TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena in Pigeon Forge, TN

3735 ParkwayPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Get ready to jump, climb, swing, and soar at TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena in Pigeon Forge, TN. On top of traditional trampoline park activities such as open jump and dodgeball, TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena offers a climbing adventure, a massive video arcade, and a candy store. Designed for children and their families in mind, the facility also includes free WiFi and a comfortable viewing area for parents.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Activities include open jump, basketball, a climbing adventure, and more.
  • Parents can take advantage of the free WiFi and comfortable viewing area.
  • Stock up on sweets at the Sugar Rush Candy store and concession stand.
  • Height, age, and weight restrictions apply for various activities throughout the park.
  • Located between light #8 and #10 on the Pigeon Forge Parkway.


from TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena
Want to fly high, flip into an airbag, or dunk like Jordan? Sevier County’s first trampoline park located at the foot of the Smoky Mountains National Park offers a safe and extreme adventure for people of all ages. TopJump features all the traditional trampoline park attractions including open jump, airbag, ninja area, basketball, dodgeball, battle beam, and a kids area!

At TopJump, we also have the nation’s first sky-high climbing adventure, Clip ’n Climb. Our climbing arena has 21 different climbing lines to test your abilities. We also have a HUGE arcade, Sugar Rush Candy Store, and a place for parents to relax and see the whole park.

We are located between light #8 and #10 on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge near Dolly Parton's Stampede. Just minutes from Sevierville and Gatlinburg.

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"It was ok"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 24, 2019 NEW
We were excited, but unfortunately the customer service was horrible. We have never been wall climbing and it took forever to find someone to assist us. It seems as if there weren’t any workers and we were on our own for everything. The only enjoyment was the virtual reality. It took forever to do it because of lack of customer service, but once we started it was smooth sailing. The staff was nice but they weren’t available to help you and they wondered around chatting with one another. It wasn’t a pleasant experience. I would prob say try it once just for the virtual reality. Other than that we will never be back.
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Melinda R
"Wall climbing, trampoline park, and ninja course all in one"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2019 NEW
Our kids had so much fun here. Perfect for families with little kids or teenagers. You can do it all in one place. The staff were engaging, patient, friendly, and always had a smile on their faces. Several rock climbing activities, challenging ninja course, trampoline basketball, dodgeball, and jumping. You will love it here.
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"So disappointed :( not for young kids or single moms with multiple children !!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 15, 2019 NEW
My oldest child was off with his dad so I took my two younger kids. What kid wouldn't love a trampoline park ? Apparently mine :( my middle child is tall enough for main trampoline part but my youngest was an inch under so she couldn't jump in the main part. I was ok because They were nice enough to let me let my middle child go to the small kids area (sight unseen from front door) and I figured it would be just as good but smaller. After paying I had to wait for them to let us in for safety video area. Where we were required to watch a horrific video that shows a stick figure and stick figure children over and over breaking legs, neck and back crying out in pain and getting paralyzed or dying. Google it.. it's on YouTube my husband didn't believe me how bad it was until I showed him the video.. which he laughed about but my youngest was terrified ! Crying "turn off the scary video" then we entered the under 42" area and it got worse ! it was no better then a free mall play area. 2 tiny slides. One tiny play set my 4yr old was to big for. A pit of foam blocks your not allowed to jump in. 4 small trampolines that are surrounded closely by all the bars the video tells you not to jump near (my daughter would have none of it after that video). 1 slightly larger trampoline that looks like it has a slide but tells you not to climb to slide on it. Tiny almost nothing to do. Even my 4 yr old was bored ! My 43" 5 year old cried to leave. Begged. I paid for 2 hrs which cost almost $60 for two small kids and I was in the trampoline area maybe 10min . When I came out I nicely explained to the staff what happened and that we were only there for 10min and had to leave because they were miserable. I didn't expect a refund (buy at your own risk) but offering anything would have been nice even a apology for not warning us how tiny the area was I was paying for ! We spent the rest of our time in the arcade and candy area which was even more money 😭 but my kids were upset and I was waiting on my husband. Absouotly the worst money I spent my entire trip. Business if your reading this... You may want to offer kids under 42" a chance to look at play area before paying and a chance to skip the video (or maybe a more child appropriate one for a small area). Or at least give people the option to view the video and the area before signing waiver and paying to get in and deciding how much time they want to pay for. That would have helped a lot !
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"Enjoyable place"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 13, 2019 NEW
It is a good way to burn energy and exercise. They have more of a focus on climbing walls with many different types which is cool. They have many trampolines (of course), two basketball hoops, a place to jump into a cushioned falling place like thing. They have a dodge ball area and an obstacle/mini-ninja warrior. They also have games for tickets, virtual reality games and a big candy shop. Enjoy.
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"TopJump is Great!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 13, 2019 NEW
My husband and I traveled with our college aged children to Pigeon Forge for a long weekend. It rained during some of the time we were there and TopJump seemed like a good way to spend some time while we couldn't do things outdoors. Both of my kids and my husband enjoyed the Ninja course, the trampolines and the climbing walls. There was a great variety in the activities and I could definitely see a family with younger children loving it also. It had a whole area for toddlers. The only suggestion I have is to make it easier to get to the drink machine from the play area. The first thing my kids wanted after the ninja course was Water!!
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Frequently Asked Questions about TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena

