It’s one small step for Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, and one giant leap for Ardmore.
Bouncers, beware: Urban Air Trampoline Park will open to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday, and the first 100 customers to buy a 2 and a half hour jump pass at the door will receive a free one-year jump pass worth 52 free one-hour jumps for 52 weeks.
The new facility at 1601 Woerz Way is 27,000-square-feet, said co-owner Annie Harlow.
She and several family members were first inspired to bring an Urban Air to Ardmore about a year and a half ago when they visited a location in Texas. Since then, they have been able to construct not just trampolines, but dodgeball courts, dunk zones for high-rising basketball action, an “apex,” featuring a massive playground and many more amenities for patrons of all ages to enjoy.
Harlow said the Ardmore facility is conveniently located adjacent to Interstate 35, which will hopefully lead to more people veering off the highway and into the city of Ardmore.
“Ardmore already has a lot of attractions for children, but nothing indoors and of this caliber,” Harlow said. “There are going to be some awesome times had here.”
A soft opening for first responders, police officers and firefighters will precede the grand opening Saturday as a way to say thank you for their service, according to Harlow.
But once Urban Air’s trampolines are primed for bouncing, staff at Urban Air believe their location will be a prime venue for entertainment in Ardmore.
Harlow mentioned the several possibilities the unique play area possesses, such as hosting area dodgeball clubs, and the sizeable space for birthday parties. Special nights and lockdowns for different demographics, such as grade-schoolers, will also be incorporated into the fun zone’s schedule.
“There’s going to be something for everybody here,” Harlow said. “It’s going to be really awesome.”