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Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park Opens in Noblesville
Photography provided by Amy Payne & Urban Air
As an entrepreneur with more than seven years of experience in the entertainment industry, Bryan Sigmon immediately saw potential in offering a fresh, all-ages recreational concept to Hamilton County upon relocating here from Texas with his wife and two children two years ago.
This fall, Sigmon will open Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park on Mundy Drive in Noblesville, and he says the facility, of which there are more than 160 nationwide, has something for the whole family.
“My previous business worked with a wide range of entertainment venues and I was able to gain a lot of knowledge about the industry from the outside looking in,” Sigmon says. “We ultimately targeted Urban Air as the premium concept to partner with because of its focus on safety, fun, variety and adaptability and joined forces midway through last year.”
The 34,000-square-foot park will feature climbing walls, a warrior course, dodgeball, bumper cars, a ropes course, and. of course, plenty of floor-and-wall trampoline action. A full-service cafe will offer food and sodas and as well as beer and wine for adults.
“We are a full-scale adventure park designed to be safe, fun, clean and family-centric,” Sigmon says. “Weaved into our attractions is an elaborately designed audio-visual component adaptable to the time, day or event to create a unique and energetic atmosphere.”
Sigmon says the location on Mundy Drive, formerly a Marsh supermarket, was a no-brainer when it came time to choose a physical spot for the business, and he opted to incorporate the existing variety of ceiling heights and unconventionally-shaped areas within the building into the Urban Air buildout.
“Highway 37 and 146th Street serves as a major crossroad connecting the greater Noblesville, Fishers and Carmel areas,” he says. “The region is community-focused, family-oriented and extremely active. Combine that with the fact that we experience relatively harsh winters and hot summers along with the need for a premium entertainment offering in the area designed to engage the entire family year-round, and it was a perfect match.”
Kids’ birthday parties are a major component of the Urban Air concept, and the Noblesville facility will include six dedicated private party rooms along with several party tables throughout the park. Private functions of all types, such as sports team celebrations, girl or boy scout troop gatherings, church group lock-ins and corporate team-building events are also welcome.
“We live and breathe birthday parties and private events,” Sigmon says. “While our core age group is between six and 14 years old, adults will find our facility equally entertaining. We can accommodate groups of all ages and sizes. Urban Air locations are recognized across the nation as a premier birthday party destination, and in combining the support of our café with our amazing attraction mix we aim to be the go-to birthday party spot in Hamilton County.”
Sigmon is in the process of hiring between 85 and 100 staff members and plans to have the park open to the public by early September. Locals will be treated to a grand opening with special entertainment and free giveaways. The first 200 people in line at the opening to purchase a pass for the day will receive free access to the facility for a year.
“In the days leading up to our grand opening, we plan to have soft openings that will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony with local city and chamber officials, first responders, active and former military, friends and family and others,” Sigmon says.
Sigmon is excited to offer the county a year-round place for kids of all ages to be physically active in a safe environment.
“As a father of two young children, I know how easy it is to hand over the iPad sometimes just so my wife and I can catch our breath,” he says. “Our hope is to offer a premium alternative. Our adventure park is designed to be an outlet for kids to have fun, challenge themselves and expend some energy, all centered around our core competency of safety first.”
Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park is located at 14450 Mundy Drive in Noblesville. For grand opening updates and more, visit urbanairnoblesville.com.