Scotland’s first trampoline park jumps into action

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EUROPE’S LARGEST freestyle jumping arena officially opened in East Kilbride today.

Air Space, Scotland’s first indoor trampoline park, opened its doors at Playsport in East Kilbride, and is already proving popular.

Jumpsters enjoy a game of dodgeball. Picture: Contributed

Jumpsters enjoy a game of dodgeball. Picture: Contributed

The leisure park, which cost £2million to create, features more than 100 interconnected, wall-to-wall trampolines in an area that covers over 35,000 square feet.

Attractions include a large freestyle jumping arena, trampoline dodgeball courts, slam dunk hoops and football, as well as the air bag and wall ramp zones.

Pete Brown, Operations Manager at Air Space, said: “The indoor trampolining phenomenon is massive in the US in Australia and we’ve had an amazing response already showing that Scotland is definitely ready to embrace this fantastic leisure concept.

“We’re very excited to now be opening our doors and unleashing Air Space to Scotland. As Europe’s largest freestyle jumping area, jumpsters will be spoiled for choice at all the activities on offer.”

Air Space. Picture: Contributed

Air Space. Picture: Contributed

Each session costs £12, lasts one hour and allows access to all the areas and equipment. The minimum age requirement is currently 10 years old, though sessions for younger jumpsters are expected to be launched in early 2015, alongside party bookings and fitness and sno-fit classes. Visitors will be required to wear jump socks when they visit though Air Space jumps socks are available to buy at £1.50.

For further information about Air Space, visit: / #AirspaceUK

To book a slot at Air Space, visit or call 0845 0941 888.