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Better Extreme Trampoline Park

At our trampoline you'll find a huge main jump arena with unique features allowing you to pull off some crazy flips. We also have a whole range of other cool features for you to enjoy with your family and friends, including a fidget ladder, slack…

At our trampoline you'll find a huge main jump arena with unique features allowing you to pull off some crazy flips. We also have a whole range of other cool features for you to enjoy with your family and friends, including a fidget ladder, slack line, foam pits and performance walls - so dive in and master those acrobatic tricks.

For every level, from beginner to pro...our experienced staff are here to help you learn, hone your skills and have some serious fun – whatever level you’re at.

The trampoline park has over 100 individual trampolines, with nine fun areas to choose from including dunk hoops and extreme dodgeball.

Who to contact

Telephone
01793 877 323
Website
Better Extreme Trampoline Swindon

Where to go

Address
Link Leisure Centre
West Swindon District Centre
Swindon
Postcode
SN5 7DL

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open 7 days a week
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening
Open all year
Session Information
9.00am - 9.00pm (term-time); closes at 8.00pm in the school holidays

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
See website for cost details
Details

Registering for Extreme membership is free.  Under 5's free with a paying adult.

All trampoline park customers must wear Better Extreme branded socks at all times when ​using the park. These are available to purchase (£2) when making your online booking or from reception at the venue.

Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Young people
Disabled children/young people
Adults

Last checked on 08/08/2019

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