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Extreme Air Park

Extreme Air Parks are Canada’s largest indoor trampoline playgrounds and best places to take children of all ages on rainy days in the Lower Mainland.

 

Indoor Trampoline Playgrounds

There are three Extreme Air Parks in Metro Vancouver: one in Langley (at 9499-198th Street), one in Richmond (at 14380 Triangle Road) and one in New Westminster (at 109 Braid Street).  All three are amazing places to take kids for an hour or two of crazy bouncing on over 40,000 sq/ft of interlocking trampolines.

 

Boy Jumping into Pit at Extreme Air Park
The Foam Pit at Extreme Air Park

 

Special elements at the Air Parks include the following:

  • 3-D Dodgeball: the most fun you’ll ever have playing dodgeball while leaping into the air.
  • Air Zone: two giant courts where participants can jump off the walls and from one mat to another.
  • Half Pipe: fifty feet of wall-to-wall bouncing pleasure.
  • The Foam Zone: lanes for people to jump their way down and fly into the soft foam pit at the end.
  • Zero Gravity Basketball: an amazing court where you can do slam dunks better than even the best professionals.

A two-hour jump costs about $21 (regardless of your age). Even the youngest and fittest people won’t likely want much more time than that. One hour costs about $17 (and will likely be more than enough for most adults). Special jumping socks, which must be worn, cost $3.

Children under 18 need a legal guardian to sign a waiver. Consequently, be sure to download the waiver and sign it in advance if you plan to send your kids with someone else. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The place is best though for children 8 or older.

TIP: Go early in the day to avoid the biggest crowds.

 

Extreme Air Park Trampolines

 

Other Information

For more information, check out the official Extreme Air Richmond, Extreme Air New West or Extreme Air Langley websites.

For a list of other similar kinds of venues, click Vancouver Trampoline Parks or Lower Mainland Climbing Centres.