6-12 Play Area (Must be 6 yrs old, or minimum height of 46”)
Childhood obesity rates are on the rise, and kids are less active due to excessive TV & video game time. The American Heart association recommends 60 minutes of daily physical activity for ages 6 and up. Minimum of 3 days consisting of moderate to vigorous intensity aerobic exercise.
Kids are having a blast while building strong hearts and healthy bodies.
A place where kids can be kids- having the time of their lives, releasing stress, burning calories, and building a healthy body.
Don’t tell them they’re really exercising, and watch them enjoy hours of physical play!
They get to run, hop, jump, slide, crawl, back crawl, squeeze, balance, hang & bounce throughout this AMAZING play structure
State of the Art soft play obstacle course boasting over 6000 sq ft of physical play for elementary age students.
Over 144 obstacles
2 rock climbing walls
The largest indoor vertical drop slide in S. Florida!
2-5 Play Area
According to the American Heart Association, toddlers and preschoolers should engage in at least 60 minutes of daily unstructured physical activity.
Gross motor skills remain very important to a child’s development. Large muscle activities are recommended for this age group, including obstacles that elevate the heartrate.
Watch your kids enjoy hours of exploring, climbing, crawling, balancing, and sliding through the state-of-the-art 3 story play structure.
Endless active play to develop coordination and balance while strengthening gross motor skills.
This play area includes a bounce house to introduce & improve jumping skills
Angled stairs to build a balance between quadriceps & hamstrings
Over 20 obstacles to build agility, stamina, flexibility & strength
Balancing bridge to work on core strength, posture , foot placement and balance
Super fun slide- to encourage FUN!
Helps kids learn a love for physical activity, which contributes towards future health & wellness goals.
Provides a stimulating environment that encourages the infant to move & explore.
Activities in the play area focus on the development of motor skills.
Strength in these muscle groups aid in sitting up, crawling, pulling up, standing up, and eventually walking.
Basic gross motor & locomotor activities such as rolling, sliding & jumping are all part of the fun in the enclosed play space.
During early infancy, key connections are made between the brain & muscles.
Activities that stimulate brain & muscular development are also found in our play space, which include toys that
encourage exploring, reaching, and hand/eye coordination skills.
Infants are given the opportunity to play with blocks, stacking toys, nesting boxes, textured balls, and textured books.