Summer is just around the corner. Kids will be out of school and looking for something to keep them occupied. Many local summer camps are booking time with RUSH Jensen Beach to provide children with a fun experience.

Rush Dodgeball

With over 25,000 square feet of non-stop action, RUSH is the perfect destination for summer campers. There are dozens of trampolines at the air conditioned, indoor park. A laser maze, zip line, trapeze, battle beam, kids court, airbag pit, wipe out and more.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, Treasure Coast YMCA, Operation 300 and several other organizations have already reserved dates and times for their camps. The trampoline park is open Monday-Sunday, all summer long.

In addition to the multitude of options listed above, RUSH also offers a café with a variety of food options including pizza, chicken tenders, hamburgers, hot dogs, breadstixs, chicken sandwiches and more. WIFI is also available throughout the facility.

If you’re club or organization is ready for something new, exciting and fun, contact RUSH Jensen Beach.

RUSH Jensen Beach will be hosting a Blood Drive on Friday, April 20 at their trampoline park on US One, Jensen Beach. Blood One’s Big Red Bus will be onsite to facilitate the donations.

One Blood

Almost 36,000 units of red blood are needed everyday in the United States. A single car accident victim can need up to 100 pints of blood. Blood cannot be manufactured, it can only come from donors. That is why local blood drives are so important.

Donating blood is a safe process. A pint of blood is typically taken during a donation. A healthy donor can donate every 56 days.

If you would like to help your neighbors in our community, visit RUSH Jensen Beach on April 20 and donate. Each person who donates blood will receive a $2 RUSH jump discount with a free slice of pizza and a small fountain drink plus a free sub offer from Jersey Mike’s, $5 discount on $25 meal purchase at Buffalo Wild Wings and a restaurant coupon from Pueblo Viejo.

RUSH Jensen Beach is new to the community, but they have already made a big impression. It has become a destination for local families offering non-stop action with dozens of trampolines, a laser maze, zip line, trapeze, battle beam, kids court, airbag pit, wipe out and more.

They have also teamed up with many local non-profits including the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, Treasure Coast YMCA, Operation 300, Young Authors, SLC Reading Coalition and others.

Rush Operation 300

RUSH Jensen Beach recently welcomed over 50 campers and mentors from Operation 300, a local non-profit organization that helps children and spouses of fallen soldiers from around the country. Camps are held in Martin County six times each year where the children are taught life skills, interact with other children and have fun.

Operation 300 jumping on trampoline

“When we heard about the organization, we knew we wanted to support them,” stated Carmen Luca, owner. “We worked with their team to schedule a private jump time for the campers and mentors. It was great to see all the smiles, we look forward to their next camp.”

With over 25,000 square feet of non-stop action, RUSH is the perfect place for your group or organization. There are dozens of trampolines – that glow in the dark. A laser maze, zip line, trapeze, battle beam, kids court, airbag pit, wipe out and more. If you’re ready for something new, exciting and fun, contact RUSH Jensen Beach at info@rushjensenbeach.com.

Operation 300 group photo

RUSH Jensen Beach is proud of their community support. Even though they are a relatively new business in the area, they have already established relationships with the Treasure Coast Angels, Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, Operation 300, The SL Reading Council and other non-profits.

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