Pump It Up is the pioneer in birthday party entertainment. Founded in Pleasanton, California in 2000, it was an immediately success, allowing parents to host children’s parties in a private, safe, and clean environment. Due to its popularity, Pump It Up began franchising in 2002.
Today, Pump It Up is Kids' Favorite Place with centers across the country. It has set the industry standard for indoor inflatable safety, while providing your community with a fun and healthy family activity.
Pump It Up San Antonio Northwest is dedicated to creating a memorable experience for everyone who walks through our doors.
We've hosted thousands of birthday parties since opening our doors in 2006. We are always coming up with new and innovative ways to create a new expereince for your child's birthday. Ask about party experiences for your next event!
You don't have to have a birthday to play at Pump It Up San Antonio Northwest! We offer many open jump sessions and special events.
"It was an effortless experience for us! Very cool to not have to coordinate anything and be able to enjoy the party with everyone else."
"The party attendants were awesome! They were great with the kids and very courteous and friendly. They went the extra mile to ensure we had everything the guests needed. I was very impressed that I had 2 party attendants. I was able to enjoy my son's party without the hassle & worry."
"Our 2 team members were awesome from taking pictures to making sure we were ok or needed anything. They were so helpful with serving the food, cake and drinks! Awesome awesome staff members."
"All if the staff was friendly and helpful. They paid attention to the birthday girl and all of the guests. Awesome party hosts!"
"We were greeted by our host, the manager and the rest of the support staff. They each introduced themselves and were EXTREMELY friendly and helpful. They had the kids super engaged in the activities and fully entertained. In the party room, the girls did an excellent job in arranging the decorations I took and kept up with he kids' demand for food/drink/etc."