Fall debut set for Sawmill Adventure Park in Wisconsin

Jump for joy! Sawmill Adventure Park trampoline park plans on track for fall opening

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Sawmill Mini Golf in Rothschild will soon become Sawmill Adventure Park with the addition of a new indoor recreation center.
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ROTHSCHILD – Plans for the first trampoline park in central Wisconsin are now on track for a fall opening, following a cold winter and a few redesigns.

The Sawmill Mini Golf course, which is behind the Cedar Creek Mall at 608 Creske Ave., will be the home of the trampoline park. Together, the two will be the Sawmill Adventure Park, though the trampoline portion will be completely indoors, for fun during all the Wisconsin seasons.

The park is the brainchild of Dylan Alwin, who co-owns the park with his brother, David Guld. The two opened the mini-golf course in 2016 after moving their sign business, Finishing Touch, into the building at the front of the property.

The adventure park was originally slated to open this spring, but Alwin said there were some factors that sent them back to the drawing board. Originally, the facility was going to be attached to the current Finishing Touch building, but now, it’s going to be its own building.

“It’s going to have a rustic but modern feel,” Alwin said.

Construction is set to start once the weather is agreeable for pouring cement, Alwin said, and won’t impact the mini-golf course, which is slated to open sometime in May.

Alwin said the hope is to have the facility open this fall. He said some of the amenities fans can look forward to are jumping spaces, basketball dunking courts, a climbing wall and even a big air bag to jump onto from the trampolines. He said he believes it’s going to be a true asset to the community, especially during weeks like this one, with lots of snow and no opportunity to play outside.

“People will come in to a clean, safe environment, that allows kids to get exercise,” he said. “But we still want an environment that’s fun for the adults.”

Source: Wausau Daily Herald

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