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9 Best Indoor Play Spaces in Houston for Big Kids

When our kids were very tiny, I used to love going to the Tot Spot at the Children’s Museum. It was a self-contained space where I could trust that they couldn’t get too far away from me and they had the freedom to touch, jump and climb on just about anything.

As they have gotten older, their overall independence and abilities have grown right along with them. But I'm always searching for that perfect place where I can let them roam freely (and safely) and, let’s be honest, I want to totally wear them out. Here are a few of our favorite indoor (and air-conditioned) play spaces in Houston for older kids.

Wonderwild, The Heights

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767 N Shepherd Dr
Houston, TX Wonderwild in the Heights is a staple in our rotation of indoor places to visit and always a crowd pleaser. While their focus is heavier on the eight and under set, half of the space is devoted to Wonderwild(er): a indoor ropes course, go kart pedal track and a massive bounce pillow for kids ages five to 11. Add to that the play structures, slides, bounce house and you have something for everyone. Socks are required everywhere, plus closed toe shoes on the Wonderwild(er) side.

Pricing: Walkers are $10 and pre-walkers are $8. They do have 10 visit pass for $85, which is a $15 savings.

Urban Air Adventure Park, Sugar Land

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9848 US-90 ALT
Sugar Land, TX We discovered Urban Air Adventure Park in Sugar Land, but locations are continuing to pop up all over Houston. Urban Air is a part trampoline park, part rock climbing, and part play structure with a little American Ninja Warrior thrown in. Our favorite feature is the zip-line and the $5 parent pass. Who says kids get to have all of the fun? You can find coupons on their website often, so always check it first.

Pricing: The ultimate package is $25 for 2.5 hours, including all activities. You also have to use their socks, which cost $2.50 a pair. Frequent jumper passes and other specials can help cut down on the overall repeat visit costs.

InSPIRE Rock, Spring

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403 E Louetta Rd
Spring, TX Did you know that rock-climbing will makes its debut as an Olympic Sport for the 2020 games? Time to get training. InSPIRE Rock has a special designated “Kidz Cave” for those under 14, with a cargo net bridge, bouldering walls (no ropes) and four auto-belays to help kids climb up as high as 25 feet. When they are ready for a tougher challenge, the downstairs area has additional auto belays with rated courses for them to try.

Pricing: All day passes for children ages four to 10 are $12.95 plus harness rental. Kids under three are free.

Sky Zone, Multiple locations

10207 South Sam Houston Parkway West
Houston, TX Sky Zone, a large indoor trampoline chain, has locations in Spring and Southwest Houston. There's a huge area for freestyle jumping and a “sky slam” for basketball dunking practice. Our favorite is the foam pit where the kids launch off with their best highflying jumps into a sea of foam cubes. Sky Zone does have separate jumping areas by age, so don’t be too worried about your youngest ones getting trampled. (Pun intended)

Pricing: Prices are based on time; 60 minutes is $15, 90 minutes is $19 and 120 minutes is $23. Check the website for coupons and special events, like toddler time for $10.

Main Event Entertainment, Multiple locations

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19441 Interstate 45 South
Shenandoah, TX If you are looking for something indoor that doesn’t involve climbing or bouncing, look no further than Main Event Entertainment. Classics like bowling, video games, laser tag, billiards and a gravity ropes adventure course can all be found under one roof. It's a really popular spot for birthday parties, but who says you can't party on just a regular rainy day? Plus there's food (and a bar). 

Pricing: Everything works by “Fun Card” here. The cards are like cash and can be used on all of the different activities. During weekdays, the $7FUNbination cards are the way to go—$7 bowling, $7 laser tag, $7 gravity get the idea.

K1 Speed, Northwest Houston

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14900 Northwest Freeway
Houston, TX Ever wonder how many grey hairs your kid will give you when it is time for drivers ed? Get a preview on a go kart! The K1 Speed indoor track is among the largest in the country, featuring electric karts that go up to 45 miles per hour on more than 50,000-square-feet of track. You have to be at least 48 inches to participate in the Jr. races, so this is one for bigger kids only. They do separate races by juniors and adults, so don’t worry about a much older person zooming by your child.

Pricing: One race is $19.99, two races is $35, and three races is $48. Add to that the one time $8 Annual Membership that is required to race, but this fee does include your helmet rental. 

Sky Sports Trampoline Park, West Oaks

14409 Parkhollow Dr
Houston, TX Sky Sports Trampoline Park is another location where your kids can literally bounce off the walls. What makes this particular location unique is that in addition to the regular trampoline features, they also have batting cages, bounce houses, slides into ball pits and play structures for younger kids. What I like most, though, is it is hardly ever crowded. Remember: you must have grip socks and no denim.

