Jump Park Chattanooga closing for good

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Dallas Jowers, 6, lays exhausted on a trampoline, while his cousin Addison Howard, 6, runs up another trampoline in the background, at the Jump Park.
Photo by C.B. Schmelter /Times Free Press.

Jump Park Chattanooga, an indoor trampoline park at 1810 Chestnut St. in the city’s booming Southside neighborhood, will have its last day of business on Sunday, about three and a half years after it opened.

Its owner, developer John Wise, plans to lease the space to a new tenant.

“We don’t want to spoil the surprise, but we anticipate the new tenant will be making an announcement soon about what they have in store!” Wise Properties said in a news release.

“The Jump Park has been a labor of love and a fun business project,” Wise Properties said. “We want to express our thanks to Chattanooga, and all of the support and loyalty everyone has shown through these past few years.”

Jump Park Chattanooga is attached to Wise’s Southside Social, a family-friendly, 10-lane bowling alley with three bars.

When it opened in early 2014, Jump Park Chattanooga touted its wall-to-wall trampolines, trampoline dodge ball court, a foam pit and an upstairs full of such games as ping-pong, shuffleboard and darts.

Close on its heels was Superfly Trampoline Park which opened at 7455 Commons Blvd. behind the Lowe’s and Home Depot home improvement stores near Hamilton Place mall. Superfly offers a grid of more than 60 connected trampolines totaling 10,000 square feet in a 34,000-square-foot facility that also includes trapeze, slack-lining and a “ninja obstacle course.”

Source: Times Free Press

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