'Fly Trampoline' expected to open by end of the month

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - From jumping to dodgeball to challenging yourself on a ninja warrior course, the new 'Fly Trampoline' Park is expected to be open to the public by the end of the month.
The Park is located inside the Alaska Club off of the old Richardson Highway.
Construction on the facility began in early July this year.
Inside the building is a whole room complete with trampoline flooring, a dodgeball court, a two story ninja warrior course, party room for the kids, and a main court for jumping.
The rest of the main area includes foam pits for kids to jump in, or a climbing wall.
Vice president for the Fly Trampoline Park, Bonni Brooks, says the park was designed to help kids continue to stay active throughout the year.
Bonni Brooks; Vice President, Fly Trampoline Park>>: "Putting together the plan and design for Fly Trampoline Park, we really looked for state of the art as far as the trampoline equipment and the Ninja Warrior course, the laser maze, but we also looked for something that was fitness focused and interactive. Had a lot of energy and pizazz to it and it all comes together that adrenaline, the fitness focus, something active for kids and families to do together in the way that we got the trampoline park running where you've got something for everybody of all ages. From what is actually a fairly challenging Ninja Warrior course, two full stories to basic trampoline course that younger kids and parents and kids together can be working on."