Indoor Inflatable Park Closes Unexpectedly

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NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — It appears someone let the air out of a popular indoor inflatable park. 

Jump!Zone in North Little Rock is closed. 

It comes much to the surprise of those who paid party deposits and were left with nothing but a locked door. 

“I was honestly shocked!” Casey Cohen said. 

Across the road, Cohen’s 8 year old son practices for an upcoming baseball game. 

Another way he’d let off steam- a trip to the inflatable park. 

She and her son had visited the park within the last month. 

“It is a place that is convenient whenever you need to get your kids to get their energy out,” she said. 

Instead families were left with the inconvenience of bouncing to plan b, when the doors never opened. 

No note was left by management on the front door — but plenty were left by families informing their guests of venue changes.  

“I feel sorry for the children that had to deal with that,” Cohen said hearing the news. 

Though the website is still active and even Groupon is offering half-price passes, the Jump!Zone phone seems to be off the hook. 

For a popular business that once won awards — the parking lot is empty and the only sign of life comes from the slushee machine. 

“Unfortunately it’ll be missed I’m sure.” 

We haven’t been able to confirm why the business is closed and even if it’s permanent. 

The Attorney General’s office says they have had 1 complaint so far. 

If you purchased a Groupon or paid a deposit for a party, you’re encouraged to let the AG’s office know. 
 

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