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(AD – Review) Family Jump at Gravity Force in Camberley

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During the Summer holidays we were kindly invited along to enjoy a Family Jump session at Gravity Force in Camberley. Not only did we all have a brilliant time, I was really impressed with the politeness of the staff, who were also excellent with the children. Covid measures were also still in place, helping to make the whole experience feel safe and organised. We will definitely be back to jump again and I plan to take my toddler back for a Toddler Time session.

Welcome to Gravity Force

What happens at a Family Jump session at Gravity Force?

We went to a Family Jump session on a Friday morning between 10am – 11am, you can all take part in one on Saturdays and Sundays as well, again between 10am – 11am.

Before we arrived I completed the waiver online for everyone jumping, this helped to speed up the ‘check in’ process. Upon arrival we headed to the reception desk where checked in and were given pairs of Gravity Force socks. Currently due to Covid, socks are included with all bookings. We then went to watch the safety briefing before heading to the trampolines.

Gravity Force Camberley

The family session lasted an hour, so make sure you get there on time for maximum bouncing!

What is at Gravity Force?

At Gravity Force there were plenty of trampolines of various sizes, plus tumble tracks and platforms to jump off. My children loved the dodgeball, and my eldest’s favourites were the basket ball hoops and foam pit.

Gravity Force
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Gravity Force Trampolines Camberley

My children bounced the whole time they were at Gravity Force and burnt off plenty of energy before lunch!

Basket Ball Gravity Force
Basket Ball Gravity Force
Foam Pit Gravity Force

There is also a dedicated party area if you want to have a birthday party at Gravity Force.

Party Room at Gravity Force

What Covid measures were in place?

There are signs around the trampoline centre about social distancing and hand gel available. All the seating areas are social distanced and when you check in, you are allocated a table or seats so you can have a ‘base’ for your group. There is also a number and QR code on the table / chairs so you can order food and drink which is delivered to you.

You are required to wear socks when bouncing, due to Covid these are given out with each ticket.

Lots of people weren’t wearing face masks now restrictions have lifted but there were still some wearing masks.

What sessions can I attend?

Gravity Force offer a whole host of different sessions including the Open Jump, Family Jump, Toddler Time, Relaxed Sessions, Fitness Sessions, After School Sessions and more. Click here to find out more about pricing and times.

Where can I park?

The address for Gravity Force is 6-7 Admiralty Way, Camberley, GU15 3DT. There is ample free parking.

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