FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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For the trampolines:
No, if you can walk you are welcome! Check our schedule for special groups times, such as toddler time, teen nights and family nights).
For the climbing elements:
Participants must be at least 22 lbs and fit into the harness.

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We ask that you don’t bring in outside food. We have plenty of snacks and beverages available for purchase.

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We recommend wearing comfortable clothes with no sharp objects such as belts or clothing studs. For your safety and for the safety of others, No HATS are ALLOWED and all participants must wear Rush Air Sports trampoline socks. If you wanting to experience our Extreme Ninja Course then you must wear closed toe shoes (tennis or sneaker type).

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A signed waiver is valid for one year. If you question whether or not your waiver is still good please don’t hesitate to call or just sign a new one.

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We STRONGLY encourage everyone to make a reservation by purchasing your tickets online. Walk-ins are welcome, but it is subject to availability.

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Rush Air Sports has a trained staff, extensive safety rules and the equipment is designed for safety. Trampoline jumping is comparable in risk to other extreme sports like skateboarding, snow skiing, ice hockey and football. It is important that if you decide to participate in our exciting elements, you do so only within your ability and do not attempt advanced maneuvers you have not mastered elsewhere.

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No refunds or rescheduling for pre-purchased tickets. All ticket sales, including group ticket sales, are final.

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Wi-Fi is available in our lobby and café seating areas.

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Our regular trampolines have a 275 lb weight limit and our foam pit has a 250 lbs limit. All climbing elements have a 250 lb limit.

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No. For your safety and the safety of others, you are not permitted to jump with any hard cast, regardless of the cast’s location

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We realize not all questions will be answered here. If you have a question, we’d love to try and answer it.
Contact us and we’ll do our best to answer your questions.