Urban Air

Urban Air will open in Goodyear on Saturday, April 6. (Photo courtesy Vanderwall PR)

At Urban Air, fun is an absolute priority, and with all of its gravity-defying attractions, the trampoline and adventure park delivers just that. 

From wall-to-wall trampoline arenas and dodgeball courts to indoor wall climbing, slam dunk tracks and even an Urban Air Sky Rider indoor coaster, there will be virtually a fun-filled activity for everyone when it opens in Goodyear at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 6.

Urban Air owner Dale Fedewa believes the more active the experience, the more memorable it is. He said playing while being active is a different kind of fun – one that’s interactive.

“You’re doing more than just using your thumbs, playing video games. When you’re physically active, it’s not so individual. You interact with other kids. You interact with adults more and your family more because you’re all doing it together,” Fedewa said.

Urban Air hopes to bring these kinds of interactive experiences to the West Valley, as it prepares for its Goodyear facility’s opening day. It is located at 15305 W. McDowell Road.

The grand opening will feature exclusive meet and greets with four American Ninja Warrior Junior contestants who train locally, as well as some of the American Ninja Warriors who coach them.

“They are going to be showing off all their skills all day on Saturday from noon to 3 p.m., doing meet and greets with kids, doing interactive stuff on the Warrior Course just to show other kids what they can do with the course, and they’re probably going to do some timed races,” said Morgan Vanderwall, Urban Air’s public relations representative. “It’ll be interactive for both kids and adults.”

Grand opening attendees will also be able to join in on the Ultimate Fan Contest. The first 200 people in line to purchase an Ultimate Pass, which gives guests access to all of the facility’s attractions, will win a free basic access pass for a year.

But Vanderwall said Urban Air doesn’t just provide its trampoline attraction for kids, but a gamut of options.

“They not only have unique birthday parties, but they also have the Warrior Course (and) they have dodgeball. They allow kids to kind of really get out of their element (and) do fun things,” she said.

Fedewa said it also gets people moving and thinking, not just doing things they normally wouldn’t.

“Whether you’re doing aerial stuff, or you’re doing just the basic trampoline or climbing walls, it’s a physical-thinking activity. All the activities are geared towards kids getting a physical workout. It’s a mental workout, too, because if you’re climbing walls you have to think of how to climb and actually do it,” he said.

Fedewa said he wants to see everyone out on opening day.

“We’re excited to be part of the community in Goodyear and we’re excited to be open and provide this sort of environment,” he said.

For more information, visit urbanairtrampolinepark.com/locations/arizona/goodyear.