Pricing: $9 for 30 minutes, $13 for an hour and $22 for 2 hours.

Majestkids Adventure Zone, Sugar Land

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14031 Southwest Fwy
Sugar Land, TX Not to be confused with the Majestkids Playland, which is next-door for the littles, the Majestkids Adventure Zone is specifically designed for kids 47” and taller (parents can give it a try, too). It's a Ninja Warrior style-course packed with obstacles, ropes, nets, rings, a balance beam and even a rock-climbing wall.

Pricing: $15.95 per kid, with a $14.95 for siblings from Friday to Sunday. Weekday prices are $12 per kid and $11 per sibling. They do offer 10% military discounts too.

Jumpstreet, Katy

5000 Katy Mills Cir
Katy, TX In case you haven't gotten the wiggles out yet (and let's be real, kids never have) this Katy trampoline park is where it's at. With a foam pit you can swing into, a volleyball net, basketball hoops, bucking bronco, trampoline dodgeball courts and tons and tons of places to bounce, kids always leave Jumpstreet ready for a nap. The Earthquake area is just for ages seven and under, so you don't have to worry about big kids versus little ones.

Pricing: Prices are hourly here: Kids ages three and under are $4.99, kids ages four to seven are $7.99 and kids eight and up are $13.99. Most days offer BOGO pricing, just check online before going for deals. 

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Apparel: Closed toe, closed heel shoes required. No hats, and No Loose clothing.

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Vertical Reach: must reach 70” to traverse independently

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Arrival Time: At least 20 minutes before reservation time

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Children ages 6 – 8 years: Requires one Adult Monitor (18+) ON COURSE per child

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Weight: All Participants weighed at check-in. Minimum: 44lbs.     Maximum: 275lbs.

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Children ages 9 – 12 years: Requires one Adult Monitor (18+) ON COURSE per 2 children
  • To traverse the course independently, participants must have a minimum reach of 70″ while standing flat-footed, regardless of age. Participants that do not meet those height requirements will require an Adult Monitor to make transfers. This rule is not mutually excusive to the youth supervision requirements.
  • All Adult Monitors must purchase a ticket.
  • Adult Monitors must stay within one element of youth participant.
  • Youth Supervision Requirements apply to daycares and birthday parties as well. Texas TreeVentures staff will not be responsible for directly supervising children on the course.



See what our customers have said about us!

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We came for a work team building activity and it was lots of fun! The staff was super helpful and encouraging, especially when some of us got a little nervous about the height. It's also a bit of a workout as I was sore the next day. I would definitely recommend checking it out!

– Morgan N. | Yelp
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Went with my boyfriend and we had a blast. It’s pretty good to say it was about $80 for the both of us but it’s definitely worth it. The trublues were both of our favorite obstacles, although he went on them more than I did. Overall it’s a great site, great staff, and was a beautiful day to be out where it was sunny but breezy so it wasn’t so hot. They also have water stands nearby the obstacles so you can stay hydrated if you’re thirsty, but they are a pretty friendly and helpful group of people. I recommend anyone go here!

– Jaysa M. | Google Reviews
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WHAT A BLAST! This place is fun for the entire family. They give you a good training session and then send you on your way. Allowing you to choose your own adventure. But be careful not to get stuck behind the timid explorers. There are three levels to explore with different difficulty levels. I’d suggest you bring your our gloves. You need to have a good grip on a few of the lines. Also, the surrounding park is a nice stroll.

– Sam W. | Google Reviews
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Will continue coming back!

This past weekend has been my third visit this year Texas Treeventures! And I get more courage each time I go to jump off the true blue! It's such a great outdoor activity, especially during the times we are living through now! If you're looking for something to do and social distance yourself! This is the activity to try! Even for the ones who are scared of heights! I'm sure you will be able to overcome your fears here! This was such a great experience!! My family and Friends love it also! I am a fan, and will continue coming back I'm sure in the future!

– Queen Kamillah C. | Yelp
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I visited with my family and coworkers and we all had a blast. Most of my coworkers had no experience with this type of activity and we are afraid of heights but we did it any ways. The place is very easy to get to, only an hour from Houston. Checking in was very easy as I only had to say my name but we had to sign the waivers online. There are employees everywhere if you need them enforcing their rules that are ultimately there to keep you safe. First impression I thought the place was kind of small but 3 hours was enough time to get around and try most if not all the different courses. I never felt rushed, You can do the different courses at your own pace but you still need to be respectful of others. Not only I would do it again but I also recommend it.

