Guide to Indoor Play in the El Paso Area


Whether it’s cold, rainy, or just way too hot, moms need indoor play options in El Paso all year long. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities to get the wiggles out at indoor play areas around town.

Certainly pools, splash pads, and those free and cheap summer movies are a possibility in the summertime. But what else is there in the way of indoor play in El Paso?

Guide to Indoor Play in the El Paso Area

Guide to Indoor Play in the El Paso Area

Ally B Gator’s

11210 Armour Drive, Suite 4A, El Paso

This inflatable indoor play park is sure to wear some kids out. There’s even a safe toddler zone with a toddler bouncer and a soft mat play area. Get more info here.

Burger King Playground

6085 Montana, El Paso & 5640 Desert Blvd N, El Paso

So many indoor playgrounds at our favorite fast food locations are not yet open. But Burger King has recently opened its playground doors.

Children’s Play Area at Sunland Park Mall

750 Sunland Park Dr, El Paso

Whether you need air conditioning in the summer or a warm spot in the winter, this fun spot in the Sunland Park Mall has got you covered.

Jumping World El Paso

5850 Onix Dr, El Paso

For littles, JW Entertainment includes a soft play area and a jungle gym. For older kids, find tumbling lanes, a slam dunk arena, a ninja warrior course, a ropes course, and more. Get more info.

Jungle Jaks

1700 N. Zaragoza Rd. 145, El Paso

Jungle Jacks includes a foam factory, giant slides, arcade games, and a giant T. Rex ride. They also have a designated toddler town. Adults are free and toddlers are only $5. Learn more.

Play Area at the Cielo Vista Mall

8401 Gateway Blvd W, El Paso

The play area is a free, activity center that offers families an appealing break while shopping. The mall is open from 11 am – 8 pm.


4564 Doniphan Drive, El Paso

Get some wiggles out on one of X-Zone’s many attractions: trampoline, super slide, climbing walls, obstacle course, ninja warrior zone, and of course, a toddler area. Find out more.

Do you know of other indoor play locations we should add to our list? Email us at [email protected].


  1. Great list, thank you! I would also add the play area in the History Museum. It’s little but still a fun (free!) break from the heat!


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