Trampoline Safety &
All guests, jumpers, and non-jumpers are required to read and sign the electronic waiver.
All guests under the age of 18 must have a waiver completed and signed by their parent or legal guardian.
Electronic waivers remain valid for one year.
As in most recreational sports, participants may be injured. This section covers the most common accidents. Responsibilities of jumpers in accident prevention are outlined.
The following are reasons why accidents happen:
Attempting Somersaults: Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or death, even when landing in the middle of the trampoline bed.
More than one person on the Trampoline: Use by more than one person at the same time can result in serious injuries.
Hitting the Frame: Jumpers should stay in the center of the trampoline when jumping. Injury may result from hitting the frame when control is lost. Do not jump directly onto the safety pad.
Incorrect transfer from Trampolines to Decking or Platform Areas: Improper transfer can result in broken ankles or other injuries. Make sure to walk from trampolines to decking areas.
Alcohol and Drug Use: Alcohol and drug use impair a jumper’s coordination, loss of control as well as injuries are greatly increased.
Inadequate Skill Level: Attempting skills above one’s ability may cause serious injury, paralysis, or death.
Foreign Objects: Jumping with a foreign object can also increase the chances of getting injured. This includes keys, phones, cameras, etc.