– Kschezv | Tripadvisor
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This was the most incredible experience. The staff were so friendly and helpful, and the actual aerial course was a blast!! It was a wonderful opportunity for us to enjoy something as a family while still allowing us to take part at our own levels. Definitely give this a try!

– Kathleen S. | Google Reviews
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Ziplines, Aerial Adventures, and Treetop Adventure Parks for Houston Families

1. Texas TreeVentures 

6464 Creekside Forest Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77389
Get ready for a day that's packed with aerial adventures at Texas TreeVentures. Located adjacent to the George Mitchell Nature Preserve, these aerial obstacles and ziplines will have you traversing over top wooded trails and next to Spring Creek. The course has three different levels and 72 different obstacles that are designed to push you out of your comfort zone. Participants must be at least 6 years of age, be 70" in height, and weigh a minimum of 44 lbs and a maximum of 275 lbs. Your reservation grants you three hours of access to the course. 

Related: Top Things to Do in The Woodlands With Kids

2. Geronimo Adventure Park

6749 Farm to Market 2920
Spring, TX 77379
1-830-365-JUMP (5867)
Choose your own adventure at Geronimo Adventure Park by picking from three different zipline experiences. You can test out ziplining by going easy across five lines and three bridges. If that's not thrilling enough, go high by zipping across five ziplines and three bridges to a 42-foot platform, then choose between a simulated free fall experience or a nice and easy rappel down. For those looking for a more drawn out experience, go long by gliding across six lines and three bridges, then take an (optional) detour to experience nine aerial challenges and then take on a 555-foot line with a friend. The adventure park also has options like axe throwing, rockwall climbing, and more. The zip lines do have a 250-275 lb weight limit, depending on the adventure you choose, and participants need to be able to reach up to about 6 feet high, and weight at least 70 lbs. 

Related: Houston Day Trips and Getaway Guide for Families

Eagle Challenge. Photo courtesy of Big Rivers Waterpark

3. Big Rivers Waterpark

23101 State Highway 242
New Caney, TX 77357
Big Rivers may be known for its waterpark, but the aerial adventures are definitely worth checking out as well. The hour-long Falcon Flight takes zipliners to three different towers that fly over the wave pool, pond, creek, treetops, and more. For beginners, Hawk's Glide offers an entry-level zipline experience, allowing you to get your footing in the sky. You can also tackle rock climbing walls, the Eagle Challenge course, and more aerial activities. Height, weight, and age limits vary from course to course.  

4. Iron Eagle Kemah Boardwalk

215 Kipp Ave
Kemah, TX 77565
877-AT-KEMAH ( 877-285-3624)
Check out the entire Boardwalk from 100 feet up in the air at speeds up to 30 mph when you take a ride on the Iron Eagle. While this zipline experience may not include multiple lines, it still packs all the thrills of the ziplining experience and can be combined with other rides and attractions on the Boardwalk for an afternoon of fun. Guests must be at least 42" to ride. Anyone who is 42" - 48" must be accompanied by an adult. The combined maximum weight cannot exceed 450 lbs.

Related: Kemah Boardwalk With Kids: Top 10 Activities

5. Moody Gardens Zipline & Ropes Course

Note that Moody Garden's zipline is temporarily closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
One Hope Boulevard
Galveston, Texas 77554

Take your thrills sky-high at the five-tier Sky Trail Ropes Course at Moody Gardens. Get a birds eye view of Moody Gardens as you take a round-trip zip on the course's zip line, then challenge yourself on what is billed as the tallest steel ropes course on the Gulf Coast. Ropes course and zipline passes can be bought individually or combined. 

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If you’re looking for a way to enjoy nature and get your blood pumping, ziplining is a great way to do it. There’s a thrill to jumping off of a platform high in the trees with nothing but a wire to support your weight that makes you feel alive.

Aerial parks and rope adventure parks can also be great places to take kids on family outings. It gives them a chance to do something new and exciting while also pushing them to stay active. We’ve gathered up the best ziplines in Houston (or within reasonable driving distance of Houston–no more than an hour away) for you to consider as you plan your next weekend of fun.

