The History of Trampoline Parks

The dawn of the new Millennium saw the sport of Trampolining become an official Olympic sport in the year 2000. Since then the popularity of trampolining has seen a huge bounce.

The emergence of Trampoline Parks accelerated this growth and appetite for full action entertainment. No longer would the backyard trampoline quite cut it for this new generation. The pay-to-play (P2P) model of trampoline parks began to generate the profits that stoked the furnace of these specialized centers that provide fun, healthy, family friendly exercise and entertainment.

There are over 650 trampoline parks in the United  States.  The number of trampoline parks doubled each year over 2013 to 2015 period. The International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) has more detailed information on its 360+ members and has seen significant growth in its annual expo and education seminar show.

With all this phenomenal success that is being enjoyed both state and worldwide it is prudent to keep in mind the costs of a new park.  A new trampoline park, from start up, costs in the low seven figures range for an average sized 25,000-35,000 sq. ft

With plenty of life left in trampoline parks it becomes crucial to how you differentiate yourself from the other trampoline parks and competition for the public’s dollar?

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