Tallahassee's Altitude Trampoline Park Set to Permanently Close

Tallahassee’s Altitude Trampoline Park Set to Permanently Close

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A trampoline park in Tallahassee is causing concern among some of its customers due to its upcoming closure.

“We’re feeling quite sad,” expressed Debra Gore, who brings her children to the park once a week. “For us, this park is essential because it caters to kids with disabilities who can’t cope with the overstimulation found in other parks with flashing lights.”

Altitude Trampoline Park located on North Monroe St will be permanently shutting down on Tuesday, as stated in a post on its Facebook page.

In the comments section, a number of customers seemed puzzled by the news, mentioning that park employees had indicated the closure was meant to be temporary.

Gore shared that she was told something similar by a park employee on Sunday. “I specifically asked them if this closure is permanent or temporary, and one of the staff members mentioned it’s temporary,” Gore recounted. “However, they weren’t sure about the duration as they were planning to carry out renovations.”

Even though there’s another trampoline park in the city, Gore’s family was disheartened upon learning about Altitude’s impending closure.

WCTV attempted to contact Altitude Trampoline Park to gain clarity on the reasons for the closure and whether it’s indeed permanent. So far, no response has been received.

Altitude Trampoline Park launched its Tallahassee branch in 2022, taking over the space previously occupied by Sky Zone Trampoline Park.

As per the information shared in the Facebook post, the park will make adjustments for annual memberships and halt monthly membership payments. The park’s final day of operation will be Tuesday, August 15th.

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