OGA is happy to offer open play times for children of all ages. During these times, children may play on specified equipment like the trampolines, bars, beams, and foam pit. OGA coaches provide supervision, but are not able to spot or instruct children during this time. Children are welcome to practice basic skills, explore the equipment, play, and have fun. Flips and other advanced tumbling is not allowed. All participants must be signed in by a parent or guardian, and attendees are required to adhere to any posted or verbal guidelines outlined by OGA. NOTE: Before heading in, we recommend checking out the calendar on our home page for any relevant closures.
Recreational Program Manager: Libbi Rice
Preschool Indoor Park: Fridays from 11:30am-1:00pm (Up to age 5)
Preschool & School Age Indoor Park: Saturdays from 1:30pm-3:00pm (up to age 17)
Price: $6/Members, $9/Non-Members
We welcome play groups and meet ups, however to ensure our ability to accommodate your entire group, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance.
Children 6 and under must be accompanied on the floor by a parent or guardian. Indoor Park is offered on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum capacity of 35 children. Please note that attendees are required to adhere to any posted or verbal guidelines outlined by OGA.
All Star Program Manager: Leah Grant
Price: $10 per child
Sensory Sundays are a parent-child playtime designed for families of children affected by sensory processing disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder, or any other disabilities. Come share quality time with your family, and promote sensory integration while bouncing, climbing, and jumping at OGA. Meet other families experiencing similar challenges and make new friends in a safe and fun environment.
(Please note: For the safety and enjoyment of our Sensory Sunday participants, OGA has a strict policy of no more than two participating children to each responsible adult. Additionally, attendees are required to adhere to any posted or verbal guidelines outlined by OGA.)