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  • The Trampoline Place is closed until October!

    The Trampoline Place is temporarily closed until October, 2014.  We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you in the fall.  We plan to open up our new facility in Groton, CT.  Just off exit 88 & I-95.  Please stay tuned for more details!   Have a great spring/summer! - TPP Management
  • Please help us support the Smith family in their time of need

    The Trampoline Place has recently lost a close friend. John Smith,  trampoline and dive coach and athlete, recently passed away from a two-year battle with brain cancer, leaving behind his amazing wife, Sabrina, and their three children, Aiden (7), Cecilia (4), and Neal (2). John was an inspiration to all who knew him, encouraging them to try new things to challenge themselves to do things that they never thought they could do. He even traveled doing motivational speeches that included a trampoline show. John was a friend to all who he met, including local trampoline coaches Bill Young, Nathan Gibeault, Kyle Bowen, and Sean Kennedy.  The coaches are now pulling together to try to help Sabrina and her family. Please help us support the family of one of our own, any amount of money will help make a difference to them and hopefully make this difficult time just a little bit easier. Thank you in advance for your love and generosity. There will be a collection on June 23, 2013 at the competition at the Trampoline Place. Donations can also be mailed to:

    The Trampoline Place

    Attn: Nathan Gibeault

    PO Box 222

    Wauregan, CT 06387

    John Family

  • The Trampoline Place partners with the Active Youth Network

    The Active Youth Network, LLC (AYN) is a Colorado based, national online ad network of youth sports websites that AYN markets to major brand, family-friendly advertisers who want to reach this premium audience. AYN is a cause related company that gives 70% of sales revenues generated back to its member clubs, schools and associations. AYN’s mission is to help offset the escalating costs of participation to reduce the burden to families and keep kids active in youth sports. For more information go to www.activeyouthnetwork.com