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Get Air Trampoline Park Coming To Nittany Mall

Pretty soon, State College will have two indoor trampoline parks for students and residents to enjoy. Just months after Sky Zone began advertising for its new location in State College, Get Air Trampoline Park announced its plan to add a new park in the Nittany Mall. The park may open as early as this winter.

With two Pennsylvania locations already open in King of Prussia and Harrisburg, the company plans to add three more parks in State College, Erie, and Zelienople. Get Air offers trampolines, foam pits, a slam ball court, and a slackline for regular use, as well as birthday parties, corporate parties, and fitness classes. The State College location will also feature a new “ninja course” based on the course seen on NBC’s “American Ninja Warrior.”

Neither Get Air nor the Nittany Mall have announced an official opening date, but the State College location website is already up and running.

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Gabriela Stevenson

Gabriela is a senior majoring in print and digital journalism and Onward State's student life editor. She is from Norristown, PA, which she normally refers to as "30 minutes outside of Philadelphia" (she looked up the exact driving time). She enjoys Broadway musicals, neck pillows, and eating cereal at night. To contact Gabriela, e-mail her at [email protected], or follow her on Twitter @GabiStevenson if you want to feel young again.


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