Visitor’s guide and photo gallery for Jungle Java in Farmington Hills. An indoor play space with a giant play structure for children.
The Indoor Play Experience
Jungle Java Play Cafe is an indoor play center. The facility features a large play structure for children to explore and burn off some extra calories. The structure includes slides, as well as plenty of places for children to climb, jump and swing. There is even a zip line on the second level and a basketball area on the ground floor.
In addition to the large play area, Jungle Java has an area just for toddlers. Children ages 3 and under can play within the Toddler Safari. The area consists of a small climber with two slides, together with a slide and two animal climbers. A small barrier blocks off the toddler area. A small area filled with chairs for the adults to sit back and relax is right next to the Toddler Safari.
Jungle Java Play Cafe in Farmington Hills Menu
If you care to make a day of your adventure, Jungle Java also offers a wide variety of food and snack items. From snack foods to meals, adults and children can both enjoy sandwiches, salads, wraps as well as smoothies. Several coffee drinks are also available. The Jungle Java coffee menu includes espresso together with specialty drinks, which can be made, hot, iced or frozen.
Jungle Java in Farmington Hills Hours, Rates, and Location
Jungle Java of Farmington Hills is located in the shopping plaza at the corner of West 12 Mile Road and Middlebelt Road. The street address is 27658 Middlebelt Road. The business is located between Planet Fitness and CVS Pharmacy.
Due to Covid-19, the hours will vary each week. Please check the website to get up to date hours of operation.
Daily admission for children ages two and older is just $10, while children 12 months to 23 months are $4. Children under the age of 12 months and adults are FREE. Three month passes are also available.
In addition to open play, Jungle Java in Farmington Hills offers birthday parties. Every party includes two hours of reserved seating, table decorations, printable invitations as well as paper products. Three party options allow parents to choose the plan that works best for them.
Jungle Java Play Cafe holds a special place in my heart. This was the very first place I visited as Metro Detroit Mommy, almost 10 years ago. You can see our original “review”.
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