Phoenix, AZ

Altitude Trampoline Park offers programs and activities for all ages and fun levels

Sandy Casariego

PHOENIX, AZ—Altitude Trampoline Park offers special programs and activities for all visitors. Private suite or reserved table parties are also available starting at $125.

With a wide range of programs and activities, Altitude can be an enjoyable option to spend time with families and friends. Freeplay is the main theme of Altitude that encourages people to express, socialize, and be active. It is a term that defines total freedom and it is one of the main benefits of playing in Altitude.

Altitude Trampoline Park weekend programs include 'Glo in The Park', featuring glow in the dark theme on weekend nights, and 'Sunday Family Funday' to have fun with families on Sundays. There is also a program for individuals with autism and related disorders called the 'Sensory Play Day' program, featuring small crowds with no music and strobes, but the same level of fun.

Visitors can also host birthday parties with Altitude party organizers, which includes two hours of bouncing time, party setup and cleanup, pizzas, and free Altitude t-shirt and jump pass for birthday boys/girls.

Parties and programs are packed with fun and safe attractions such as the battle beam, gymnastic tumble track, performance trampolines, extreme dodgeball, kid's court, trampoline basketball, foam pit, main court, and rock wall.

Altitude Trampoline Park is a franchise that dedicates its experience in family entertainment and traditional trampoline park management. Their slogan is 'Living The Jump Life' that unites people who are active and love to play freely. They support community and society to embrace fun, happiness, and freedom

Check their website to book your jump: https://www.altitudetrampolinepark.com/locations/phoenix

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