I was down in San Francisco for a quick trip last weekend and my friend Nadia suggested we check out House of Air as she goes there weekly for a workout. It’s located just under the Golden Gate Bridge in the Presido inside a converted airplane hanger.
It’s an indoor trampoline park but I can only describe it as an adult sized bouncy castle (kids are allowed too) as this place is HUGE!
The House of Air has a number of different rooms or zones that have different features. When you first arrive, you are greeted by a number of large trampolines with an assortment of cables and wires for pro athletes can practice tricks on their snowboards and skis as well as amazing flips and jumps.
Beyond this area is The Matrix and the Colosseum.
The Matrix is the main trampoline room where you can bounce on one of the many trampolines that comprise the floor and walls of the enormous room.
The Colosseum is where frequent dodgeball matches happen. Let me tell you that dodgeball on trampolines adds a whole new layer of challenge and fun.
Here’s a little walkaround video from one of the walkways (sorry about the poor audio):
Unfortunately, I just had my Nexus S cameraphone with me…check out the gallery of much better photos and video on the House of Air website.
If you’re ever in San Francisco and want to get REALLY sweaty and have a ton of fun, you should definitely check out the House of Air.