ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — Urban Air isn’t a trampoline park.
“Urban Air is an adventure park,” owner of Urban Air Altoona Heather Palau said.
Palau gave Colleen Knudsen an exclusive first look inside the park and let her test out some of their main attractions.
Palau said she wanted to bring something different to the area.
“Urban Air is gonna offer year-round entertainment for families,” she said.
Before anything, you need to sign a waiver and put on some Urban Air socks.
For some attractions, you’ll need a harness.
“There’s lots of options here, outside of just trampolines,” Palau said.
There’s rock climbing walls, a ropes course, wipeout zone, and what they call “the stairway to heaven,” not for the faint of heart.
Whatever you decide to do, Palau said safety is their number one priority.
“As long as they follow the people guiding them and watching over them, they’ll have a safe and enjoyable experience, and if they jump within, you know, what they are able to do,” she said.
On Friday night, all current first responders and their families are invited to a free night at the park after their ribbon cutting, as a way to say thank you for everything they do for the community.
The first 200 people to buy a platinum or ultimate pass during their grand opening on Saturday will get a free basic pass for the year. The passes don’t have time restrictions. They’re based off which attractions you want to use.
A basic pass gives you access to trampoline activities and costs $16. The ultimate pass, which included all of the attractions at Urban Air, is $27.