Address: 1420 Bayly St #15, Pickering, ON L1W 3R4
Cost*: for unlimited play during public hours (*as of July 2017)
- Under 1 Free (with paid sibling)
- 3 and under $7.99
- 4-13yrs $11.50
- 14-17 $7.99 (with paid sibling under 13yrs)
- Adults Free (max. 2 per child, additional adults $5.99)
Public Hours: we suggest checking their event hours before you go, as it can close for private events
Monday 9:30 - 6:00
Tuesday 9:30 - 7:00
Wednesday 9:30 - 6:00
Thursday 9:30 - 6:00
Friday 9:30 - 8:00
Saturday 9:30 - 8:00
Sunday 9:30 - 8:00
- three story climber structure with twirly tube slide, two racing slides, ball pit, rock climbing wall
- fenced toddler area (up to age 3) with smaller ball pit, playhouse, rotating ball swing, padded floor
- ball bouncing cage with small to large yoga balls and a basketball net
Cleanliness: Overall it was very clean when we visited in July in the play area, general seating area, as well as the washrooms. Socks are required by all including adults and are worn as soon as entering the building (including into the self enclosed washrooms).
Safety: There is no gate or fence between the front reception and play area so toddlers could take off out of the main play/eating area to the front of the building. Security cameras are installed around the facility.
Capacity: 50 children plus 50 adults (maximum private birthday booking size)
Food: Outside food and drink is permitted, however they ask that it be nut-free. No food, drinks or gum are permitted in the play areas. All food must be consumed in the designated eating area.
- two birthday party rooms
- concession with light snacks such as chips and crackers, water and some additional beverages
Bonus Play: Play stamp card available at the front desk (play 9 times, get the 10th visit free!). They also have monthly and yearly memberships available.
Best For Ages: 1-13years
Our three and a half year old had a blast at this indoor playground! She met up with some friends her age and they had no problem navigating the entire play structure on their own without any help. The bonus with their age is that they can still enter the Toddler area for ages 3 and under for some low key downtime if needed in the toddler ball pit (which is generally empty compared to the larger ball pit at the back of the main structure). We brought our own lunch in since the concession only sells snacks, which allowed us to stay and play for three hours! During public hours playtime is unlimited once you pay the entrance fee. The seating area (sorry it was really busy and we couldn't get a good photo) has enough chairs and tables for up to 25 people, including a couple of high chairs, to stay and eat to play as long as you like. We will DEFINITELY go back to this location to play again in the future!