An indoor entertainment center is bringing trampolining, rock climbing, dodge-balling and more to a space vacated by hhgregg in 2017.
Urban Air Adventure Park opened Saturday at to 3175 Princeton Road in Fairfield Twp.
With more than 30,000 square feet of space, the new business offers trampolines, dodgeball courts and obstacle courses, to tube playgrounds with multi-level climbing ropes and twisting tubes.
“We know families are looking for ways to spend time together, and the more active the experience, the more memorable,” said Michael Browning, Urban Air’s founder and CEO. “Parents want their kids off their phones giving them less ‘screen time,’ and more time to play and engage with other kids their age the old-fashioned way.”
The new facility is home to the Urban Air Adventure Hub, which will feature Urban Air attractions such as a ropes course and the Urban Air Sky Rider Indoor Coaster, Ninja Warrior Course, Wipe Out or Ropes Course.
Other options include Drop Zone, a large, inflatable landing pad perched below a series of trampolines, a Runway Tumble Track that offers flexibility to those who flip, handspring and cartwheel down its track, and Slam Dunk Zone, where guests attempt to emulate their favorite NBA all-star with a trampoline-induced slam dunk of their own.
The Urban Warrior Course, Battle Beam and Runway (Tumble Track) round out the competitive options available for a day of physical tests and endurance.
Guests can grab a meal, a cold drink or quick snack at the park’s Urban Café before venturing back for more recreation.
Urban Air has more than 267 locations nationwide open or under construction.
Urban Air Adventure Park offers Endless Play Memberships allow guests to visit the park as many times as they desire at a fraction of the cost of a single one-day open play ticket.
It also offers custom birthday parties for children, with the ability for adults to participate, and hosts corporate retreats, team building experiences and private events.
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