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Thin Air - A Sports Trampoline Park in Central San Antonio

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Thin Air Trampoline Park in Central San Antonio
So, we had a little situation that was a big learning experience for us. One child in particular could really use some cheering up and we needed to just put the incident past us. And... also as a reward for good grades, we found some fun at a place that we have never been to before. Thin Air!

I had heard about Thin Air on social media, but never looked it up. I was so pleasantly surprised to see that it was more Central than I thought. Right off of Fredericksburg and 410. Right next door to Graham Central Station (for all you Tejanos out there) to be exact! :)

There are angled wall slides.
 Slack lines with a pool of foam blocks to land in.
Because I can guarantee there will be falls. On purpose even.
Some basketball trampoline. BTW, he totally made that shot!
I even jumped a bit. I tried balancing on the slack line and thankfully there was no video of me climbing out of these foam blocks. Let me tell you, climbing out of that pit is not a very easy task.
And then there was this...the action shots are a bit blurry, but there were some major top rope wrestling moves being made. P.S. You can jump barefoot, or with Thin Air grip socks.
All in all, it was a great hour and just what we needed to kick off the weekend!

So have you been? What are your thoughts about these trampoline parks?

Tickets are $13 for one hour of jump or $20 for 2 hours. Kids 6 and under are $10 and have a special jumping time. Thin Air even hosts Family Nights where everyone in your family can jump for $35/hour. Check out their pricing and hours page for more details. 




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2 comments

  1. Thank you for the article. Those of us at ThinAir are always happy to find articles like this about our extreme air sports park!

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  2. This was my first experience at an extreme air sports trampoline park. I have been to Thin Air several times and what I love about the park is the variety of areas to jump plus it's brand new obstacle course that opened this year. The most recent visit was back in July and it was pretty crowded when I came at night. When you enter the park you need to sign a waiver before paying how many hours you are going to be there..

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