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Aviate Extreme Air Sports

Aviate Extreme Air Sports

Trampoline park’s have been growing in Wichita and not too long ago the largest one in the city opened up it’s doors inside the Wichita Sports Forum, it’s called Aviate Extreme Air Sports.

Aviate is located at 2668 N Greenwich Ct. They are open daily from 10am – 10 pm except for Friday and Saturdays when they close at Midnight.

According to their site, they offer 20,000 Square Feet of extreme entertainment and the largest foam pits in town, obstacle courses, flying trapeze and more.

Before we go inside let’s discuss pricing. For people 7 and over, it’s $13 for one hour or $20 for two hours. While 6 and under is $10 for one hour and $15 for two hours.

When you go, a waiver form must be signed which you can do on location or online here.

I’ve been so some of the other trampoline parks in town but Aviate dwarfs them all. This place is massive.

We went for a family birthday party with all the kids and there’s just so much going on. There’s so many activities going on (check them all out here) like Ninja Obstacle Course, Extreme Dodgeball, Air Dunk, Slack Line, Trapeze, and huge foam pits for not just kids but adults too.

 

 

Shoes and socks are not allowed in the play area. You must be barefoot. If you’re worried about germs, they have grip socks to wear as well. No jewelry, hats, or loose objects allowed; mainly common sense type things if you’re going to jump.

As an added bonus if you love modern pop music like Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato, Aviate has that all blaring from their speakers the entire time to keep the kids dancing and jumping. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t stop to bob my head to some “Uptown Funk”.

 

The staff at Aviate do a really good job of making sure everybody is safe and having fun. They had a lot of great interaction with the kids.

For the couple hours we were there, the kids loved every second of it. Compared to other parks in town, the options are nearly endless at Aviate.

Pricing; it does get a little costly if you’re taking a few people. A group of three people will cost over $30 for just one hour of entertainment. For family fun, that’s on the high end in Wichita. While looking at their webpage and Facebook page, some days have discounted offers but for the most part this is not something you could do regularly. Unfortunately with my niece’s birthday coming soon, looks like I’ll be going again soon……and paying.

For more information on Aviate, check out their website: http://wichitasportsforum.com/aviate/.

Happy Jumping!
Eddy

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