Trampoline park sets opening date

By Jodi Schwan

The trampolines are installed and training has started at Air Madness, a new trampoline park in Harrisburg.

The 50,000-square-foot building is next to Perfect Practice, a large indoor sports practice facility.

Air Madness includes 15,000 square feet of trampolines with a dozen different features, from a Ninja course and mechanical bull to climbing features and a laser room.

“Everyone who’s walked through just can’t believe it,” construction manager Gary Sperber said. “I think kids are going to freak out and be overwhelmed. They will see stuff they have never seen before.”

The business is owned by Jesse Vandestroet. The plan is to open Sept. 29.

“Everything’s in,” Sperber said. “I think we’ve hired about 70 people and are going to hire 30 more.”

There are eight party rooms and an adult lounge overlooking the trampoline floor.

“It’s a big building and big project and lowering all the trampolines into the floor added time to the project, but it looks better,” he said.

Air Madness has a dozen trampoline-related features.

Trampoline park sets opening date

The trampolines are installed and training has started at Air Madness, a new trampoline park in Harrisburg.

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