My son 2 1/2 and I had a wonderful time here during the toddler time from 10am -12pm on Wednesday. The space is huge and well designed. The playground area is the largest of it's kind I've seen and very well done. You can lose sight of your child once they are in it though so I reccomend standing by the entrance to the area so you know they haven't left the play area and gone off to jump on the trampolines. I do think that the staff at the entrance could use some training on costumer interaction and the touch screen computers you have to use to sign all the liability waivers are slow and inconveinent. It would be much quicker to just sign papers but I understand this is easier for their records than it is for costumers. Still all over all experience was a very good one. I think two hours is a great amount of time and I appreciate having a toddler time because I would be otherwise afraid of my small son being knocked around. There was a good number of staff members out in the play area and when a chair lost a bolt the staff was right there to fix it. The place is not well heated (if at all) so dress in layers and bring some tissues for little runny noses. Gripper socks are for sale at front $2 or you can go barefoot. There is a cafe with pizza, soda, pretzels, and the like and there is about every coin operated candy and toy machine out there so be prepared. We will certainly go back but only at tot time because other wise the pricing is a bit too steep and having to pay seperate for the trampolines and the playground area seems absurd to me.
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