Keep Cabin Fever Away With These Great Open Gyms in the Area!


AHHH February is here!! I don’t know about your family, but by the time February rolls around, my kiddos are literally bouncing off the walls. By now we’ve done it all indoors – from play dough to massive blanket forts – and cabin fever is definitely setting in. My oldest asks me every day how many more days until Spring (I hate to break it to you sweetie, but Spring in Wisconsin is RARELY punctual). The only silver lining is the great area we live in! When we first moved here, we were pleasantly surprised at all of the family friendly activities in Green Bay. You can almost attend an open gym every day of the week!  So when the temps are again “dangerously” low, let the kids run off all that energy and then head home just in time for naps (for Mom too!). Here is a list of some of the great, inexpensive open gyms we are lucky enough to have in our area.

Air Force Gymnastics (Green Bay)

Parent-Child Open Gym

Mondays and Thursdays 10 – 11am. $3 per child. Ages walking-6 years old.

Includes a foam pit, bouncy houses, hang on bars and climb on beams. A lot of fun for $3!

Open Gym

Friday Night 7-8:30pm and Saturdays from 1-2:30pm. Ages 6+. $7 for gym members, $10 for non -members.

Fusion Athletics (Green Bay)

Parent-Child Open Gym

Wednesdays 9-11 am.  Ages 1-6, $5 per child.

The gym includes a trampoline and bouncy house! Plus other fun floor activities.

Open Gym

Some Fridays 6 – 8 pm. Ages 6+. $5 per child. Other Fridays are Ninja and Nerf Wars nights. Check the website for dates and times.

My daughter attended this a few weeks back and LOVED it!. They got to play on the equipment, and even had a couple of organized games that they could participate in.

Get Air Green Bay

Toddler Time Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am – 12pm. Jumpers under 46″ and their parents only. $8 per child, one parent jumps free.

Rainbow Play Systems of Northeast Wisconsin (Appleton)

Open Play Tuesday-Friday 10 am – 3 pm. $5/child (non-walking and adults free).

Saga Sports (Suamico)

Open Gym

Friday 7:30 – 9:00 pm and Saturday from 9 – 11 am. $7 for members, $10 for non-members.

Playtime includes a foam pit, balance beams, trampolines, rings, and bars.

Sky Zone (Appleton)

Toddler Time

Wednesday & Thursday 10 am – Noon, Saturday 9 – 10 am, and 1st and 3rd Sundays from 10:30-11:30.

A great time for toddlers to experience the joy of bouncing without the interference of big kids!

Sensory Hours

2nd and 4th Sundays 9:30 – 11:30 am.  

A quieter environment for those with special needs.

Starz Gymnastics (Green Bay)

Parent-Tot Open Gym

Wednesdays & Fridays 9:30-11:30am. Ages 5 and under (with adult present). $3 per child per hour.

This is a super fun open gym with lots of equipment and a foam pit with a rope. They have a play area loosely geared towards toddlers which is great if you have younger ones with you.

Tri County Gymnastics (Green Bay)

Parent-Tot Open Gym

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:00am-12:00pm. $3 per hour, per child.

Tri County has a very nice gym with several trampolines, a rock wall, and a HUGE area where you can build forts from different sized foam pieces.

Xtreme Air (Appleton)

Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM & Saturday: 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

For children five years old and younger who can walk

 $6.00 for 1 hour of jump, includes a parent

Have you ever attended any of these open gyms with your kiddos? Or are there any we have missed? Please let us know in the comments!

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Amy is a stay-at-home mom of three young children, two girls and a boy, ages 6, 3, and, 1. A native of Sheboygan, WI, she and her husband permanently moved to Green Bay in 2010 after the birth of their first daughter. Amy is in the middle of her second year of homeschooling, which often consists of distracting a crazy one- year-old while trying to teach lesson plans. Coffee is her best friend. Her family is currently searching for their dream country home where they plan to raise some animals and grow their own food. You might see her out with her family exploring new places in the area to run off energy. They often spend the summer looking for fun, nearby beaches and pools. Amy is also interested in learning creative ways to budget, coupon, and find easy, healthy recipes for her family of picky eaters.


  1. I was pleasantly surprised to see this list. I was looking for something to share with local families that would help them know resources to go to in the area during these long winter months! Thank you!!

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