Birmingham, Alabama: AirWalk Ultimate Trampoline Arena is an entertainment, fitness and sports facility, spread across 16,000 sq. ft. with almost 8,000 sq. ft. of trampolines, a trampoline dodgeball stadium and an Olympic Foam Pits. AirWalk is an ultimate fun and fitness destination for kids and adults of all ages.
Opened in January 2013, it took four months of construction and $1million in investment, to create, Alabama’s first extreme trampoline arena by CircusTrix the operator of AirWalk.
AirWalk is open from 9 am-9 pm Monday through Saturday. “Right after school gets out is when we’re the busiest! From about 3 pm on, there is always a crowd of kids jumping. We’re least busy during the day while school is in session,” says Case Lawrence, CEO and founder of CircusTrix.
For kids six and under, a 1.5 hour flight ticket costs $10-16. For jumpers over six years old, the price ranges from $13-20. The exact price varies depending on jump time and (to an extent) which of CircusTrix parks you go to. By the end of the 2016 the company expects to have 30+ extreme recreation parks in the United States in addition to a growing number of international parks. In Alabama, they also have Shakalaka in Huntsville and a many others elsewhere, most under separate brand names. If someone can’t make it to AirWalk, there are lots of other options!
“At AirWalk and other CircusTrix parks, we’re very proud of the unique attractions we have created, like ninja obstacle courses, aerial silks, swings, trapeze, and many others that give people non-trampoline activities to choose from,” added Case Lawrence. Many of their parks are less than 50% trampolines at this point. The ninja obstacle course and the large open jump area comprised of interconnected trampolines are signature attractions at AirWalk and other CircusTrix parks.
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Safety is the top priority at CircusTrix parks. The staff ensure that all visitors are aware of the safety expectations prior to entering any of their parks and make sure everyone is having fun while also staying safe.
“We have strict rules posted around the park, in addition to instructional videos,” assured Case Lawrence. “Most importantly, we have “Flight Crew” members that staff the park and monitor the attractions to make sure every jumper is being safe and responsible. We have more staff on hand than the International Association of Trampoline Parks recommends and drill on safety and response relentlessly.”
CircusTrix also work very hard to maintain their parks, checking all the equipment on a daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly schedule.
One of the known events at AirWalk is ClubAirWalk for jumpers 15 and over. Every Friday and Saturday, from 9 pm-midnight park lights are turn out and on the lasers. “It’s a big, flying party and we have similar events at most CircusTrix parks,” mentioned Case Lawrence.
AirWalk and its sister CircusTrix parks differ from many other trampoline parks because they provide a variety of extreme recreation activities, not just trampolines. Visitors are able to rock climb, practice parkour moves, tackle ninja courses, and more. CircusTrix also does a lot of environmental work with top-notch graffiti artists and individual park brands to make sure that each park is a unique, memorable environment.
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Deepak Tiwari, Business Editor.
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