Review: A Birthday Party at Gravity Force Camberley

Back in the summer holidays we visited Gravity Force Trampoline Park in Camberley to review it and the kids enjoyed it so much, I promised we would be back soon.

Last weekend we were invited back to experience one of their birthday parties, so I loaded the car with the kids and their friends and set off up the M3.

Gravity Force is positioned just off junction 4 of the M3, near Camberley and is extremely easy to find, with plenty of parking at the rear of the building. Upon arrival, we were ushered to a special party booking area, where we met our party host Aaron, who checked our waivers and ordered me a much needed cup of coffee, before heading into find our party room.

Party Room

Once the kids had a comfort break, he showed us wear to put our socks and shoes before giving us the special socks that you need to wear on the trampolines and as we had arrived early, we then enjoyed a quick game of Simon Says, with all the kids taking turns to be Simon, which possibly wasn’t the best idea as Isaac had them doing press-ups at one point!!

Isaac Simon

Before our session started, we had to watch a fun 3 minute safety video and then it was time to head inside the trampoline park to start bouncing.

Safety Video

As a party, we enjoyed full access to all areas of the park, but we also got a dedicated table with jugs of squash for the kids, plus Aaron stayed with us throughout most of the party, showing us how to do tricks and making sure the kids were all having fun.

Gravity Force

Gravity Force boasts a huge expanse of wall to wall, floor level, fully monitored trampolines, where you can bounce until you can bounce no more.

Sebby Gravity Force

The Tumble Tracks were a big hit with the keen gymnasts in the group as they got to show off their skills.

Ellie Tumble Track

The boys enjoyed shooting hoops in the basketball lanes and Isaac even managed to score a basket with his back to the hoop.

Isaac Basketball

They also managed to squeeze in a spot of Dodgeball.

Isaac Dodgeball

It was the foam pits where the kids spent the majority of their time though, with Aaron coaching them to do tricks and flips.

Foam Pit

A party at Gravity Force gives you 60 minutes jump time, a shared dedicated eating area for 30 minutes after jumping a Hot Dog per person or 2-3 slices of pizza per guest, unlimited squash and water and ice cream for each guest. Dairy and gluten-free options are also available upon request.

Pizza Treat

A birthday party at Gravity Force is definitely a no-fuss option as our dedicated party host also set up, waited on the kids and cleared away again.

Birthday Girl

Parties are subject to a minimum of 10 guests and cost from £15 per person, off peak and £19 per person during peak times (weekends and school holidays).

Disclaimer: We were guests of Gravity Force Trampoline Park for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

9 thoughts on “Review: A Birthday Party at Gravity Force Camberley”

  1. We had a party there a couple of weeks ago. The place is very dirty. There was no party decoration. They failed to serve most of the food in the package.
    It is a place to be avoided!


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