Flying Squirrel Calgary, Calgary

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  • My son loves to come here and bounce his heart out. We went late Friday afternoon and it was pretty quiet so we had lots of space to bounce.  more »
  • Smells are to be expected in and indoor trampoline complex with foam pits. Smelled like a hockey bag. Kids loved to bounce around and the ninja course! Could update it's arcade games.  more »
  • In is quite large, has lined up plenty of trampoline. Luggage can be deposited in the lockers (charges apply). With non-skid soles and selling socks online for the first time, so I bought. Athletic, basketball, trampoline Dodgeball, using various games can be made is. I can enjoy with the whole family and happy children. Quitclaim Deed is responsible to injury just before the must sign the agreement. For once, had an accident or something when people leave. One person, $ 20 1 hour, so personally I thought was high?.
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  • Flying Aquirrel is a well run business providing kids and adults a like great time in a safe way and without being too expensive. Anytime we are looking to get the kids exhausted we take them there. I've even suggested it as an adult option to a fitness class. This is a good choice for birthday parties too. Always a lot of fun! Staff are polite and friendly. They have a new activity in the foam pit. Don't forget to bring those socks from last time, you wouldn't want to pay for another pair! Also, check the website for deals, they will have specials occasionally.
  • We took our 5 year old son to a birthday party at the Flying Squirrel this past Sunday and it was an awesome experience. Up until the end when the purple balloon he got with his loot bag floated up to the ceiling. Anyone who has a young child knows that they could have THE best time ever but one tiny thing happens and they lose their minds. We were trying to sell our son on the benefits of the pink balloon that was left over when a Flying Squirrel team member came over to us and asked if he could get our son another purple balloon from the back. It was a small gesture but it made a HUGE difference to us and my son was beyond HaPpY! A BIG thank you to Daniel for going above and beyond our expectations. We will definitely come back for more fun and jumping. Thank you! ☺
  • Staff was negligent and more interested in talking with each other and the DJ. What makes this more upsetting is their waiver form specifically states that they are not liable for their staff being negligent or maintaining their facilities. From the waiver: "They (Flying Squirrel staff) might be unaware of a participant’s fitness or abilities. They may give incomplete warnings or instructions, and the equipment being used might become loose, out of adjustment, or malfunction. There is also a risk that FLYING SQUIRREL employees may be negligent in, among other things, monitoring and supervising use of its equipment and facilities and in the maintenance and repair of its equipment and facilities." Because of that neglect my daughter now has a broken leg. During Friday's neon night several teenagers were doing double flips and 'blind' back flips from trampoline to trampoline in the main area. At no point did the staff attempt to intervene to prevent injuries or collisions considering there were many younger children there. One of those teenagers collided with my daughter and the best he could say was "sorry for running your daughter over". After picking my daughter up off the trampoline it took the staff almost 5 minutes to realize that we were sitting on the side with my daughter crying. When I told the staff member that my daughter could not put weight on her leg, the best they could offer was a bag of ice. We left immediately and I took her to the hospital for x-rays. While I understand there are risks with trampolining as an activity I believe Flying Squirrel could be doing a much better job of minimizing that risk by limiting individuals from performing risky maneuvers in a crowded area or implementing specific age times so there is less risk of an older kid colliding with a younger kid.
  • I'd recommend this place to literally everyone. The Neon Night's that run Friday/Saturday nights are spectacular. The DJ is phenomenal and extremely nice, the managers will dance with you, and the staff are so spot on it's amazing. The vacuums at night make the court monitors look like ghost busters, they are so helpful and kind. Going in the middle of the week in the evenings usually means you get the whole place to yourself, so that's pretty cool if you want a quiet night. I've been going all summer almost every weekend with my buddies and I don't think we'll really stop going. Only complaint is the lack of yearly pass, there was mention of it being in the works, so I'm excited for that, but until then, bounce on :>
  • Yes its an awesome place for kids to have fun but they need to watch their music. Unforgettable by French Montana ft. Swae Lee was playing but they did not put the song clean. They need to watch it. Also for the ninja course, kids like 4-6 years old went in the course without a worker there and no adult supervision for the kids. The kids were about 3 feet tall.

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