New Altitude Trampoline Park, Kissimmee announces grand opening event
The new Altitude Trampoline Park serving the greater Kissimmee/Orlando area has announced a grand opening event taking place on Saturday, 16 January, 2021. The event will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony, live entertainment, prizes and giveaways, games, and more. Guests also will be among the first to see Kissimmee’s newest trampoline park.
Altitude Trampoline Park – Kissimmee features a zip line, ropes course, and state-of-the art augmented reality trampoline games. The flagship park will have the latest in trampoline attractions, including interactive trampoline gaming systems.
With a size of 35,000 square feet, Altitude Kissimmee offers active entertainment and socially-distanced activities for toddlers, kids, teens, and adults of all ages, including a dodgeball court, basketball hoops, and wipeout attraction (all positioned over trampolines). The park also features a high-flying zip line and ropes course for adventure-seekers of all ages. For thrill seekers, the facility has a ninja course and the state-of-the-art augmented reality trampoline games.
“We’ve spent a long time making sure we pack as much fun and challenge into our ninja course,” added Grady Hinchman, managing partner at Altitude Kissimmee. “Between that, the Valo Jump augmented reality games, and the reaction wall, there are tons of ways to stay active while letting your kids enjoy themselves safely.”
With its direct proximity to Disney and other Orlando attractions, Altitude Kissimmee is a perfect stop for both local families and visitors. The park emphasizes guest safety and has implemented an intense cleanliness certification program – the C3 Certification program – that is executed by highly trained staff members.
“We have extensive cleaning protocols before, during, and after hours, and we take everyone’s health and safety very seriously,” said Smith. “We want Altitude Kissimmee to be a place where parents can bring their kids to let out all their energy in a safe and clean environment.”