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Altitude Trampoline Park bounces into Louisville

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville is set to open its largest trampoline park, and the fun is coming soon to Dixie Highway.

Two years ago, Chuck Hall took his daughter to a birthday party at a trampoline park.

"I kind of just walked around and kind of saw how things worked. I went home and sat on it for a couple days and did a little bit of research. Then I went back to my wife Leslie and kind of said, 'well I think I found a way to do something for us and get us back to where we wanted to be,' which was in Kentucky," said Hall, Louisville's Altitude Trampoline Park franchise owner.

The Kansas natives lived in Louisville's south end for nine years until they moved away in 2009.

But last year, they moved back after researching different companies and deciding to open Texas-based Altitude Trampoline Park in Louisville.

"We love how they did the family fun, safe, clean environment with an open feel, and we wanted to be a part of that so Leslie and I and Avery, our daughter, decided to jump and we did.

That jump landed Hall on Dixie Highway.

"We had to go east for fun, or we had to go east to see our friends ... we had to go east to do anything.  All the kids, all the families here have to do the same thing," Hall said.

"So, when we had this concept, we wanted to bring something back to this side of town, to the south side."

The business is located in the Shively Center next to KORT physical therapy and a Norton Healthcare immediate care center.

At 41,000 square feet, it'll be the city's largest trampoline park.

"Of the 41,000 square feet, 24,000 of it will just be nothing but trampolines, and the rest will be birthday party rooms, open space, lounge areas, concession stands for everyone else to sit around and enjoy the time," Hall said.

The park will include a foam pit, basketball dunking lanes, an open jump area, 3D dodgeball courts, spike basketball and gymnastic tumble tracks.

Hall says the $1.2 million project will be a rewarding investment.

"It just isn't about us," Hall said. "This is going to be about the kids, the community and growing it. It's going to be special, it's going to be really special for the kids around here."

Altitude Trampoline Park plans to open in November.

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