Urban Air in Boise, Idaho combines trampolines. An indoor adventure park, and a café into one exciting place where the whole family can have fun. And stay active together! Located on West State Street, just off of I-84, it’s easy to find. Whether you’re looking for something indoors to do with the kids on a rainy day. Or want to work out with friends at the gym, this place has it all. Here are eight reasons why you should visit Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park!
1) The location
Urban Air is at 706 6th Street. Which is a great location because it’s on 6th street but also really close to 5th. A lot of restaurants are close by including Sliders Burgers & Fries, PinkBerry, Subway and Chipotle. Some hotels nearby include: Courtyard Austin Downtown/Convention Center, Travelodge Austin Downtown South, Best Western Plus Austin Downtown Inn & Suites. If you’re coming from far away I recommend staying at these places. As they are right next door or across the street.
2) The activities available
Visiting a trampoline park is so much more than just jumping around like a maniac. On an oversized bed with springs. While it’s certainly one of many options for visitors. There are endless ways to play at a place like Urban Air. Along with daily jump times, you can take part in trampoline dodgeball tournaments or rock climbing walls. There’s even an area devoted specifically to kids. Which gives parents some quiet time on their own—not that you can ever truly get away from your young ones! If you want some high-flying fun in Phoenix. Check out our top eight reasons why you should visit UATAP next time you’re craving a new adventure. 1. It has crazy cool gear!
3) How old do you have to be?
You must be at least 7 years old to jump. For safety reasons, we have a height requirement of 42 inches. You’ll need a parent or guardian in our facility at all times. Our staff reserves the right to request proper identification from anyone. That appears under 18 years of age without a parent or guardian.
4) Who can come with you?
Like I mentioned earlier,. Urban Air offers an adults-only time during which you can have an adventure without little ones around. I went on a Saturday night with my husband and it was fantastic. Plus, there’s plenty of parking! If you don’t want to go alone or don’t want your kids along for whatever reason. Here are a few other things you can do with others in Philly
5) What are the hours?
All hours are posted on their website. The park opens at 10:00am daily. Though you can come early if you want a couple hours of open-jumping before it gets busy. It’s an expensive ticket ($37) that is designed for kids 13+ so younger children. Will have to wait until someone else comes in who wants a jump pass for them. This doesn’t happen very often because families typically don’t purchase passes for everyone. But be aware of what you’re getting into by purchasing a bounce pass if your child is young enough that. He or she doesn’t want/need one. (I assume all my readers fall into that category, since why would they be reading travel blogs?)
Wristbands, socks, shoes, and other extras are considered merchandise, not park admissions. That means if you’re buying merchandise in addition to your admission ticket(s). You will be required to pay sales tax on that merchandise. The same holds true for season passes or daily punch cards—if they’re part of a package deal. You may have sales tax applied as well. You’ll know it if you see it: Sales tax is usually added into the box price at checkout. If you see plus sales tax after a number—like $32 plus taxes or fees, for example—then all purchases are taxed.
7) Wristbands, socks, shoes, and other extras
When you’re trampolining, you’ll want to make sure that you keep your wristbands (provided at entry) firmly around your wrists; they’re a guarantee that you paid for admission into our park. It also means we know who has left for the day, but also know who’s still on-site. If a staff member doesn’t see one on your wrist. They will ask you for it and if you can’t provide one will not let you into either of our parks. Socks are mandatory because they provide friction on your feet while using foam pits. Which can cause severe injuries without them.
8) What else should I know?
We’re located at 1100 Eckington Pl, Austin, TX 78702. Hours of operation are Monday – Thursday 3 pm-11 pm. Friday 3 pm-12 am, Saturday 10 am-12 am and Sunday 10 am-10 pm. We’re also closed on Easter, Memorial Day (Monday), Independence Day (Wednesday), Labor Day (Monday) and Thanksgiving Day & Eve. We welcome birthday parties for kids 7 years old or younger during operating hours. If they have 6 or less attendees in their party. Birthday parties can include children of any age with parental supervision. During your visit you’ll see that we have an upper street area. Which is designed to look like a city scene featuring buildings ranging from 3 stories tall all way down to ground level!