FreeFall Trampoline Park, Opening Date Announced


Opening its doors on Monday, November 23rd is a brand new 33,000 square foot trampoline park, in the heart of Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This facility will be unlike any other in the area with an assortment of different styles of trampolines, launch decks, airbags to jump into, and a foam pit for the little ones. FreeFall will also have several other activities to set it apart from the rest such as a mechanical bull, balance beams, meltdown, dunk hoops and two dodgeball courts. The park will offer birthday and private parties as well as host corporate events.

In order to reach a wide range of customers, the park will be open 7 days a week, with special times dedicated to certain groups of jumpers. Kid FreeFall will accommodate our smallest jumpers, and kick off first thing, every day. Open Jump will suit all jumpers, big and small and take up the majority of each day. With additional specialty times like Friends and Family Night, Club FreeFall and Special Needs Night, the schedule holds a little something for everyone.

The FreeFall staff has already begun taking reservations for birthday parties and group events well into the next season. Soon to be added to that list are local organization fundraisers held at the park, FreeFall will donate a percentage of admission costs to a scheduled organization. An example of just one of the ways FreeFall plans to be a big player in the community with local support.

The park’s Grand Opening event is planned for December 3rd, where city officials and community members will be invited to join in cutting the ribbon and celebrate FreeFall’s launch in Lehigh Valley. The day will feature special deals, contests and more!

FreeFall Trampoline Park is located in the Lehigh Valley Industrial Park.

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Information Provided By:
Nicole Cochetti
Marketing Coordinator and Group Sales
Flight Trampoline Park Albany