Austin Gustafson, a junior at Veteran's Memorial High School, spends most of his hour at Get Air running up the ramp and using the trampoline for his tricks to the other side. Though many younger kids attempt similar tricks, thick padding throughout the Get Air gym provide a safer fall.

Get Air Corpus Christi, a large trampoline park near La Palmera mall, offers a variety of activities for any jumper, no matter the age. Activities such as Dodgeball, the Foam Pit, Slam Ball, the Fidget Ladder, Ninja Course, Kiddie Court and more wait for families who want to spend time with kids and unlock their inner child.

With an hour-long time limit and an endless number of possibilities, Get Air provides a safe, family-friendly place for students, parents and children to play and get a good workout as well.

A viewing area is available, high above the amenities, so those who don’t wish to jump can watch from above, free of charge. For anyone who doesn’t want to jump but wants to be closer to the jumpers on the floor, walkways and soft benches are scattered around the park for visitors, and a gray band will signify your inability to jump for the on-floor referees.

Austin Gustafson, a junior at Veteran's Memorial High School, spends most of his hour at Get Air running up the ramp and using the trampoline for his tricks to the other side. Though many younger kids attempt similar tricks, thick padding throughout the Get Air gym provide a safer fall.

Austin Gustafson, a junior at Veteran’s Memorial High School, spends most of his hour at Get Air running up the ramp and using the trampoline for his tricks to the other side. Though many younger kids attempt similar tricks, thick padding throughout the Get Air gym provide a safer fall.

Items such as phones and wallets are required to be left outside the park in available lockers or cubby holes. Any incoming visitor is required to sign a waiver before paying for entry, and after receiving your special pair of Get Air socks, start jumping.

For more information about Get Air, located at 4701 S. Staples St., call 249-9227 or visit www.getaircorpuschristi.com.

Cayce Berryman

Cayce Berryman is the Managing editor for the Del Mar College Foghorn. She has been with the Foghorn since the Fall of 2015 as one of the staff’s best writers and photographers. After Del Mar College, Cayce plans to continue her job as a freelance editor on the side. She hopes to continue down that road and earn her Creative Writing and English BA at Southern New Hampshire University. You can reach Cayce at cberryman@foghornnews.com or follow her on Twitter @CayceBerryman.

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