Urban Air Adventure Park Kendall Location
A new all-ages adventure park is primed to open its doors this weekend, bringing with it a wide variety of attractions kids are sure to love.
On Saturday, June 27, Urban Air Adventure Park holds the much-anticipated grand opening of their Coral Springs location. The park is located at 6001 West Sample Road — a spot many parents will recognize as where Toys R Us once was.
You’ve likely heard of a trampoline park, but Urban Air is much more than just a bouncy floor, they’re a wall-to-wall entertainment complex filled with attractions.
They also offer special birthday party areas and make an effort to ensure all children, including those with special needs, are welcome and catered to.
The membership-style entertainment park is well-known for its electric and high energy fun attractions that include Spin Zone Bumper Cars, a ropes course, wall climbing, a Warrior Course, a vast tube playground, dodgeball areas, and much, much more.
Parents can choose from multiple membership options that vary from just unlimited trampoline access to a platinum pass that allows for unlimited, all-inclusive access to everything the park has to offer, plus some added goodies such as free pizza and snacks each visit and 20 percent off merchandise.
To assure parents that Urban Air is a safe place to bring children amid coronavirus, the company is taking added precautions. Masks will be required to be worn by all employees, and customers who are not on an attraction or in the eating area will also be asked to wear protection.
Urban Air Special Events Manager Daniel Encinosa said that every 30 minutes, they will have the staff clear the attractions and sanitize them.
“Employees in yellow vests will be wiping things down throughout the day. In addition to these constant procedures, we will spray attractions with a disinfectant fogging apparatus that leaves an anti-bacterial film. While this film is supposed to last a month, we will be spraying it on attractions weekly,” he said.
Urban Air currently has over 300 locations including one in Kendall and Plantation. They’re well-known for event nights that not only cater to all ages but special needs children as well — the Coral Springs location will offer special nights for sensory-needs children.
To celebrate the new location, Urban Air is offering 50 percent off admission when customers order tickets online. Contactless access is available once tickets are purchased.
“We’re most excited about being a part of the Coral Springs community,” said Encinosa. “In addition to our special needs events for kids, we will be running fundraisers.”
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- Ryan Yousefi has lived in Coral Springs for over 30 years. He has worked as a writer for multiples outlets over the years, including the Miami New Times where he has covered sports and culture since 2013. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Business Healthcare Management from Western Governors University.
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