Minot’s first trampoline park exceeds expectations

The wait is finally over as residents throughout Minot jumped for joy as HighAir Ground Trampoline Park opened its doors Friday evening.

Nathan Heinert, the president of HighAir Ground Trampoline Park, was overjoyed by the public response.

“We’re pretty pumped,” Heinert said. “It’s really exciting to provide something that Minot’s never had before.”

Electrifying light displays, neon coated walls, fun filled foam pits along with thrilling trampolines have patrons jumping with joy.

Throughout the park, visitors can catch some air as they bounce their way across the freestyle trampoline courts or climb upward on rope ladders.

For children under 48 inches tall, HighAir Ground provides delightful trampoline courts that will amuse children while safely introducing them to the world of trampolines.

After repeatedly launching into the air, visitors are welcomed to chase a wave on the floating surfboard, play a round of exhilarating  dodge ball, shoot hoops on the basketball courts and score goals on the latest air hockey tables.

With so much excitement taking place, HighAir Ground Trampoline Park has a concession area to cool off and enjoy appetizing favorites.

“We have fresh Papa John’s Pizza all day,” Heinert said. “There will also be hot dogs, nachos, slushies, candy and cold beverages.”

As the holiday season continues to advance, HighAir Ground Trampoline Park encourages patrons to book parties at the new establishment.

“We do birthday parties and corporate events,” Heinert said. “We can host Christmas parties and several other events too.”

Now that the doors are officially open, Heinert hopes to see Oak Park flourish with fresh employment opportunities and fun filled moments for the Minot community.

“People have so many good memories about Oak Park,” Heinert said. “It’s a staple of the community and we’re hoping that the success of the trampoline park will spur more development and make Oak Park great again.”


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