Sometimes, your kids are bouncing off the walls in your house, and you'd rather have them bounce off the wall somewhere — anywhere — else. At this desperate point, you make the choice to drive them to Jumpstreet. Jumpstreet is an "indoor trampoline park" (read: a warehouse space they lined wall-to-wall with trampolines), and is meant to be the perfect place for kids to jump out all that kid energy. What it really becomes is a place for kids to play a good game of "How Long Until I Get a Head Injury?" Something changes in the eyes of every kid who walks through the automatic doors here. They go primal. And there's no stopping it. Whether they're double-bouncing each other into the ceiling, begging you to let their not-yet-fully-formed-bodies ride the mechanical bull or vomiting in the bounce house, just remember: You signed up for this.