The Best Indoor Playgrounds in Brampton

With school out for the summer, finding fun and inexpensive ways to keep the kids busy can be a time consuming task. Brampton has many options for indoor play areas which are great for those rainy days when you can't spend the day out at a park or a splash pad. To make things simple I've put together a round up of the best indoor play areas in Brampton.

Jumping Jacks. Located on Hwy 10 and Fisherman Drive and at almost 3,000 square feet Jumping Jacks offers a little bit of everything with a large wooden play structure for the older kids and a toddler play area with toys, a mini ball pit, miniature slides and play equipment. What I love most about this place is all the different toys that the smaller kids can play with, they also have a air hockey machine which is free for customers to use. Open to parties on the weekend if your prefer some quieter times with the kids, I suggest you go on Tuesdays or Thursdays when it's their Twoonie days and you get $2 off the price of your admission.

JellyBeenz celebrated their 7 year anniversary in June 2013 voted as the "Best Indoor Playground" in Brampton for kids in Today's Parent magazine in 2012 and 2013 they can also boast that they are the biggest indoor playground in Brampton. With a plathora of things for the kids to do they have a large jungle gym for the bigger kids and a toddler area with smaller toys such as train sets and a princess dream house. The best thing about Jellybeenz is that they have a seperate room for the toddler play area, which is great for parents with younger kids that can take comfort in knowing that their toddlers can safely play without being run over by the older more energetic children. During the weeks they offer different theme days such as their Teddy Bear Party on Wednesdays and Dance Party Fridays.  

More Fun With Bounce is Brampton's newest indoor playground facility located at they boast over 4,800 sq ft facility with an amazing play structure geared towards children over the age of four, they also provide another smaller area for children under that age. When your looking to drop in for play I suggest you give them a call as there hours can vary based on if there is a private party booked. On Tuesday's they offer half price off the regular admission                                                                                      

Bramalea City Centre. Over the past few years we‘ve all seen Bramalea undergo a major transformation. With the addition of new sections and a renovation on the older areas it has helped Bramalea become an overall nicer looking mall. With the new renovations Bramalea has installed a mini play area for the kids. Located close to the upper level of Sears, there is a walled carpeted section with large plastic play toys for the kids to climb on. With a slide and some interactive toys hanging on the wall, it's a nice area to allow the kids to play while you take a break from shopping.  

Chapters Okay technically its not a play place its a bookstore, but I have to give them nods seeing as their kids area is pretty nice. I've spent many cold winter evenings here with my daughter watching her play with the toys they set out for the children to play with. The toys sometimes change but you can always count on the train set to be there. On different occasions there has also been a market stand and a doll house. What I love the most is that Starbucks is right there next to the magazine stand, which allows me to enjoy some mini R&R while my daughter gets to burn off some energy.

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