Lincoln

Delayed opening date set for £1.2m Lincoln trampoline park

Work has begun on Lincoln’s first £1.2 million giant trampoline park, with hopes that the site will be open by February half term after initial delays.

Jump Inc, which has currently has three other sites in Leeds, Sheffield and Rotherham, will open in the former DPD depot on Dixon Close off Tritton Road.

Managing director of Jump Inc Ltd Chris Hayes told Lincolnshire Business a completion target has been set for February 15/16.

Lincoln Jump Inc set to open in February 2018

The site will have over 130 interconnected trampolines in the 30,000 sq ft area, and will also include ‘a free running area, basketball slam dunk lane, ninja warrior course, jump tower, climbing wall and a half pipe’.

It is expected that the new park will create around 55 new jobs.

Once open, the site will feature two airbags and super trampolines as well as offer trampoline fitness and wall running classes.

There will also be a cafe, viewing gallery and six party rooms with its own dedicated parking.

Trampoline fitness classes will be run from the park.

Chris Hayes told Lincolnshire Business: “We have just started work on the site and hope to be open for February half term.

“We have quite a bit of work to get done before Christmas but February is our aim.

“The target is February 15/16.”

Jump Inc originally set a target to open the new attraction in late summer of 2017.