This year sure has had its ups and downs. Now you can finally have a few ups and downs of your very own, but in a good way. Area trampoline parks are re-opening so that you can go burn off some energy and bounce around on some trampolines.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park, located at 3636 298th Street SE in Kentwood, reopened their doors last Friday afternoon, in compliance with local and national government guidelines.

They will be operating with reduced capacity to enable social distancing and enhanced cleaning measures, which include daily disinfectant spraying or fogging of the entire park using products that meet the EPA criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

For more information on their hours and prices, here is the Sky Zone Grand Rapids website. They also have information on their Facebook page.

Also opening last Friday was the Altitude Trampoline Park in Walker. They are located at 3495 Alpine Avenue NW in Walker.

They have new temporary hours and masks are required for all guests. They will also be limiting their capacity to ensure social distancing.

They have also implemented a revolutionary cleanliness certification program called C3 (Caring through Cleanliness and Certification). It includes a ull-park cleanliness program, Cleaning products that are consistent with CDC guidelines, Executed by trained and certified staff, Extensive cleaning protocols before, during and after hours Audited by EcoSure – their health and safety evaluation partner.

You can get more information on Altitude Trampoline Park's website, or on their Facebook page.



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