Are there restrictions on activities?
TopJump welcomes people of all ages and physical abilities. Jumpers will be separated by age/size and all jumpers must be able to follow our rules. Jumpers under 42” must be watched by a parent or guardian, and jumpers may not exceed 285 lbs. In addition, Clip ’n Climb welcomes people of all physical abilities above the age of 4. Climbers may not exceed 330 lbs and must be able to follow our rules.

Do I need special socks or footwear for the activities?
Jumpers: To maintain a clean and safe environment, all jumpers must wear rubber bottomed socks.  Jump socks are included in admission.

Climbers: All climbers must wear closed-toe and closed heel shoes. We have closed-toe shoes available for rent for only $2.

Is there a place to keep my stuff?
We have free cubbies. If you would like to secure your items, we have small lockers available for rent for $3 and large lockers for $5. We also have secure phone charging lockers for $3.

Can I jump and climb with my family members and friends?
Jumpers: We separate jumpers by age and size to avoid injuries.  We reserve the right to move jumpers to different areas of the park for their safety.

Climbers: All climbers will be in the same area together throughout their climb time.

Do I need to sign a waiver?
Yes!  Every jumper must have a waiver on file. If you are under 18, you must have your parent, legal guardian, or power of attorney fill out the waiver for you. The single waiver works for jumping or climbing.

What safety measures are in place for those jumping and climbing at the park?
Jumpers must:

  • Empty all items from your pockets
  • Attend Safety Briefing before jumping
  • Adhere to Patron Responsibility listed below
  • Secure glasses
  • Wear TopSocks or other rubber bottomed socks
  • Stay in control
  • Jump within their abilities; master basic skills before moving onto more advanced tricks or flips
  • Perform at their own risk:  Flips and other tricks can be dangerous
  • Be aware of others around them
  • Stay at least an arm's length away from all other jumpers
  • Jump with people of similar age and size
  • Follow all safety instructions as directed by TopJump staff
  • Be watched by a parent if under 42"

Climbers must:

  • Empty all items from pockets
  • Attend Safety Briefing before climbing
  • Adhere to Patron Responsibility listed below
  • Have harness checked by staff before climbing
  • Be clipped to the safety line before climbing
  • Wear a helmet as instructed by staff
  • Follow all safety instructions as directed by TopJump staff
  • Be at least 4 years old
  • Secure glasses
  • Tie back long hair

In addition, TopJump has attentive staff members watching every activity to ensure the safety of participants.