With three active boys in our family, we love adventures where we can play together and burn some energy. Airborne has a few different locations in Utah, and we have been to the Lindon spot many times. We recently checked out Airborne Draper because they added some brand new features.
Airborne Draper is a trampoline park, but there is a lot more to do than just trampolines. It is an awesome indoor adventure where you can easily play all day. Our boys ran and jumped and slid for two hours. They were sweaty, but they also had huge smiles on their faces. This is a fun place to play!
Airborne Draper has a huge area with trampolines. There are dozens of trampolines where kids can jump and flip and run. Our kids like hopping as fast as they can from one side to the other. There are also some specialty trampoline areas where you can jump high and try to land on the wall. Or even areas where you can jump into a huge pillowy area. This is where my kids try to do flips.
Lil’ Air Arena
Don’t worry if you have little kids. They have a separate area for little kids to jump. The Lil’ Air Arena is for anyone under 48 inches. I appreciated this area a lot when I had young jumpers. The big kids don’t realize how much their bouncing affects these little kids. There are still plenty of trampolines to keep the little kids busy.
Space Station Playground
Airborne Draper just added a new playground to their indoor activities. It is the largest indoor playground in Utah, and it is for kids ages 10 and younger. There are tons of places to climb, slide, and explore. I also liked that there is one way in and out. So you can sit and keep an eye on your kids pretty easily in this section. The space theme is super fun!
For the slightly bigger kids, Airborne Draper added some extreme slides. Grab a mat, climb the stairs, and pick one of three slides to go down. One is a pretty standard slide, another you slide down and go back and forth, and the third slide has a little jump at the end. Our boys thought the slides were super fun. We spent a lot of time going down the slides over and over again. The slides are for kids ages 5 and older.
Air Ninja Obstacle Course
The other fun area in Airborne Draper is the ninja obstacle course. This area is tucked in the back corner beyond the trampolines. The obstacles put your upper body strength to the test, much like Ninja Warrior where you swing on a rope to get to different obstacles. Other times you climb like a rock climber or run up a wall. If you do fall, there is a nice air bag to land on. Our teens like facing these challenges.
Airborne Draper has something for everyone. Kids of all ages can enjoy the activities, even on a rainy day. We definitely enjoyed our visit and can’t wait to go back. Check out their website for hours and pricing. This is a super fun place for a birthday party. If you live in Utah County, you can check out Airborne Lindon (and here’s a secret–they are getting a space station playground, too).