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Jungle Jaks, El Paso
(1.9/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Great place to take the kids 12 and under. They always have so much fun and leave completely exhausted. There is a dress up area and a toddler zone for the really small ones. The race cars and water b...  more »
  • We purchased the admission plan with extra tickets. Sadly, we had to go back later and purchase even more tickets. The admission itself does not cover much of anything besides the play area. If the ch...  more »
  • We went to this place the kids loved it but food was terrible! place is way to small for capacity and way to expensive! I expected more for the price. We are never coming here unless place improves, c...  more »
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  • Over priced toys that you find at dollar store for 1$ reselling for 7$/10$ girl with colored eyes and redhair very rude and poor service. Most workers just stand and talk to one another. Rude with kids absolutely zero energy looks like they hate kids and their jobs. The place is cool but needs an entier new staff.
  • My husband and I have been bringing our kids since the day they opened the doors. The prices are cheaper if you come Monday through Thursday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, prices go up quite a bit. Even if you opt for the VIP bracelet, you'll still need to buy tickets for face painting, wooden crafts and some others. The tickets are on two different price levels. For face painting, it'll cost you 4 red tickets which comes out to $10, for 2 kids. The food is good. They have affordable prices. You can get an XL pizza and Ultimate Nachos for $24.99. They are big portions too. The wings are not skimpy and are worth the price. There is a sitting area in the middle to eat and for parents to sit. The reason they only received 3 stars from me is because as of late, the service and the cleanliness have been severely lacking! My kids received straight attitude from an employee named Hector. Many, not all, of the employees look like they absolutely despise their jobs! The bathrooms are always filthy! They do not check on them like they should so if the toilet paper or towels run out, you're basically on your own. We shelled out for 2 VIP bracelets, drinks, and wings. We've paid more than $70, and I'm really regretting it now. We should have just taken the kids elsewhere. Hopefully management jumps on the ball and gets things rolling in the right direction like it used to be.
  • Great price and my son has a great time. Come when not crowded and the parents can relax too.
  • My first time coming here , did not like it too pricey . Food not good at all, wings were to dry .. not worth the money spent . I would not recomend to family or friends. Not enough games for kids to play .
  • An okay indoor playground, but I don't really care for the pricing model. Admission is fairly cheap, but only covers the "playground" part - the slides, climbing, and foam ball area, and some basic arts and crafts. Also on the plus side, they don't charge for adults like some other indoor playgrounds. Everything else costs tickets, and there are two tiers of tickets, so it is easy to buy more than you need or have to keep going back up to the front to get more. The "go-karts", the boats, jump zone, wooden arts and crafts, and face painting stuff all require tickets. I would've appreciated an option to buy an upgraded admission that gives access to all of this stuff without tickets (They talk about a VIP bracelet but I didn't see an option to buy one). There is a cafeteria type section in the middle where parents can hang out and watch the kids and see most of what is going on, which is nice.