with new skill challenges added to one of their most popular attractions, the Ninja Challenge Course. These include a double trapeze and three large red balls to sit or stand on as you navigate your way through the course. Test your skills as you compete against the clock and your friends to earn the
ultimate “bragging rights”! This demanding course requires upper body strength as well as balance and coordination to make it through without falling to the pool of foam below. Come master your skills and endurance as you traverse the quad step to the trapeze, to the cargo net, to the tube swing. As you round the turn and head home, the challenges
continue through the swinging rings, to the sea of hanging discs, to climb the rope and if you made it this far you will finish up on the monkey bars and sloped pipe. Minimum height requirement for the Ninja Challenge Course is 54′′ tall.

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