Urban Air Adventure & Trampoline Park Opens in Commerce Township

Find your next family adventure at this adrenaline-filled indoor play place.

Urban Air Adventure & Trampoline Park, the adrenaline-filled indoor play place for kids, has opened a new location in Commerce Township

Jump, twist and leap down the tumble track Runway, or bounce off the walls with APEX Trampolines. Adrenaline seekers can defy gravity with the Sky Rider zipline experience and the Urban Air ropes course. 

Competitive kiddos will love taking dodgeball and basketball to new heights by challenging their friends in a trampoline arena. Plus, the Battle Beam is the perfect way to test your balance while engaging in a bit of friendly competition. Other exciting activities include a climbing wall, bumper cars, laser tag and even virtual reality games. 

Photo credit: Urban Air Adventure Park

Little ones can get in on the fun, too, with the Tubes Playground. Ideal for explorers and racers under 52 inches, the obstacle course comprising tunnels, climbing platforms, soft ladders, observation bubbles and slides can be a playground for littles or a race course for bigger kids. 

Jumping and playing all day can be an extreme sport, which means it can work up an extreme appetite. A cafe is available for when you need to hydrate and refuel. The menu includes kid-approved options like pizza and ICEEs. 

Ready for your next family adventure? Here’s what you need to know about the new location in Commerce Township. 

Quick details about Urban Air Adventure & Trampoline Park

Photo credit: Urban Air Adventure Park

  • Hours: Monday-Thursday 4- 8 p.m.; Friday 4-9 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-7 p.m. 
  • Cost: $22.99-34.99/child, depending on ticket package; $11.99/children 5 and under; $6/adult

Tips for playing at Urban Air

  • No shoes are allowed on the trampolines. Instead, wear a pair of grippy socks to avoid slips and falls. 
  • Always jump and land on two feet to avoid injuries.
  • Jumping is more fun with friends! However, getting too close on the trampolines and obstacles can be dangerous. Always make sure you only have one person on a trampoline at a time. When approaching obstacles like ball pits and slides, always wait for the person ahead of you to exit before you take your turn. 
  • Pregnant moms should plan on watching the fun from the sidelines to avoid any injuries. 

Other things to do with kids in Commerce Township

  • Keep your adrenaline pumping and head to TreeRunner Adventure Park & Mini Golf. Find activities for kids of all ages, from zip lining and ropes courses to mini golf and gem mining. 
  • Wind down with a new book or a storytime event at the Commerce Township Community Library. The librarians are always happy to help your child find a new book; they’ll even curate a special book bundle just for you when you fill out this form.
  • Depending on the time of year, head to Glenlore Trails for seasonal experiences. In the fall, the trail transforms into a Haunted Forest. In the wintertime, explore Aurora, a wintery illuminated forest.

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Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts
Nikki Roberts is the assistant editor on the Metro Parent team. She is always on the lookout for the coolest and trendiest new attractions, restaurants and events for metro Detroit families. Her newsletters, online family guides and exciting digital content keep families informed on all the latest happenings around town.


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