Nova Scotia’s First Indoor Trampoline Park, Get Air, is set to open soon. And, according to this article from the Dartmouth Tribune, it’s going to be pretty amazing!

Halifax's First Indoor Trampoline Park, Get Air

Get Air Indoor Trampoline Park is currently under construction on Windmill Road in Burnside, Dartmouth. It will have play areas for all ages, including a special area for toddlers.

In the interview with the Dartmouth Tribune earlier this year, Get Air’s media and marketing director, Ashton Goodell says, “My little niece is 20 months old, and she loves playing with the foam blocks and bouncing — and I like knowing she’s not going to get knocked over.”

Here is a youtube video from an American Mommy blogger who visited a Get Air location south of the border. She said: ” The kids had so much fun there. They had a foam pit, a rope ladder, a rock wall, a ropes course, huge trampolines everywhere, trampoline basketball, trampoline dodge ball….”

Get Air does not offer monthly or annual memberships, just prices based on jump-time. And their speciality? Birthday parties! Get Air Indoor Trampoline Park has yet to determine admission costs, but it is expected to be between $12 and $16 per person, with discounts offered Monday through Thursday. Prices for birthday parties have yet to be determined.

Worried about safety? Get Air Trampoline Park employs trampoline “Lifeguards” who will be stationed around the trampoline park.  According to the Dartmouth Tribune interview, jumpers are allowed to do simple flips, side twists, and tricks, but not doubles or triples. Dangerous moves such as“Gainers” (forward momentum, moving backwards) are also prohibited.

Halifax's First Indoor Trampoline Park, Get Air