Think you are the best dodgeball player out there? Gather up three or four teammates and enter one of Trampoline Nation’s dodgeball tournaments! Let’s see who is the last team standing!

Tournaments are double elimination. Each team entry is guaranteed at least two games before elimination, PLUS you get to jump everywhere else in Trampoline Nation for the duration of the tournament! Winners get Trampoline Nation Dodgeball Champion T-Shirts and $100 to share amongst the team (on top of supreme bragging rights)!


  • Teams of 4-5 can enter for $18 plus tax per person ($72 plus tax for a 4 person team) for 3 hours of dodgeball matches and jumping! Tournament slots are first come, first serve so be sure to enter early. Each team may have an alternate ($18 plus tax), for a total of up to 5 players per team.

    Discounted early registration is available if you register by Monday, 5/13/13. Early registration pricing is $15 plus tax per person.

  • Dodgeball pricing is available to all jumpers. ($18 plus tax for 3 hours.) Though while the tournament is in play, Dodgeball may be unavailable to those not in the tournament.

  • Trampoline Nation’s third dodgeball tournament is scheduled for Friday, May 17th, 2013 from 8:30-11:30pm. Call us or stop by to reserve your team slot! Teams should arrive at 8:15pm to get checked in.

  • Teams should select a captain who will organize them, collect money from team members, and be responsible for team registration

  • Don't have a team? No problem. We will maintain a list for a 'Renegades' team of players that we will form into teams the night of the event.

  • Dodgeball Nights are events for participants 13 and up. Youngsters may be playing against older players. All players must follow the posted safety rules, and instructions from our Air Guards refereeing matches.


  • Other discounts and Membership hours may not be applied to Dodgeball.

  • All participants must have a waiver completed and signed. Minor children must also have the waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian.