Jumpmasters Trampoline Park plans grand opening in Manteo

By on June 22, 2018

Jumpmasters Trampoline Park is opening its doors to the public, Saturday, June 23, promising a fun and safe destination for all to enjoy.

The grand opening will begin at 10 a.m. and the park will stay open all day. Lone Cedar Food Truck is also set to sell food in the parking lot throughout the day.

Jumpmasters features obstacle course lanes, a climbing wall, foam pit with foam jousting sticks, trampoline dodgeball area, multiple trampolines for “open jump” and more. All areas are surrounded by padded floor and deck space to ensure safety.

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“We are looking forward to having another family-fun attraction and making a day out of hanging out in Manteo. Plus, we are always looking for a great new birthday party location”, local Outer Banks Mom and blogger Audra Kreig says.

The building, once the site for a lumber company, was transformed by Overton Corp. of Kill Devil Hills.

Jumpmasters’ name is inspired by owner and operator Brent Johnson, a retired Army officer and certified Army jumpmaster. The Army theme heavily inspires the decor. Johnson has three children with his wife, Lauren Daniels Johnson.

“We are excited to bring such a great attraction for the Outer Banks community and its visitors to enjoy,” Johnson said. Jumpmasters will offer discounts to active military, first responders and their families in honor of their service.

Aside from its many recreational selections, the facility will also offer multiple features, including a snack bar, fitness classes, toddler-only play time, specified space for birthday parties and an adult dodgeball league in the late fall and winter.

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For more information on the company, please visit www.jumpmastersobx.com.

See what people are saying:

  • dave

    This is from the American Academy of Pediatrics 2016… “While most trampoline injuries occur at home – with an average of 91,750 emergency room visits per year from 2010 to 2014 – those numbers did not vary over the study period as opposed to the rise in park-related injuries. In 2011, about 35 to 40 trampoline parks existed in the United States, as compared with 280 in 2014, according to the International Association of Trampoline Parks. The association estimates that five or six new parks open every month.”
    Have Fun!!

    Tuesday, Jun 26 @ 10:32 am
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