We visited Airborne Lindon, which is technically in Pleasant Grove, this week. They have dozens of trampolines, obstacles, and a unique feature called the Cliff. This is a great place to take the kids on a cold winter day when you can’t use the trampoline in your backyard.
After filling out a waiver and obtaining a wristband, you’ll find there is a lot to do at Airborne. Of course, our boys headed straight for the basketball hoops. They have three different levels: 8-foot, 10-foot, and 12-foot rims. Large trampolines give you a chance to practice your dunking, but it isn’t as easy as it seems.
Next we made sure to check out the obstacles. There is a small area for children and a larger area for adults. The skill level for adults was pretty high, but Dad and our 12 year-old managed to make it part way through. The little boys enjoyed maneuvering through the smaller obstacles, which was perfectly safe. Dad managed to make it through most of the small obstacles, too!
We spent plenty of time jumping in the main section, which is about a half acre of trampolines. Playing tag, doing flips, and jumping off the angled trampolines were highlights. They even have some Olympic trampolines, which are quite a bit different than the standard type. We loved how high you can jump.
There are a few other fun spots to explore like dodgeball, a climbing wall, and the Cube. The Cube is a small area where you try to bounce up and climb up the wall. This has a height requirement, but our two oldest were able to easily make the jump. We all had fun playing dodgeball together. There is a ton of stuff to do at Airborne.
Finally, Dad braved the Cliff. This is a 20 foot plunge into a giant air cushion. It’s a pretty serious drop, and you have to be a bit older (at least 60″) to make the jump, but Dad didn’t hesitate. Since you’re not allowed to flip or do a trick, you basically jump out as far as you can.
Airborne Lindon is another great trampoline spot. It is full of indoor fun for the whole family! For more info on hours, pricing, discounts or events, visit the Airborne Sports site.
Tips for Families
- Waivers: If you want to save a few minutes, you can fill out the waivers online before you go. But it doesn’t take too long once you are on site either.
- Bring a water bottle. Our boys are always super thirsty while they are jumping, so make sure to bring some water. There is a drinking fountain if you forget.