Sometimes you just need to get for an afternoon of fun. We all wanted to try something new and that led us to Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park. What brought us to Urban Air was the ropes course they had. We’ve been to many trampoline parks around town but had yet to give this one a go. So let’s take a further look inside the west side adventure park.
8545 W Irving St
Wichita, KS 67209
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 8pm
Friday: 12pm – 11pm
Saturday: 10am – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 8pm
First step at Urban Air is to sign your waiver and pay. It’s twenty dollars for 2.5 hours which includes the ropes course which we will get into later. Otherwise it’s $16.99 for 1½ hours and $12.99 for one hour. Kids 6 and under are $8.99. Parent passes are $4.99. The hourly rates are a penny less than Aviate at the Sports Forum with the exception of the Parent pass. It’s far more affordable for parents to go as Aviate still charges full price according to their website.
There is one catch. You have to use their jump socks which are $2.50. No personal socks are allowed.
What is a ropes course? You’re harnessed way up high have to go through different obstacle courses. This is much smaller than many of the outdoor ones that people do for team-building events. Here’s what Urban Air has to say about theirs which is really designed for kids (but adults can join in too):
Get some extra hang time with our gravity-defying obstacles on the Urban Air ropes course. Learning the ropes has never been more exciting; with another up-n-the-air adventure that tests your balance and agility. The stakes are high as you and your friends learn confidence, however safety is assured since you are securely harnessed as you make your way through the course.
Besides the ropes course, there are your basic trampoline park amenities like your foam pit, dodgeball, slam dunk zone, and jump areas.
The kids had a great time. Two of them did the ropes course for a little while and maneuvered through it pretty quickly once they got the hang of it. Besides that it was your typical trampoline park experience. Two hours was probably a little long for us. One hour or 1½ would have been the sweet spot.
Our low budget film crew was on hand to check out the festivities which you can watch below:
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