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Altitude Trampoline Park’s Ridgeland location will open this summer at 853 Wilson Drive. The entertainment company is also opening a park in Gulfport this month.

Altitude Trampoline opening parks in Ridgeland, Gulfport

Youngsters and adults alike will have yet another bounce park option this summer with the opening of Altitude Trampoline Park in Ridgeland.

The 26,000 square-foot trampoline complex at 853 Wilson Drive in Ridgeland joins Flowood’s HighHeaven Trampoline Park as bounce options for fun seekers. Altitude Trampoline Park boasts that its 26,000 square feet will make it the largest bounce park in metro Jackson. HighHeaven Trampoline Park at 2280 Lakeland Drive has 22,000 square feet.

Altitude will open a similar park in Gulfport the middle of this month.

Altitude Trampoline Park has targeted this summer for its Ridgeland opening. The facility will include a variety of specific activities such as a large open court of inter-connected trampolines, jousting battle beam, kids zone, gymnastics “tumble tracks,” multiple dodgeball courts and extreme 3D dodgeball, basketball dunking goals, and foam pits to learn new tricks.

In addition, Altitude will have a flying trapeze, a feature the parkowners say will be the first of its kind in Mississippi. Altitude says the complex includes large rooms for private parties and in-park party areas for birthdays, school field trips, corporate events, church groups, sports teams or any size group.

Altitude will open a similar park in Gulfport the middle of this month.

“Our parks offer state of the art equipment, high energy entertainment at affordable prices for families, groups and more,” Jeff Rutten, Altitude’s chief operating officer, said in a press release.

Rutten noted that the trampolines and other equipment at all of Altitude Trampoline Parks are certified by the American Society of Testing and Materials.

Details: altituderidgeland.com.

— from staff reports


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