We received 3 ultimate passes for the kids to enjoy Urban Air Adventure Park to facilitate this review. However, all opinions shared here are 100% our own.
For birthdays in our family we don’t do big parties. Instead, the kids pick one friend and we do thing they really want to do. My son heard of a place called Urban Air Adventure Park from some of his friends and absolutely had to visit! I reached out to them and they were happy to host us for the day. Let me share some of what you can expect from a visit.
Urban Air Adventure Park
How much does Urban Air Adventure Park cost?
A lot will depend on the experience you choose to have.
$13.99 gets you trampolines only.
$18.99 gets you everything except the sky rider and the ropes course.
$24.99 gets you all of the experiences there are at the adventure park.
$6.99 gets you a parent pass. You can do all of the attractions you set up for your child to do.
$2.50 gets you the mandatory socks you will need for playing.
Time can be limited based on crowds and location discretion. We went on a weeknight and there was hardly a crowd. We were able to experience everything many times!
When you look at the fact that we played for 4 hours the $24.99 price tag comes out to about $6.25 an hour with the ultimate pass. Talk about an amazing value to get kids active and in A.C.
What happens when we first get there?
You can buy your tickets at the kiosks like the ones pictured above if you don’t buy them online in advance. You will also need to stop at these kiosks in order to fill out your safety waiver. You will set a parent waiver account and then fill out the waivers for the kids. These will be stored for future visits and can be found with the phone number.
What are the height requirements at Urban Air Adventure Park
52 inches or less can play on the tubes playground.
48 inches or higher can ride the sky rider and ropes course.
41 inches or higher can do warrior course and climbing walls.
Check out the obstacle course.
My son has dreamed of being on American Ninja Warrior ever since he watched his first episode. It was so awesome for him to have the opportunity to try some of the obstacles he saw on the show. He also loved that there was a ball pit under it instead of a foam pit. (I’m pretty sure he would have laid in that ball pit all day if someone wouldn’t have stopped him.)
Have fun climbing!
Urban Air Adventure Park has a variety of climbing walls and fun options for kids to climb. They are harnessed in safely and given the freedom to climb as high as their bravery and their arms will take them. I know that mine went over and climbed multiple times.
Take on the ropes course!
The ropes course is not extremely high off the ground but the kids were able to have a blast. It was just high enough that I could reach up and touch the bottom beams. Children are harnessed up and have a rope they pull behind them as they.
If I could offer one criticism it would be that you can only go on one set path. This means that if a child is scared they have to flag someone down and have them walk out on the course. This can be embarrassing for a child who is already fearful. I understand this is for the flow of traffic on the course. However, I wish there was a bit more freedom in the direction kids can go.
Enjoy the Sky Rider.
The sky rider is an indoor air coaster similar to a zip line. The kids are harnessed in and have the freedom to back out if they get scared. That said, if they don’t get scared they are in for a fantastic ride! In fact, my son rode it 8 times! Every time I turned around he was ready to go back up and ride it again. If he didn’t have friends with him, he would have ridden it on repeat.
Have a bounce on the Trampolines!
There are multiple different trampolines. Whether you want to do a slam dunk competition, do flips into a giant air bag, or just have fun trying trick jumps. All of the kids had a blast working on flips and seeing what kinds of stuff they could do.
Battle it out with a friend.
Pick up a pole, head to the balance beam, and have some fun seeing who can stay standing longer. They had a lot of fun with this but honestly spent more time trying hard to climb out of the foam pit.
You should go!
If you are looking for a way to have fun with the family, go! You will love it there.
Urban Air Adventure Park has a homeschool offering in some areas.
The Lakeland, Florida location has 2 days a week when homeschoolers can come play for less in a less crowded area. This would make an awesome way to get kids active and challenge them. Talk about a fun way to do P.E.