Manchester ready to bounce

October 13, 2018 by  

Indoor trampoline entertainment business Urban Air is expanding its enterprise and building Urban Air Adventure Park in nearby Manchester.

The new location will be on 220 Hale Road and will span 53,000 square feet. It will feature trampoline filled areas, obstacle courses, dodgeball courts, and playgrounds with winding tubes and multistory ropes for climbing.

Michael Browning, CEO and founder of Urban Air, expressed his excitement to bring an indoor park to Manchester and serve nearby areas like Tolland, Wethersfield, Ellington, East Hartford, and Vernon. He wants to provide an opportunity for families of all ages to get active and make memories.

The location will also feature the Urban Air Adventure Hub, focusing on aerial attractions like a ropes course. An indoor coaster called Sky Rider will be a unique addition to the company, while the Drop Zone will allow guests to land on an inflatable pad after jumping from trampolines.

There will also be a tumble track for guests to perform inversions in a straight line. Finally, there will be a basketball trampoline area and a challenging obstacle course. The park provides food, drink, and promotional products for sale.

The indoor park is set to open next year in the spring, and around 60 jobs will become available for people in the local area. Urban Air is headquartered in Dallas and has locations in all over the country.

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