Cheyenne Is Getting An Indoor Trampoline Park In Late Fall
After a few setbacks, the plan is to open Frontier Trampoline Park is set to bring jumping and bouncing fun to Cheyenne in late fall. This is according to their website.
According to KGWN, Kat and James Yates partnered up with Wyatt Bodray and Ashley Hodge two years ago to make this indoor trampoline park a thing in Cheyenne. The entire park is being self-funded by the owners and cost about $2 million.
Once the indoor trampoline park is open it will be more than 25,000 square feet with many features like a dodgeball court, racing zip-line, battle beam, parkour course, Olympic trampolines, foam pits, and a wipe-open activity area. For birthdays there they have five separate party rooms.
The planned admission is $12 an hour for kids ages five and up or $18 for two hours. If your child is four or younger it will cost $10 an hour or $16 for two hours. Party and group prices vary depending on how many people are apart of your group or party. Visit the website for details, also this is how you can keep up to date of when the park will open.
Frontier Trampoline Park will be located in the Cheyenne Plaza Shopping Center, 3501 E. Lincolnway.