Nestled comfortably on downtown’s Chestnut Street among corporate buildings and businesses sits Chattanooga’s highly anticipated (and first) indoor trampoline park.
The Jump Park’s “soft opening” occurred Feb. 22, but it will hold an official opening on Mar. 6, welcoming customers to its 20,000-square-foot space, which also features a snack bar and game room.
The park, although just opened, is already extremely popular among Chattanooga residents. It’s garnered more than 1,700 likes to its Facebook page and rave reviews after only being open for a matter of days.
Comments and questions cover the colorful webpage with queries about birthday party package information, dodge ball tournaments and reservations.
The Southside location is just the first of many upcoming businesses centered on local entertainment. Come April, the Chattanooga Brewing Co. will take up residence next door to The Jump Park. That’s right, entertainment will hit its peak this year with both beer and trampolines to choose from.
The Jump Park offers an hour of fun for $12 ($8 for children under the age of 6.) Small kids can burn off that extra energy (and parents can even jump for free between the hours of 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.).
Walk-ins are encouraged and reservations can also soon be made for families and friends. Sign the waiver, take off your shoes and jump local.
— Leith Tigges