Don’t Throw Away Your Eclipse Glasses; Take them to Play at Nampa Trampoline Park
You worked so hard to find those eclipse glasses and it would be a shame to throw them away after two and a half hours of eclipse fun! Hang on to them and take them to Nampa's newest trampoline park!
CircusTrix Extreme Air Sports opened in the old Sports Authority on Happy Valley Road in Nampa in April and has been one of the most popular summer break destinations for kids in Canyon County. Haven't had a chance to check it out? If you have a pair of "eclipse glasses" there's no better time to check it out than this week!
If you bring your eclipse viewers to CircusTrix today (Monday, August 21st) or tomorrow (Tuesday, August 22nd) they'll give you $5 off your flight! Normally flight tickets run between $11-17 dollars for kids 6 and under and $22-30 for adults, depending on the length of the fight. Flights are offered in 1 or 1.5 hour increments.
At first, CircusTrix appears to be similar to Jump Time, but it brings even more attractions to the table. In addition to trampoline dodgeball and foam pits, it also features an aerial ninja obstacle course, zip line, rock climbing, trapeze, trampoline wall and more! In addition to children’s parties, the park also does adult club nights, American Ninja Warrior training programs and fitness classes.
If the name CircusTrix sounds familiar, it’s because American Ninja Warrior featured it last year. Kevin Bull, one of the show’s stars, currently does video promotion and more for the chain of trampoline parks.
The park in this video is one of CircusTrix Idaho’s sister parks, but it gives you a good idea of what the new trampoline park is all about!