Monkey Bizness

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Monkey bizness, Parker, United states, North america
Timing: 09:00 am - 12:00 pm
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September
Open

Monday, Tuesday, Friday

09:00 am - 06:00 pm

Wednesday

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

Thursday

09:00 am - 08:00 pm

Saturday, Sunday

09:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Monkey Bizness is a place in Parker in the country of United States. Monkey Bizness is easily missed on a visit to Parker.

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  • The doors that separate the play area from the rest of the facility are pretty kid friendly, meaning easy for toddlers to use. You have to watch your kids like a hawk if you don't want them escaping. Doors like the one in Parker are more feasible to overall safety. Liked the place though. Kids had a blast.

  • This is basically a Starbucks with a playground. The coffee is really good and they sell pizza and hot dogs. They have a play area for bigger kids and one for 2 year olds and younger. It had a large bouncy slide and castle. Theirs also some obstacle courses. They lose one star for the price. In my opinion it should be about $8. You can buy a punch card and the price goes down.

  • Very clean place! Equipment was all in good condition and the play area safe. Didn't have a lot of interaction with the staff but I also didn't require much help. My three year old loved it.

  • We love this place. It's affordable in comparison to others like it. You can get a stamp and come back same day. You can bring your own snacks just no outside vendors. It's clean, staff is friendly and coffee is awesome. Saturday's are crazy busy but during the week is not so bad. Great experience and we go every week. They also do a punch card where you pay for 4 visits and get 1 free.

  • This is a great, family-friendly and well thought out indoor play area and a fun half-day activity for when it's too hot or too cold to play outside and/or if your kiddo needs some input. Highlights: 1. Younger children's area kept entirely separate from older kid's play area (I believe this is a 2 and under area) 2. Plentiful and clean bounce features, fun climbing gym, and an indoor playset. All equipment has been spotless and well-maintained in my 3-ish experiences here. 3. Cafe area in case your kids are suddenly famished which of course they always are in a cafe area. 4. Clean and well kept art room with some fun supplies. 5. Not sure if I've just lucked out, but I have not experienced the claustrophobic thing that sometimes occurs in places like this (all parents know this feeling) - like there are too many people here, and you can't have fun because of the crowding. This includes one weekday morning from 10am-ish to 12pm-ish and one Sunday morning during about the same timeframe. Cons: 1. The price isn't bad, but I wish this place would offer some kind of permanent pass. They recently sent me a "deal" on some kind of continuous three month pass they offer with unlimited jumping, but it was kind of steep considering it had an expiration date. There is at least one other indoor gym (We Rock the Spectrum Arvada) that offers a lifetime pass for up to three kids for the same price, making it seem like kind of a bad deal. Then again, perhaps this is how they keep it sane inside? 2. The bathrooms always smell like dirty diapers. I know, this is a hazard of anyplace that offers changing tables and is kid-centric, but the ladies room at least has a lingering smell of dirty diapers. Since there are pails (multiple) in there, probably someone should be focused on getting the diaper trash out every hour or two. The restroom itself also sometimes looks like a bomb went off, which again is a potential pitfall of any place that caters to young children but it's a little gross. All in all, a really great spot for a morning out with the kids, where you can even relax to a certain extent and just watch them burn off energy.

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