Owner Mark Fogarty said the Airport Extreme Trampoline Park's concept sets it apart from the rest.
“We’ve got air marshals, we’ve got flight attendants, we’ve got your name on the vertical monitors,” Fogarty said. “Your arrivals, your departures. So we try to tie it all in.”
The park will not only have dodgeball leagues and fitness classes, but something for everyone.
“We’re not just catering to kids; we’re also catering to parents," Fogarty said. "We have Wi-Fi throughout; we have a lounge with oversize chairs. We’re going to have a charging and a docking station in the middle.”
Craig Alexander brought his four kids to Thursday’s Family and Friends event.
“I’ve got to say this is one of the most unique parks I’ve seen,” Alexander said.
Three of Alexander’s kids were jumping around, but KRMG managed to catch one of them on a break.
“It’s definitely a workout,” 15-year-old Sam Alexander said. “I’m pretty sure I burned off 400 calories or so. I think we need more of these parks. They’re really great.”
Visitors can even watch games on TV, of mostly Oklahoma teams.
No matter where the next Airport will be, Fogarty said Oklahoma will always be represented with an OKC Thunder color scheme.
“I think the Oklahoma City Thunder has done a great job of bringing this state together,” Fogarty said. “No matter where we put one of these parks, they’ll always be a piece of Oklahoma there.”
Fogarty said the official grand opening will be in a couple of weeks.
“I have some really crazy ideas I am working on for the grand opening,” Fogarty said. “I have to get with the city to see if they’ll let me do it.”
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