Whether your child is a tiny tot or a teenager, Rare Air Trampoline Park is sure to turn your next birthday celebration into a hopping-good time. Owned by Ryan and Rachel Thomas, along with business partner Terry Smith, the park is a one-of-a-kind attraction between Sacramento and Oregon. The grand-opening of this North State gem in spring of 2015 marked the beginning of Ryan and Rachel’s commitment to create and share a place where families could come together for a great time in a friendly atmosphere.
Rare Air is open for birthday parties all week long, rain or shine and boasts several options for birthday fun. All partygoers have to do is slip on their special jump socks and empty their pockets and then they can literally bounce off the walls!
The park features gigantic open-jump trampolines that span 10,000 sq. ft. as well as activities like rock climbing on a 20-foot-high wall, dodge ball arenas for the competitive jumper and slam dunk basketball lanes. There is an airbag pit where kids can safely fly, jump and flip through the air.
“The most exciting thing about Rare Air is just seeing kids smile,” says Ryan, whose own young children can’t get enough jump time in! The park even has a special area called the Junior Zone where toddler-age kids can jump at their own pace and comfort level.
Rare Air Trampoline Park boasts five birthday party rooms and birthday packages that range from $140-250. The staff at Rare Air Trampoline Park are happy to accommodate your child’s birthday wishes with specialty packages that include access to the rock climbing wall, arcade tokens, party favors and add-ons like Papa John’s XL pizza, drinks and extra jump time. While partygoers bounce, laugh and play parents don’t have to worry about a thing. The staff will set up the party before it begins and clean it up once the candles are blown out and all the presents have been unwrapped.
A party at Rare Air makes physical activity fun and the owners pride themselves on offering a little something for everyone. “We are truly a local and family run business,” says Ryan. “Our focus is always on the families that come out and support us. We work hard to ensure that our staff is well trained and that our customer service is at a peak. It’s our goal to continue to be a presence for family fun in Redding for years to come.”
To reserve a birthday party at Rare Air Trampoline Park call (530) 221-1206 or visit their website at http://www.rareairpark.com