The UK’s largest trampoline park is being built in DURHAM
It’ll be ready by the end of July
They’re building the UK’s largest trampoline park in Durham –– and it’s going to be ready by the end of July.
The Infinite Air centre will host 80 giant interconnected trampolines, as well as dodgeball and basketball courts, and space for free running.
The announcement of a brand new £500,000 park will take the title of the biggest bouncers away from the men patrolling Loveshack on a Wednesday.
Before we all return, locals will be able to make the 50 minute walk first to the bouncy, fun-filled, monstrosity at Soccarena in New Ferens Park.
The main trampoline arena will have a “fast track”, “rebound walls” and flat-padded sections along with interconnected individual trampolines for “free jumping” and fitness sessions.
This means you’ll have to make sure last night’s Urban Oven has fully digested before you hit up Durham’s latest form of procrastination.
Unconfirmed rumours suggest the Assassins’ Society will have pre-season training on the wall-running trampolines, installed for more extreme air experiences, with the dream they could actually be like the guy from Assassin’s Creed.
Watch Sport and Physical Activity fresher Matthew Griffiths, 19, in action on the trampoline –– for a taste of what’s to come.
Infinite Air Co-owner Richard Knowles said: “The park has been created for ‘big kids’ but it isn’t just for young people –– it will be open to every age and physical ability.
“From open jump and dodgeball leagues to birthday parties and corporate events, there’s going to be something for everyone.
“We’ve seen the tremendous success of these sorts of centres across the USA and Australia and more recently in the UK and we’re proud to now create one for the people of the North East.”