Altitude Bossier City - Indoor Trampoline Park Opening Early 2015

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Altitude Bossier City Trampoline Park will have 16,000sq/ft of indoor trampolines including new industry leading competitive Ninja course as well as Climbing Walls. Several party rooms, open and private, are available to create the perfect birthday or special occasion party. Design of this state of the art indoor trampoline park has been carefully planned to create a safe fun family environment.

Fort Worth TX based Altitude Trampoline Park announced today that negotiations have concluded and an agreement is in place for the 25,500sq. ft. facility at 2917 Douglas Dr. Bossier City, LA 71111. Company officials stated that renovations on the site will begin shortly and they expect to have the newest Altitude location operational by late January to mid-February 2015.

This state of the art indoor trampoline park is expected to add 50 or more part time, as well as several full time jobs to the Bossier City area.

Altitude Bossier City will have over 16,000 sq. ft. of inter-connected wall to wall trampolines. The indoor park will include a variety of specific activities such as Ninja Course, 3D Dodgeball, Basketball Dunking Lanes, Kid Zone, Foam Pit, Gymnastics "tumble tracks", Climbing Rock Wall as well has a huge main court with built in parkour obstacles.

"Our parks offer state of the art equipment, high energy entertainment at affordable prices for families, groups and more. Altitudes emphasis is on providing a clean, safe, family friendly environment that truly sets our parks apart." Curt Skallerup – President

More information is expected to be released in the coming weeks as the renovation completion date becomes clear. Information and updates will be posted on

About Altitude Trampoline Parks
Altitude Trampoline Parks offers a tremendous variety of entertainment options including Open Jumping, Fitness Classes, Corporate Team Building, Private Parties, Dodge Ball Leagues, and Worship Jumps.

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