My kids are literally bouncing off the walls right now. We are at Austin’s newest trampoline park, Altitude Austin, and my guys are having a blast. Sometimes we just need a break from the heat, and Altitude Austin is Austin’s newest (and best) indoor trampoline park. It features all the standard attractions plus several unique additions including a foam pit rock wall, a trapeze, and diving platforms. It’s not cheap, but it is tons of fun in air conditioning.

Foam Pit Rock Climbing Wall

We are regulars at the other trampoline parks in the area like Jumpoline and Urban Air, but Altitude has definitely taken it up a notch. First, it is HUGE – 3500 sq ft. Second, it’s clean, bright, and full of many different/new attractions. The different areas include:

  • HUGE Main Trampoline Court
  • Kid’s Trampoline Court
  • Foam Pit Rock Climbing Wall
  • Foam Pit Trapeze
  • Performance Trampoline
  • Battle Beam
  • Gymnastic Tumble Tracks
  • Trampoline Basketball
  • Trampoline Foam Pit (with “diving boards”)
  • Extreme Dodgeball – we have the radical new twist on the old game!
  • Fitness Classes

We went on a rainy day, and while it didn’t feel crowded, the line was quite long (partially because of a broken register). Check our Pro Tip for the secret to skipping that long line. While it’s not cheap, it is a great way for kids and adults to wear off all that extra energy and have a great active time. Summer time bonus – the AC is nice and cool.

Pro Tip: The line can get long at times. If you buy your tickets and fill out the waivers online, you can skip the line and check in at the refreshments register to the right side of the check-in registers.

For complete information, including prices and directions, or to buy a ticket online and skip the line, see their website at http://www.altitudeaustin.com/

See below for a gallery of images, a Google Map of the area, and the review summary. If you have additions, tips, or suggestions, please leave a comment below. For other activities in the Austin area, see our Austin Bucket List or our Austin Family Fun Map.

 

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