Gravity Force have converted the vacant 37,000 sq ft site in Alban Park, comprising a detached warehouse/production and office building, making it the biggest trampoline park they’ve opened to date.
The industrial unit has been converted into jumping areas for people of all ages, with connected trampolines. There is also a foam pit to practice stunts and tricks, tumble tracks, along with an area for dodgeball and basketball, and a café.
In terms of the classes on offer, “Gravity Jump” is the core session at Gravity Force and gives you access to all the park’s facilities. “Gravity Tots” kids’ class is suitable for toddlers from walking age up to five-years-old, along with any parents or guardians. “Gravity Fit” provides a high intensity, low impact structured fitness class that burns fat whilst building, toning and defining muscle. Children can also host their birthday parties at the trampoline park.
Richard Simpson, Managing Director at Gravity Force, commented: “We’re very much looking forward to opening Gravity Force St Albans, having identified a clear demand for a trampoline park in the area. With our opening date falling in the middle of the school summer holidays, we hope to encourage kids and parents alike to get active during the summer break.” He added: “There is already huge excitement around the opening of the park, as we have already started to take a number of pre-bookings ahead of the opening.”