Ziplines in Houston – Best Zip lining Adventures

1. Geronimo Adventure Park

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Geronimo Adventure Park is the perfect place to go to get away. Located in Spring, it’s isolated enough to feel set apart from the rest of the world and has plenty of trees to provide extra shade when it’s hot out. The staff is attentive, and the safety standards are high. In addition to multiple zipline courses all graded by difficulty level, there are fun activities such as axe-throwing and rockwall climbing. The Go Easy Skytrail is especially kid-friendly. Pricing for a single zipline experience is $40 per person, but the cost includes multiple ziplines that form a Skytrail. The price also includes games and activities that can be played on the ground. You may get more of your money’s worth by going in a larger group, however.
Where: 6749 Farm to Market 2920, Spring, TX 77379


2. Moody Gardens

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On the weekends, Moody Gardens opens up the tallest steel ropes course on the Gulf Coast for visitors to enjoy. The five-tier Sky Trail is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Those who choose to strap on a harness will get a bird’s-eye view of Moody Garden’s and can even take a round trip of the entire zipline. The cost for this zipline is $25 for one day and $40 for both days.
Where: 1 Hope Blvd, Galveston, TX 77554


3. Iron Eagle at Kemah Boardwalk

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Kemah Boardwalk is a well-known favorite spot for a fun weekend getaway with the family. It’s also home to a new zipline ride called the Iron Eagle. It’s not one of the most authentic ziplines in Houston, but it doesn’t pretend to be. Basically, if you’re not interested in the outdoorsy or physical parts of ziplining, this is the ride for you. For $10-$15, you can get up in the sky, get a great aeriel view of the theme park, and get the thrill of zipping through the air. Then, you can hop back off and go about your day at the Kemah Boardwalk. This won’t be the first choice for zipline purists, but it is a great way to get thrills for a reasonable price.
Where: 215 Kipp Ave, Kemah, TX 77565


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Ziplines in Houston – Best Zip lining Adventures Continued

4. Big Rivers Water Park

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Though the name would suggest otherwise, Big Rivers Water Park has an excellent zipline course. Visitors to the park can test the waters a little bit with the beginner’s-level Hawk’s Glide course. If you’re more advanced or you work your way up, you can check out Falcon Flight, the zipline course with three towers that takes zipliners out over water features such as a wave pool, a creek, and a pond. Make sure to check out weight and height limits in advance, and remember that younger children (aged 7-10) must have a guardian with them to go on any aerial rides. On top of the zipline course, you can also enjoy a challenge course or a free-fall experience. And, of course, if you’d like to branch out from the aerial attractions, there’s a whole water park to explore. Pricing depends on the attraction and the day. You have to pay the cost of admission, which ranges from $25-35, and the cost of the zipline, which is between $15 and $20.
Where: 23101 TX-242, New Caney, TX 77357


5. Texas Treeventures

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Texas Treeventures bills itself as a challenge course–and for good reason. This park has one of the best ziplines in Houston for team-building exercises or group bonding experiences.  A reservation there gives you three hours’ worth of access. The first half hour will be spent on safety training because this course is designed to push you to your limits. It has three levels and 72 obstacles to keep you moving and thinking the whole time you’re there. The staff is available to help if you get stuck, though, and they’re very attentive when it comes to health and safety needs. The courses are kid-friendly, but keep in mind that children will be expected to have a parent with them on the course and meet certain weight and height requirements for safety purposes. Prices are $40 for kids and $45 for adults.
Where: 6464 Creekside Forest Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77389


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Ultimate Attractions

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  • Climbing Walls
  • Warrior Course
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5 & Under Pass* Deluxe access for children 5 & under*


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*Basic Attractions Pass available for purchase in-park only.
*Parent Pass: 50% off retail attraction pass price. Must purchase full-price pass for child. Can only purchase same attraction level as child. Max of two (2) Parent Passes allowed for each full-price child attraction pass purchased.
Pricing and packages listed above do not apply to parties, groups, or special events. Height requirements vary per attraction. No refunds or exchanges. Prices do not include tax. No re-entry. We reserve the right to limit guests to two (2) hours of play based on capacity. Urban Air Socks required. Deluxe 5 & Under Access level is dependent on the child's attraction eligibility. No outside food or drink allowed.

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If you’re looking for the best year-round indoor amusements in the Cypress, Jersey Village, Willowbrook and Northwest Houston areas, Urban Air Adventure park is the perfect place! With new adventures behind every corner, we are the ultimate indoor playground for your entire family. Take your kids’ birthday party to the next level or spend a day of fun with the family and you’ll see why we’re more than just a trampoline park.

Urban Air Adventure Park has been voted BEST Gym In America for Kids by Shape Magazine, BEST Place To Take Energetic Kids and BEST Trampoline Parks. Check out all of our awards on our Awards page.


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