Trampoline DodgeballWe have a radical, new twist on the old game.
- Get a full-body workout ducking, dodging, and diving in our high-tech trampoline courts.
- Move the ball and yourself in 3 dimensions.
- Bound and rebound between the trampoline floor and the trampoline walls.
- Give your body a new freedom of movement not possible with games played on fixed courts.
We play by the rules of the National Amateur Dodgeball Associaton.
Dodgeball begins with 6 players from each team on opposite sides of the court. Six balls are placed on the center line. When the game start is called, players rush to retrieve the 3 balls on their right.
The object in dodgeball is to eliminate the players on the opposing team by getting them "out." You can get a player out by hitting them with a live ball or by catching a live ball your opponent throws at you. A ball is "live" as soon as it's thrown.
Two teams play at one and the team with the most remaining player(s) on the court wins.
If you perform an illegal move, you'll be called out. You may not return to a game after being called out. If you're called "out," wrap your hands around your head and ears while leaving the court.
You may catch the ball with any part of the body.
A dodgeball is "dead" when it hits anything besides a player or hits a player without being caught.
For the complete official rules of the game by the NADA, click here.
Tournaments are scheduled throughout the year. You can find out about upcoming tournaments by viewing the calendar of events online, or sign up for our mailing list and we'll email the information to you as new tournaments are scheduled.
You don't have to be a league player to enter a tournament, but your 8-player team may only enter tournaments for your age bracket. Tournaments may be cancelled if the minimum required number of participants is not met. If a tournament is cancelled, entry fees will be refunded.
How Tournaments Work:
- 4 team minimum, 16 team maximum
- Double-elimination (which means you can lose twice and still have a chance at winning something.)
- Tournaments are refereed by trained park staff
- Tournament entry fees are $15 per person
Tournament teams should gather outside of the Denali Court at least 15 minutes prior to your slotted time.