Reservations or online tickets are never required for open job. Reservations are only required for birthday parties. Weekend birthday party timeslots have been filling up 1-2 weeks in advance, so please plan ahead!
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Altitude Trampoline Park prides itself on maintaining a fun, friendly, and safe jumping environment. If any management, court monitors, or front desk staff witness actions that compromise these values, Altitude Trampoline Park may –
Prohibit jumpers from entering the jumping platforms/specific attractions
Prohibit jumpers from entering the premise
Ban jumpers from the park for a set amount of time
Close down an attraction early if jumpers are not able to jump & play in a fun, friendly, and safe manner
REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ADMINISTERED IN THE EVENT THAT ALTITUDE TRAMPOLINE PARK FINDS THAT THESE VALUES HAVE BEEN COMPROMSIED.
Who can jump
Every person who jumps on our trampolines must first provide a valid/signed Altitude Trampoline Park waiver.
Those under 18 must have the waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian.
No one under the influence of drugs or alcohol is permitted on the trampolines.
Do not jump if you are pregnant or have other health limitations.
Jump within your ability
Customers may not sit or lie on the trampolines. Exit the trampolines if you need to rest.
Pushing, wrestling, tackling, running, racing, playing tag, and horseplay of any kind is strictly forbidden.
Customers may not climb, lean, or hang on to any of the top pads or netting inside the trampoline areas.
Always jump and land on two feet and never jump or land on the padding. Never land on your head.
If you're falling, try to bring your arms, legs, and head into a ball position.
Only one person is allowed per jumping surface.
Double bouncing is strictly prohibited.
Customers can bounce and flip off the sidewalls, but they must land on the first sidewall-adjoining trampoline.
Customers must be in control of their body at all times.
Spitting and profanity are prohibited.
About apparel, accessories, and objects
Altitude Trampoline Park has a dress code designed to maintain the park's family atmosphere.
Jumpers must wear the valid-colored wristband at all times during jumping.
No "half" shirts, extremely torn shirts, or revealing cut-offs.
No belt buckles, clothing studs, jewelry, key chains, or sharp objects are permitted on the trampolines.
No glass, balls, phones, cameras, or other objects or equipment are permitted on the trampolines.
Only Altitude socks are permitted on the trampolines (no shoes). Socks can be purchased at the front desk for $3.00. Bring them with you on future visits.
Customers may not have anything in their mouths (gum, candy, etc.) while on the trampolines.
Disguises that conceal identity and adult full-face makeup are prohibited.
No food or drink is permitted on the trampolines.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK PERMITTED IN THE PARK.
We do not allow clothing generally considered offensive
Profanity, obscene gestures, obscene statements, pictures of illegal substances, insignias of para-military groups, all gang-related items or clothing.
Customers may not have anything in their pockets while on the trampolines.
Pay attention to the rules
Adhere to these rules and additional rules which are posted on site for featured areas of the park.
Adhere to the directions of court monitors and other park staff at all times.
Trampolining is an inherently dangerous activity. Jump at your own risk.
Thursday 12/31 10am-5pm
with special noon countdown
Friday 1/1 noon-10pm
Open regularly scheduled hours 1/2 and after.
Inclement Weather Policy The safety of our customers and staff is very important to us. In the event of inclement weather or unsafe road conditions, Altitude may close early. In the event of closing early, there will be social media posts on Facebook and this website announcing the details.
Monday - Thursday
10:00AM - 9:00PM
Friday - Saturday
10:00AM - 10:00PM
12:00PM - 8:00PM
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