Air Insanity, a 32,000sq.ft trampoline park, will open in Rochester, Minnesota, US, this month.
The trampoline park’s owners, Scott and Katrina Pulham, said they opened the site because the area doesn’t offer a lot of indoor entertainment.
Katrina said: "We fell in love with trampoline parks after we visited a few and decided that Rochester needed an indoor entertainment centre that appealed to a wide range of ages. It took us a few years of research and looking for the perfect building that was large enough to accommodate everything we wanted to offer.”
The location includes a 5,000sq.ft open trampoline court, fidget ladder, a dodgeball trampoline court and a toddler area that is exclusively for children of five years old and younger.
The park will also include a custom powder-coated ninja warrior obstacle course that has 12 different obstacles, a warped wall that has three different heights, an interactive laser maze that offers two different challenges, a traverse climbing wall, two slam dunk basketball courts, a stunt jump area and an attraction called the Nerf Zone.
According to Katrina, the Nerf Zone will have four lanes for target practice, an armoury where participants can choose their Nerf Gun and a paintball style course.
Equipment manufacturer Best American Trampoline Parks worked with the Pulhams to design the site. Katrina said the final product closely resembles the park that they envisioned and designed.