New Family Fun Center Takes Over Empty Fiesta Lanes Building
Jumping World opens just off Sunland Park, and it's one gigantic family entertainment center that will dazzle El Pasoans of all ages.
A new interactive adventure park has opened in West El Paso, taking over the old Fiesta Bowling Lanes building.
It's been a few years since I've been to Fiesta Lanes, and it turns out that it's been closed since even before the pandemic. Fast forward four years later, and that's when entrepreneur Hwan Kim found himself in El Paso for unrelated business; once here, he came upon the vacant location and decided it would be the perfect place to open his 12th Jumping World location.
After some significant renovations like completely reinstalling the bowling alley, the place looks unrecognizable from its old Fiesta Lanes days. Newly added are the indoor trampolines perfect for tumbling and flipping, a dodgeball and VR area, a ninja warrior course, battle beam, arcade area, and of course a bowling alley and so much more - like a lot more.
Speaking of the bowling alley - it too has been renovated with new equipment, flooring and is outfitted with screens along the top where music videos will play while trying to get your strike on all night long.
Jumping World is not just an entertainment center for kids, tweens, and teens; it's also an excellent place for adults. The space also includes a separate bar area that will appeal to the 21+ crowd.
Patrons will also find a full bar, a casual dining area, pool tables, ax throwing, and an outdoor patio that goes on for days outfitted with faux grass, comfy furniture, and plenty of jams to get you grooving the night away.
The whole vibe is different from anything else that's currently open in town. Sure we have other trampoline parks, but this one has so many more amenities that accommodate kids of all ages, including the adult kids, like yours truly.
Along with family fun, Jumping World is also available to rent out for parties, celebrations, or corporate retreats highlighting teamwork with competitive fun, such as taking on a coworker on the battle beam or via a game of dodgeball.
If you're down to take the kids to bounce around or have a brew with a bud while playing pool - Jumping World is now open and has you covered seven days a week.