Get Air Tucson is a brand new indoor trampoline park in Downtown Tucson. Located next door to Rocks and Ropes in an industrial warehouse, the facility looks a bit intimidating from the outside. Enter through barred doors to neon colors and 20,000 square feet of trampolines.
Visitors of all ages pay by the hour to jump, flip, dance, and run on trampolines. In addition to general use jump space, there is a designated area for dodgeball, one basketball hoop, and four foam pits. There is also a designated space for jumpers under 46 inches.
Where is Get Air Tucson located?
Get Air opened in Downtown Tucson in August 2013.
The address is: 330 S. Toole Avenue, Suite 300, Tucson.
What are the hours?
Sunday-Thursday, 10:00am-10:00pm. Friday-Saturday, 10:00am-midnight.
Why would I visit Get Air Tucson?
- To bounce on 20,000 square feet of trampolines
- To play a game of dodgeball or shoot some hoops
- To jump into the soft foam pits
- To attend a birthday party
How much does it cost?
- Per jumper: $11/hr
- Additional time: $6/hr
- Small Air (under 46 inches): $6/hr
Can I purchase a membership instead?
No. Enjoy the facility by the hour only.
How much time should I allot for my visit?
One hour should be an ample amount of time, but…you can always add time if you’re having a jumptastic time.
What should I wear?
Work-out clothing is your best bet. Athletic shorts, breathable shirts, yoga pants, t-shirts, elastic waists, etc.
Do I need to wear socks and/or shoes?
Shoe cubbies are available at the entrance. If you prefer, you can purchase a locker for shoes or valuables.
Jumping barefoot is your best bet because the trampoline floors tend to be slippery with socks.
What should I bring with me?
Water bottles and snacks.
Are restrooms available?
Bathrooms (with changing tables for little ones) are available at the rear of the facility.
What are the most and least crowded days of the week to visit Get Air Tucson?
Is outside food allowed? Are picnic tables available?
Yes. Picnic tables are available for use at the rear of the facility.
What dining venues are available on-site?
None. Two vending machines are available with snacks/soda.
What restaurants are located NEAR Get Air Tucson?
There are a plethora of outstanding dining options in the area! Our top picks within walking distance are:
- Cup Cafe, 311 E. Congress St. (0.4 miles away) – indoor & outdoor seating, breakfast, lunch, dinner
- Hub Restaurant & Ice Creamery, 266 E. Congress St. (0.5 miles away) – burgers, salads, sandwiches, pasta, beer, wine, cocktails, outdoor seating, delicious homemade ice cream in unique flavors
- Caruso’s Italian Restaurant, 434 N. 4th Ave. (0.7 miles away) – pasta, pizza
- La Cocina, 201 N. Court Ave. (0.9 miles away) – tacos, salads, sandwiches, outdoor seating
BABIES & KIDS
What ages would be best suited for Get Air?
All ages are welcome. We visited with our 1-year-old, 4-year-old, and 7-year-old. All three enjoyed bouncing on the trampolines. There is a small designated area called “Lil’ Air” for smaller jumpers (best for ages 5 and under).
Should I bring a stroller?
Is there a designated area for nursing moms?
No. That said, there are a few couches near the trampolines. Not exactly private, but…
Are changing tables available?
Yes – in the restrooms.
Are highchairs available in the dining area?
Can I have my birthday party at Get Air?
Is Get Air Tucson on Facebook and Twitter?
What else do I need to know before I visit Get Air Tucson?
That just about covers it. Have a great time! Feel free to leave any additional questions in the comments and we’ll respond ASAP.