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19th August 2020 by David McIlroy Share

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We recently chatted to Adam about Infinity Adventure Park – here’s why it’s the perfect spot for kids’ indoor entertainment right now.

So Adam, what is the Infinity Adventure Park, and where is it in NI?

Infinity Adventure Park is an indoor leisure / adventure park just outside Banbridge, on the A1.

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How did it come about? What’s the story behind it?

It was formerly a company called Jumpboxx NI which was on the site for 3 years before we took over. The other director and I were actually employees of Jumpboxx, and after a conversation with them we decided to give it a go and start our own company on the premises. It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t always fun, but as of September 2019 we became business owners, hoping to keep not only ourselves in a job but as many of the former Jumpboxx staff as possible. As well as keeping a local attraction running, of course!

What activities are on offer in the park?

Everything from trampolining to a ninja warrior-style obstacle course. We even have two Olympic-style performance trampolines to allow you to reach Infinity!

What age group of children is it best suited to?

We have something for all ages. A soft play area for the younger ones (which is currently closed due to Covid-19 – until then the little ones can make use of most of the park) along with the main court and activities for anyone aged 6-106.

What’s available for adults?

I have to laugh at that question! Working there you forget about how fun trampolining, etc, can be, but when you see a mum or dad walk in they always have one of either two looks on their face:

  1. I would love to have a go at that.
  2. Can’t wait till the kids are up there so I can get a coffee.

Luckily we offer both – adults can make use of the park too, but just in case they need a rest we have a fully stocked café serving everything from toasties and paninis to coffees and cold drinks.

Do you cater for parties?

We do! 1 hour of play plus 45 minutes for food afterward. We even host VIP parties so you can get exclusive access to the park!

Finally, what’s your favourite thing about Infinity Adventure Park?

The environment itself. We don’t take ourselves too seriously and as a company we do as much as we can to put the community around us first. It’s nice seeing the same regulars week in week out and its always amazing to hear someone who has never been before saying they enjoyed it.

Why should people choose to book it right now?

We aren’t a big company with lots of money to throw about. We care about our customers and we care about their experience with us, and will do everything in our power to make sure your visit is as safe as it is enjoyable. Now is the best time to book – schools are going back soon and kids have already missed out on most of their summer, so now’s the time to make the most of what’s left of it!


Find out more about Infinity Adventure Park here.

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