This week’s field trips for our Funnest Summer Ever!! were a total bust. But, we decided to make ice cubes out of rain and go have fun anyway.
On Friday the boys and I met preschool friends at Eli’s Fun Center in Verona. I will be honest, the germaphobe in me was a bit worried. However, I decided to suck it up and see what it was all about.
We arrived at 10am for the 1.5 hour open jump session. It’s $6 per child. We signed our kids in, but didn’t fill out the usual release form that I’ve seen at other jump house places. While the building itself is meh, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it looked clean.
The kids had a blast. There was a huge inflatable obstacle course, a batting area, bouncy basketball along with 2 smaller inflatable houses for the littles.
What I liked was that there was more for the kiddos to play with. There were a lot of coin operated ride-ons, a play house, a train table and a balance air plane.
There was a separate room that houses an arcade, tables, snack bar and an area for parties.
The drawbacks–there was no soap in the ladies rest room and if there had been more big kids, it would have been tough for my little guys.
- Cost is $6 per kid
- Public Play hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 10-11:30am
- Make sure you wear socks and no studded clothing
Have you been to Eli’s Fun Center? What do you think?