Best Places for Indoor Play


This amusement center with more than 150 arcade games also boasts other fun activities such as laser tag, a rock climbing wall, bumper cars, billiard tables and a three level playground. In November Sportime USA offers Kid’s Drop Off Days on the 8th, 11th and 25th for kids ages 5 and up. Reservations required for these special days.

Sportime USA, 380 Saw Mill River Road, Elmsford, 592-2111. sportimeusa.com.


An indoor trampoline park is a great way to let the kids have fun and get some exercise. Rockin’ Jump offers dodgeball, open jump arenas, a slam dunk zone, a foam area filled with thousands of foam cubes and programs such as Rockin’ Tots and a Sensory Jump, a special needs jump time. Parents can jump too!

Rockin’ Jump, 333 N. Bedford Road, 743-5730. mtkisco. rockinjump.com. 241 Market St., Yonkers, 510-9119. ridgehill.com.



Jump into all the fun at Bounce! Check out the indoor trampoline activities on multiple jumping courts of various sizes including a foam pit, trampoline slam dunk basketball and trampoline dodgeball courts. New is a Ninja Style obstacle course. For kids under age 5 there is Bounce Jr., a separate area just for little ones.

Bounce! Trampoline Sports, 612 Corporate Way, Valley Cottage. 845- 268-4000. Bouncevalleycottage.com.



Kids can’t help but get physically active at this indoor interactive gym. There are classes for infants and toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children. Programs are designed to help kids develop age-appropriate physical skills. There are also Open Gym times for members. See website for membership information.

Great Play, 969B Central Park Ave., Scarsdale. 713-3470. greatplay.com.