The House of Air, I have a feeling, shall soon be my home away from home.
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Try this recipe for fun: start with an old airplane hangar in a terrific location, add wall-to-wall trampolines, mix in basketball hoops and anything else you think could be fun to play with while bouncing around a room, and stir.
Located in the Presidio near Crissy Field, House of Air has been under renovation/construction for the past eight months to transform it into an indoor trampoline park. There’s a section for “grown-ups” as well as the 7-and-under set. Group events from birthday parties and fundraisers to corporate events are the specialty.
Concerned with safety? Fear not! According the website, over 80% of all injuries occur when a jumper falls off the trampoline onto the floor. House of Air has minimized the risk by building trampoline walls, which means the jumper just bounces back onto the trampoline deck. They have safety netting, padding, safety gear (shoes with high ankle support) and supervision known as “Air Traffic Controllers.”
Meet “all your bouncing needs” when this new jumping ground opens on September 15th!