What to expect inside the renovated Urban Air Adventure Park

My daughter has become fascinated with trampoline parks, so when I heard Urban Air Adventure Park completed their renovation, we made sure to stop by opening weekend. Here’s a visual of what you can expect if you decide to stop by the west side trampoline park.

8545 W Irving St., Wichita, KS 67209

Monday: 10am – 8pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 4pm – 8pm
Friday: 12pm – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 9pm
Sunday: Noon – 8pm

Cash/Card Accepted

Like any other trampoline park, parents or guardians are asked to sign waivers for all parties. From there, tickets are $22.99 to $27.99 for an all day pass based on which attractions you want to include on your visit. Kids 5 and under are $12.99 and adults can purchase a ticket at 50% off the price of the pass they paid for their child. Grippy socks are a must as no personal socks are allowed; those are $3.49 each. Make sure to save them for your next visit!

After that, you’re on to the adventure park! The folks at Urban Air did a fantastic job of renovating the park; the colors inside were brighter, more vibrant and inviting than the base orange and black.

Those who met the height limit were able to purchase the ultimate attractions ticket which allowed access to the sky rider, which was like a zipline, the ropes course, and climbing walls.

Unfortunately, my daughter was short like her dad and we went with the little flyers pass which was $12.99. But that still offered plenty of fun for my 4-year-old as there was the classic trampoline park fun of dodgeball, drop zone, the runway, the trampolines, basketball hoops, and the recently added wipeout.

Another popular addition to Urban Air was joust.

I went 0-4 at joust as the competition was far too tough.

If you get hungry, there’s pizza, wings, chicken tenders, fries and other snacks and beverages to choose from.

Another addition for parents to consider at Urban Air are the multiple party rooms of varying sizes.

As expected, our visit to Urban Air was a blast. It was a great way to get our little one to use up her seemingly unlimited amount of energy. Since they reopened, we’ve already been twice and will likely return again in the near future.

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